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  1. Rose2001 Senior Member

    UK, English
    Hello,

    Could someone help me with this expression please?

    "Cocina en vivo con horno de leña y parrilla para carnes y pescados."


    Can you say 'live cooking' ? It sounds a little odd to me... - is it referring to your food being in front of cooked in front of you? Or 'cooked to order' ? My brain is too tired tonight!


    Thanks very much.
    PS The rest of the phrase is okay.
     
  2. María Madrid

    María Madrid Senior Member

    Madrid, Spain
    Spanish Spain
    Being cooked in front of you. Not sure how you say that in English, though. In fact the Spanish expression is commonly used but it doesn't really makes sense, you say música en vivo (live musics) as opposite to recorded music, but cocina en vivo sounds kind of silly. Saludos, :)
     
  3. LaReinita

    LaReinita Senior Member

    East Coast, USA
    USA (Northeast Coast)-Inglés
    Live and in color
     
  4. Rose2001 Senior Member

    UK, English
    Okey dokey, thanks very much. :)
     

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