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by Brad Prose

The Lomo Al Trapo is a show-stopping Colombian dish. A wine-soaked cloth covers this salt-crusted beef tenderloin, charred in the flames.

Lomo Al Trapo: Colombian Salt-Crusted Beef

Crack open the shell of the lomo al trapo and have fun.

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