- 1 tablespoon kosher salt
- 1 garlic clove, mashed
- 1 cup warm water
- About 2 pounds good-quality beef, such as center-cut tenderloin
- Tools: A large metal skewer, a large, sharp, slicing knife
Mix the salt, garlic, and water together in a small bowl until the salt is dissolved. Preheat a grill to medium hot.
Skewer the meat, then put the skewer on the preheated grill. Baste the meat throughout the slow-cooking process with the water mixture, turning the skewer regularly, until the meat reaches the desired degree of doneness. For a true Brazilian experience, regularly take the skewer off the grill, and place it vertically on a plate. Ask your guests to stick their fork into the part of the meat that looks good to them. Slice a thin piece of the meat from that section and serve. Return the skewer to the grill to continue cooking. Serve with a variety of cold salads.