Agree or disagree, we reckon pulling off the perfect BBQ offering is an essential life skill. We also reckon that there's no better way to learn how to do it than from the experts, which is why we've teamed up with purveyors of proper Argentinian nosh Gaucho.

With 16 sites across the UK, Gaucho is one of the country's leading Argentine beef restaurants. All of its beef comes directly from the 'homeland' and is sourced solely from the Pampas, a fertile lowland region in the Argentine province of Buenos Aires. Gaucho works directly with some of the most accomplished beef farmers in the Pampas, and every single cut of beef served in a Gaucho restaurant can be traced back to the farmer that reared the cow. 

What's more, all of Gaucho's beef is wet-aged, which gives it great flavour, and a light, moreish quality, meaning it's distinctively different from the denser-textured, dry-aged beef that is usually served in UK restaurants.

All that got your taste buds going? Us too. So what's the deal?

There are six places up for grabs for a three hour cooking class, taking place on 3 February 2018 between 12:30pm and 15:30pm. The prize will take you behind the scenes at Gaucho O2, where you'll learn to grill like a gaucho in a class that usually costs £150pp.

Through demonstrations and practical participation, the course will leave you with a solid understanding of the history of the Argentine beef, as well as the skills required in cleaning and preparing different cuts of meat, marinades and grilling. You'll also have enough to take home to host your very own asado.

Sounds good? We thought so. For your chance to win, simply answer the question below.

The question is: Where do Gaucho source their beef from?

Competition closes: 29th January 2018

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The cooking class will take place at Gaucho 02, Peninsula Square, London, SE10 0DX.