Becoming a Carnivore in Spanish

Because I stopped eating meat around age six, I never really learned the vocabulary, in English or any other language. I learned enough to know which foods to avoid, but that was about it. Two Spanish words in particular I thought were interesting:Ojo de Bife = "Eye of beef." This has absolutely nothing to do with big gushy cow's eyeballs, as I originally thought. Nope. It's ribeye.Bife de Chorizo = Rump steak Porterhouse/loin steak. No chorizo sausage involved.Turns out both are really tasty, though perhaps in more moderation than a dining-out-daily-in-Argentina diet supports: enjoying steak is one thing; craving it for daily consumption is a level neither of us has quite reached.