Posted by Joke at 6:35 AM
Badger posted at 8:05 AM, May 27, 2008
DH and the kids got me a new gas grill (not as porny as yours, but WAAAAYYYY better than what I had) for Mother's Day and I have been grilling EVERY DAMN THING.
And yet, DH does not understand why I want a charcoal grill ALSO.
Joke posted at 8:36 AM, May 27, 2008
Are you telling me that "Because I just do." isn't good enough?
Shirty posted at 12:29 PM, May 27, 2008
Don't be afraid of grilled pizza. I tried it a few weeks ago with marvelous success. Pics and recipe are here: http://getshirty.blogspot.com. Scroll down to the Mother's Day post.
Frogdancer posted at 4:17 PM, May 27, 2008
You didn't mention kangaroo.
Try it. Utterly yummy. Low fat and did I mention yum?
(And no, I'm not kidding.)
HEATHER posted at 5:10 PM, May 27, 2008
Have you ever started on that outdoor pizza oven?
I am dying to build one myself, but need to build new house first.
alice posted at 10:48 PM, May 27, 2008
What is chickens under a brick? Sounds flat!
crafty posted at 10:54 PM, May 27, 2008
I'm too jealous that you even have an outdoor dining area to leave a comment.
Suse posted at 2:14 AM, May 28, 2008
Oh the POOR little chickens.
Joke posted at 7:27 AM, May 28, 2008
Yes, very flat. You bone out the back -- save it for stock -- and then weigh the chicken down with a fireplace brick wrapped in foil.
Very quick, juicy and crisp-skinned.
alice posted at 9:47 PM, May 31, 2008
Do you use special seasonngs, or prep? I am quite intrigued!
Joke posted at 7:58 AM, June 01, 2008
The seasons can be whatever you heart desires, but the trick is to brine the chicken beforehand.
h&b posted at 7:10 PM, June 08, 2008
Memorial Day Weekend was simply *glorious* by the pool in sunny Arizona.
Now i'm back in winter garb.