Friday, July 29, 2011

How to cook and grill food...

You get an unsuspecting /t. bone,

and then throw him on the grill!

You all know how /t. is always wanting to grill some lambs, so now the shoe is on the other foot! You can even look at this as his tanning bed!

31 comments:

puerileuwaite said...

I prefer American bacon because it's thinner.

/t. said...

aha haha ha ha ha ha ha

that looks like my lamb tanning bed

aha haha ha ha ha ha ha

aha haha ha ha ha ha ha

aha haha ha ha ha ha ha

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/t.

Little Lamb said...

Puggy, American bacon is so good!

/t., then we have similar tanning beds.

boneman said...

I can't stop laughing...
that is so funny
/t bone... Never even saw that on the menu board.

Sure beats chewing gum, eh?

d=^))

Little Lamb said...

Yep, for me it does!

The Phosgene Kid said...

Heard /t. tastes like chicken.

/t. said...

maybe more like turkey

Little Lamb said...

No, he's nice & juicy, like a steak.

/t. said...

and sweet, too

don't forget to tell 'em
how sweet i am, LL

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/t.

Little Lamb said...

It all depends on how you're cooked.

The Phosgene Kid said...

Scary vulture picture on my blog, just for you!!

Little Lamb said...

Scary vulture picture indeed!

boneman said...

well, now whenever I come over...I almost think I can smell BBQ sauce dripping on the hot coals.
AND...
Just in time for a tasty treat...
It doesn't take a giant grill, nor a blazing fire...
Just a small grill, about 3/4 wrapped (leave a good corner open for smoke and heat) in foil, maybe ten, fifteen coals, and a couple handfuls of cherry wood chips or even mesquite (at most places that have grills for sale)

Peppers. Big bells or Hungarians hot or mild, though the prep is different depending on taste...
If you like 'em hot and spicy! leave the peppers whole when you grill them
If you like them mild, Pop off the very top, dig out the seeds and most important, the vein of soft running the length of the pepper.

Don't bother seasonning them till after you're done roasting then on a medium heat...
You'll know when they're done because the skin starts splitting off.
Then a sprinkle of salt, cumin, (garlic powder, and or onion flakes) leave it sit while you toss some boca burgers on the grill, and chow down on a real treat.
(OK, instead of bocas, it could be cow, chicken, pig, lamb, /t-bone, a passing squirrel ("SQUIRREL!") or even slow moving turtles or frogs from the sky.)

uh...did anyone else see that movie? or do I sound like I've lost my mind when I say squirrel ("SQUIRREL!") ?

Little Lamb said...

I didn't see a squirrel movie.

boneman said...

he movie is

UP

and it is funny

really...

Little Lamb said...

Movie? What movie?

boneman said...

the squirrel movie?

Little Lamb said...

I saw the movie UP.

boneman said...

up where?

Little Lamb said...

That was he name of the movie, "Up."

boneman said...

What's up?

Little Lamb said...

The sky. :-)

/t. said...

hey LL,

what's up?

<3

Little Lamb said...

Look up and see for yourself. :-)

/t. said...

the sky!

AHAH AHAH HA HA AH AHA HA AH HAH AH AHA AH AHA HAHA AHA H AHAH AHA AHA AHAH HA AHA HAHA AHAH AHA AH AH AHA AAH AHA AH AHA AH AHAH AHA AH AHA HA HA AHA HA AH HA HA

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/t.

boneman said...

houses being carried aloft by a b'zillion balloons....
Dogs that speak with a human voice.
Except for the bad dog...his is a weird voice...

Little Lamb said...

That sounds like the movie "Up!"

boneman said...

yes it does, by gosh.
I think I should see that.

Little Lamb said...

It is a good movie.

dianne said...

Gosh I must have missed this post. Yes Lamby give /t. a good basting with marinade and throw him on the grill ... he will get a good tan and be tender and tasty as well. :)

xoxoxo ♡

Little Lamb said...

I love a nice juicy steak!