Monday, March 8, 2010

Spring Fever?

Grill On Snow

Reason Behind Grill On Snow

Fire For Warmth... and Nourishment

Pork Loin Marinated In World's Best Marinade Cooked Over Fire

10 comments:

R. Sherman said...

Those are some good looking cuts of meat. My neighbor had his grill out yesterday, and I was tempted, but my wife wanted me to fry up some fish she'd thawed.

So, I wait until next weekend and hope the weather stays good.

Cheers.

Ed said...

R. Sherman - Fortunately, I had cook's choice.

Sage said...

my mouth is watering and lunch is two hours away...

geri said...

The first photo made me laugh. How long did you stay outside till the steak was done?

Murf said...

If I ever doubted your maleness before, I don't now. This just confirmed it.

Could this possibly be your world famous marinade that you had posted the recipe of long ago on this blog?

TC said...

Why weren't all your blog friends invited over for this?

Ed said...

Sage - If I can make someone drool with a picture, then my work is done.

Geri - I cooked thinner boneless loin chops so they only took around fifteen minutes to cook. On a hot sunny day in July, they would have taken less than half that time.

Murf - I'm 100% male baby! Yes I have posted that before but I couldn't find it with a cursory search so I will try to remember to post it again.

TC - I just have a standing invitation with all my blogger acquaintances, you included.

Murf said...

TC - Surprise visit might be the best. He tends to freak out if he knows you MIGHT be coming by...or maybe that's just with me. :-)

Ed said...

TC - Yeah Murf is right, surprise works best.

Beau said...

I need to find that recipe! Wow... looks great :)