Tuesday, June 10, 2008

dirty and peekaboo



As I say, Tink's photo challenge is dirty and peekaboo. My grill is dirty alright, filthy enough that you ask: you're gonna use that for FOOD? Well, yes, then you can see my little veggies playing peekaboo out of the top.

12 comments:

Janet said...

I have a little cast iron Lodge grill...but haven't used it yet! Not sure how much charcoal to use LOL!

gr said...

charcoal, baby, OLD SCHOOL grilling!

Karen said...

Mmmm, that ain't dirt, it's flavor!

moo said...

actually, I like how I can see the reflection in the top of the grill. Not what the word was, I know, but neat nonetheless.

kcinnova said...

Our grills always look like that, and my DH claims it makes the food taste better. (I'm never sure if he is telling me the truth or not.)
He's another charcoal & wood griller. I love the smell and the taste, but I'm all about reliabilty and convenience these days, so it's me and my (big puffy heart) propane grill most of the time.

kate&jim said...

I'm sorry, Gary...but I'll stick w/ my rust-free propane grill - thankyouverymuch! :)

gr said...

there is something about an ON AND OFF switch, I agree, but when the charcoal is warming up, you see, the beers are poured and the peanuts served...

kate&jim said...

and pieces of rusted metal in my throat! ;)

Not to say I've never had a burger on one of those - and I do love the charcoal smell, (except for the lighter fluid, unless you use wood chips) but rust... I'll take the beer and peanuts! lol!

(Jimbo said he doesn't care, as long as he can eat! :)

Reb said...

Love the shots Gary, but you do know that you can clean the grill once in awhile, right?

Chatty said...

Love the peek-a-boo with veggies ; )
Did you ever get the puppy bathed? I think I saw droplets of water on her...

Newt said...

Oooohhhh clever! Our gril is dirtier if it makes you feel better and we are grilling turkey and salmon burgers as I type.

gr said...

Penny got a little wet, that was the best I could do, and NO I didn't know you should ever clean a grill--I just let the layers build! Tasty!