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your dinner is in the ground

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with some hot rocks and some coals.
3rd Apr 2008, 18:43   | tags:,,

beth says:

whatcha cookin?

3rd Apr 2008, 22:56

mat says:

big bit o'cow

was well tasty.

3rd Apr 2008, 23:13

Hotdog says:

Always wanted to try that style of cooking

3rd Apr 2008, 23:39

swamprose says:

did Lemmy notice anything interesting?

4th Apr 2008, 03:07

norm says:

is that in the regular fire pit?

there's an awful lot of molten aluminium and other crap down there y'know.

sweet idea though. jealous.

4th Apr 2008, 16:28

mat says:

it is, but not down where I'd dug to there wasn't. and the meat was wrapped in tinfoil anyway.

come to Amy/Helen's birthday party at the end of May, we'll be doing a bigger joint then.

4th Apr 2008, 16:44

afternoon says:

Fire in the hole!

Can't believe it took that long for someone to post that.

6th Apr 2008, 18:10

kel says:

My dad attempted this with lamb for his 50th. Didn't work. Quite funny seeing the looks on some people's faces when they asked what was for lunch -"see that pile of mud?"

We had to roll out the barbecue instead to finish the meat off in the end which was a shame but was tasty anyway if slightly less exotic.

9th Apr 2008, 14:58

molly says:

Hee hee - nI know it's a bit late, but swamprose, pretty much everything Lemmy notices is interesting, from decomposed mice to teeny tiny bits of twig. Sometimes, everything is so interesting, he literally doesn't know what to sniff at first.

9th May 2008, 20:10