Viking Fantasies

Yup. That’s exactly how it happened. How did he know?

5 Responses to “Viking Fantasies”

  1. NJ Sue says:

    I still miss the charcoal taste food would get from the old round Weber grills…although I’d never give up my gas grill.

  2. Well, you know Major Dad and the gods of charcoal will never part ways…completely. Just like this cartoon, we started with a $4 hibatchi purchased during ‘Dollar Days’ at the local chain drugstore, graduated to a $20 Smokey Joe and we’re now on our 3d big Weber. However, he has also been experiencing grill envy everytime Bobby Flay lights up that monster on the rooftop. Low and behold, a friend of ours has opened a new kitchen store in town and there, shining and seductive in all it’s propane glory, is an $1800 Viking Grill. Which has him drooling. My life is just like this cartoon. Ony Janis has better hair and is thinner.

  3. Mr. Bingley says:

    While I agree (as always) with NJ Sue on the flavorial benefits of charcoal the practical problems with ash disposal, especially in our many years of apartment living, have always put us in the gas camp. We started with the cute little table-top gas grill model that held 3 burgers (but was easy to hide from the fire marshall on the apartment balcony) and are now in heaven with the full sized grill hooked up to city gas. Woo-hoo!

  4. Suck up (as always). And flavorial? Is that a Bingsterialism?

  5. Mr. Bingley says:

    I ain’t no dummy.
    It’s my native tongue, and I do what I can to help it grow.

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