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4000Earthquakes On April 25, 2009

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Joshua Tree, California
#1New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 21:11:25
Man, i cannot believe people are stuck in the house -- never cooking food outside. I cook or grill out -- outside, all by myself, all the time, and i feed myself heaven.

A lot of times other people join me, because the scent of a grill is irresistable. today everyone was at work.

In the USA, well, it's a different society, but I see those "Travel channel" "Anthony... (whatever his name is...) and he gets to see how people live elsewhere. Can you imagine walking down the street to all those scents?

In the USA, we have to wait for a carnival or street fair to indulge in that. I want to move to another country, where people cook outside all the time.

What do you think?
loveis On January 15, 2010
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#2New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 21:14:30
My neightbor out back of my house directly across from me, grills outdoors all year round.
And you are so right! The smell is heaven, has me like this all the time.>>>>
nakedchinchilla On October 27, 2008




kernersville, North Carolina
#3New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 21:14:36
agreed, i would love a culture to where we can walk down the street and just smell and see and just take everything in! its amazing, i think its cool to go to NYC and just see people outside selling stuff on the street.
4000Earthquakes On April 25, 2009

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Joshua Tree, California
#4New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 21:26:07
It just aggravates me. In the USA -- you have to have a "Permit" (pay the government first) to cook and sell outside, but in other cultures -- they are free to sell food all day to each other. (Yet we call this a "free" country?)

I know there's a bunch of paranoid people out there -- who have to have everything perfect "boiled to the right temp", "refrigerated at the right temp", all the counters have to be absolutely "germ free" -- but you know what? That's a joke.

They lived for millions (or thousands) of years without the US Government dictating what they could do and not do without food... and yet in the USA today -- you CANNOT buy or sell cooked food without going thru the government first.


Give me that wonderful scent of outdoor cooking and no government regulation between the food and my belly. I want to eat, and if i die, i die. But at least it was good.
chaski On about 5 hours ago
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Tree at Floydgirrl's Window,
#5New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 21:40:24
ahhhh the scent of meat on the grill


You are so right. We (family) were in Bolivia this summer. One day driving down the road we passed this guy who had this crazy big grill with like 20+ whole chickens or more roasting.

We weren't even thinking about food until we saw this guy. My wife and sister-in-law are like, "STOP THE CAR!!!" We were barely out of the car and our mouths were watering and our stomachs were chanting "BBQ, BBQ, BBQ!"
BeTTyBeLL On November 28, 2010
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Kosciusko, Mississippi
#6New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 21:47:03
Fish and chips off the street vendors in Amsterdam and the mayo OMG so good, I finally know why so many people it on thier fries there..
ChiTownTransplant On October 10, 2008




Tolleson,
#7New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 22:43:29
I bet the fish and chips weren't the only good things in Amsterdam, huh? But hey, you are absolutely right. Just try crossing the pond every now and again and you will always find all sorts of street fare whether it's grilled or otherwise. From Belgium to Brussels you can find something cooking on the streets whether it is a festival setting or just any ordinary day. 8) I have been to Tennessee, as well, and there are no shortage of great things off the grill there.
nakedchinchilla On October 27, 2008




kernersville, North Carolina
#8New Post! Oct 09, 2008 @ 22:51:40
we have to ask permission to do ANYTHING! we have a friend from hawaii here and OMG he makes this thing called kahlua pig, and puts it with rice...double

then his ribs
USA On February 02, 2015




Chicago, Illinois
#9New Post! Oct 10, 2008 @ 18:21:41
We grill outside all the time, in our neck of da woods...
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