Features include: meat, plate, utensils.
Photo courtesy of AJ Sinker.
Menu found in Shanghai, China.
One of carbon’s characteristics, we’re told, is that it leaves footprints.
Coincidentally, this dish is no. 6 on the menu.
At least when one burns something, one ccan put a hot sauce on it, serve it with Okra, and claim it’s Cajun cuisine.
If you cant beat ’em, baffle ’em wih bull$h1t.
♫Sometimes its carbon,
Sometimes it’s diamonds♪
Diamonds are a grill’s best friend.
♫Time rolls on and youth is gone and you can’t straighten up when you bend
But bent back or bent knees you stand straight at.. Tiffany’s…
diamonds… diamonds… I don’t mean rhinestones.. but diamonds… are a girls best… best friend”♪
So then: Carbon dating = Having a black girlfriend or your half-life.
I can see the carbon footprint.
Goes nicely with some coal wine.
Those are some funny characteristics.
One of the slices of meat is the original, the rest are carbon copies.
@Seventy2rd o clock | 7:15 am: Also one of the things that goes better with coke.
I thought everything went better with Coke.
OH! You mean that soft-drink thingy.
“You got a lot of carbon scoring on your BBQ. You guys seen a lot of dining out?”
I hear the stalk which brings the babies, is only about 6 inches long.
One would wonder, how it could fly with that load.
Oh, pooh! They charred the meat again. Every time.
But is it neutral
Looks like Pork to me
“Some days are diamonds, some days are ordinary carbon.” – Neil Carbon
Squeeze the carbon and you may get a diamond. Squeeze the meat and you may get a happy ending!
Barbecue is served on the Periodic Table.
And I thought “carbon dating” was the same as “Netflix and chill”.
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