The Trouble With Gnomes: Hickory Tinted Garlic Chops

The best blog ever on my list of culinary adventures! I certainly would be a frequent guest at your table; love every chunk of bbq’d meat showcased. And the recipe…easy to follow and execute. Many thanks for maintaining such a remarkable site.

Patrons of the Pit

I’ve never been to Ireland but my gnome has. And I guess the worst part of it is that I didn’t even know he was gone. He was IMG_6863one of those little dudes in your life that you tend to take for granted, I guess, until he comes back to you. You see he tarries in the garden, where any self-respecting gnome ought to, and no, he doesn’t have a name. I’m not much of a gnome fellow, and I do not see what my wife sees in him, but none-the-less, he stands stalwart among the bean plants, like a gate-keeper to the greens. She picked him up on one of her many errands to the garden center, and nary ever bothered in turn to tell me why. Either you get gnomes or you don’t, I guess. Kind of like Neil Diamond. But I suppose he’s cute enough, by and by. And…

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