Weird Creepy and Delicious Things To Grill On Memorial Day and During The Summer
Are you sick of just grilling hot dogs and hamburgers? Are you looking to stand out at your next party? Why don’t you try grilling something weird, something creepy, and something that will turn on delicious. Here’s a list of some pretty odd things to throw on the grill that may work for you:
Do people really grill that? You bet they do. Apparently it’s really delicious, but I may puke looking at it on the grill. You can order these already cleaned from your local supermarket when you talk to the fish manager….. but how in the world do you cook it or grill it?
Fire up the grill and place the whole octopus directly on it. Depending on the weight of the octopus and heat of the grill, your octpus will take anywhere from 10 to 25 minutes. Continue to baste the octopus with the marinade as it cooks. Use a sharp knife to check the resistance – when it gives you a slight push back, you’re ready to go.”
Still sounds disgusting.
Would you ever think of adding this to the grill? I have and it really is a treat. It’s very simple to grill, and easy to enjoy…
Before you put your watermelon on the grill, sprinkle some salt on it. Cook the watermelon for a minute to two on each side, letting it soak in the meaty flavors already on the grill. As the watermelon cooks, it will start to blacken a little.”
Don’t let it get too burnt or you’ll ruin the whole thing.
Have a mountain lion in your backyard? Instead of calling animal control… why don’t you just grill it? According to MadeMan, mountain lion is not only edible the meat was really good.
“I marinated some of the leg meat in Worcestershire sauce and red wine with garlic salt, then pounded it thin and grilled it over mesquite wood, serving the finished cougar as fajitas in a warm flour tortilla with salsa and fresh guacamole. It was surprisingly very tasty!”
Hmmmmm tasty. I have no idea where you could buy this meat to grill it…. happy hunting.
What do you think this dish is made up with? You guessed it… fried Guinea Pig. I’d suggest you stay away from this one. Apparently it’s a popular dish in Peru.
Often the indigenous women of the Peruvian Andes will raise the guinea pigs in their huts where they run around loose on the floors of the dwellings. Prior to consumption they can reach a surprisingly large size. Besides the use of guinea pigs as separate meals, they are often cooked in a Pachamanca with other meats and vegetables.”
Still…. It’s Guinea Pig.