Undertoad Thursday Feb 22 12:11 PM
February 22, 2007: World record kebab meat skewer
Shawnee123 Thursday Feb 22 12:15 PM
lumberjim Thursday Feb 22 12:16 PM
kebob? where? looks like a meat vase.
Shawnee123 Thursday Feb 22 12:19 PM
It's rather...um, phallic, isn't it?
Undertoad Thursday Feb 22 12:22 PM
You just think that of any cylindrical meat. It's actually bomb-shaped.
glatt Thursday Feb 22 12:23 PM
Shawnee123 Thursday Feb 22 12:24 PM
Sheldonrs Thursday Feb 22 12:46 PM
Looks like the Shit Demon from "Dogma".
monster Thursday Feb 22 12:54 PM
It's a doner kebab like they have back home, not the kebob thingies on skewers they have here. The nearest thing in the US is Gyros. The meet is shaved off the big kebab, then in the UK we put it in a pita with some salad (lettuce/cabbage, tomato, onion) and lemon juice and/or chili sauce.
Sheldonrs Thursday Feb 22 01:28 PM
Spexxvet Thursday Feb 22 02:09 PM
monster Thursday Feb 22 02:13 PM
Donor kebab -where all the unusable organs go once the good stuff has been "harvested"
Cloud Thursday Feb 22 02:15 PM
Spexxvet Thursday Feb 22 02:20 PM
Shawnee123 Thursday Feb 22 02:24 PM
It's a...it's a....COOKBOOK!
chrisinhouston Thursday Feb 22 04:55 PM
"Y con ustedes...¡El trompo más grande del mundo! translates at Alta Vista's Babel Fish as "And with you... I spin a top greater of the world!"
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Feb 22 11:11 PM
How and where did they cook it though?
SPUCK Friday Feb 23 06:12 AM
I think in this case they just stuck a cork in a cow's butt and it self inflated.
Kingswood Friday Feb 23 09:00 PM
I wonder how long it took to assemble all the tasty pork cuts into that tower of kebably goodness, and what did they do to stop it spoiling? I'm guessing the meat was cooked before assembly. I wouldn't want to be cooking 4 tons of raw meat.
Sundae Tuesday Feb 27 07:59 AM
Editing because I just read the full article - I assumed this was a kebab like we have in this country and would therefore be made of lamb. It's pork. How peculiar!