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Ever stood in a queue at 3:30 am on a Sunday morning, pissed as a maggot, forever waiting for that drunks all time favourite combination of rancid meat, non descript sauce and stale pita bread?
Ever thought to yourself, hey I could be making one of these in the comfort of my own home?
we can have our own home expresso machines, why not a kebab meat rotisserie. Perfect for most forms of domestic roadkill or just what ever the local butcher has in the discount bin.
I reckon it could be in stores by this Christmas!
Could be in stores since last Christmas too
Model 4000 [Klaatu, Oct 04 2004]
Want something 'baked'?
The larger Model 5000 [Klaatu, Oct 04 2004]
(?) Take your pick here
[warning] dancing pop-ups [Klaatu, Oct 04 2004]
[Amos Kito, Oct 04 2004]
||I've actually seen that somewhere.
||Oh. I was expecting a toy in the shape of a kebab that you could put eyes, nose, ears, etc. on.
||Domo arigato, Mr. Kebabo.
||Is this a slab of meat for gyro sandwiches, like you find in a Greek restaurant? If so, see "Home Donner" [link], another idea so vague it may be identical to this one.
||Dunno where you end up at 3am Pete, but Uncle Joe's Kebab Van round the corner from us uses fresh tender meat, excellent sauces and crisp salad bits, and is yummy.