Fire!

You've heard me say it before, but my best friend eric is one of my favorite people to hang out with. His wife and kids are family favorites to my wife and kids...we even allow each other to hang out during labor and delivery. They are the epitome of good friends.
So, last week, Mr. Thoughtful made dinner for some mutual friends (they are carnival folk..."carnies" as they are called in the trade). Typically, dinner at Eric's house is a pretty cool event, because Lisa (Eric's wife and Kendra's friend) likes to live by the motto: "You'll never starve at my house!" (I've taken her to task on a few occasions and she's right. You'll never starve!).  Although she recently had an incident with a defrosted freezer at their house, and after hearing the story, I've concluded that starvation is not a bad option.

Anyhow, Dana over at The Sunny Side of the Room (which BTW, is my favorite part of the room. Especially on Sundays. Because I like to nap like a circus bear on Sundays and I actually go through the effort to find the warm sunny side of the room). So, like I was saying, Dana posted some pictures of the dinner that Eric was involved in cooking (and gave me permission to use them).



This photo is a prime example of one of the reasons that Eric no longer has hair on his head or forearms

 



Notice, Firefighter Eric's solution to the inferno...he is using a red cup of water to douse the blaze from a distance (and the purpose of the fork in his left hand?)



Ah...yes! the purpose of the fork - is to stab any remaining life out of the steaks that survived the inferno!



Oui Oui! Welcome to Chef Eric's Cajun House of Beef - Tonight's specialty: "Steak Brulee"

 

All photos courtesy of Dana


Quietly making noise,
Fletch