saw this one yesterday
I wonder what other pages were ... umm... edited.
In a blunder that might top the Baby Shaker app on Apple's App Store, retailing giant Sears.com has been caught offering a Bar-B-Que grill specially designed to roast infants and other human morsels. The ad, which was spotted earlier by celebrity news site TMZ, showed a Kenmore natural-gas grill with five burners. A caption …
"Some people need to know before barbecue season ends!"
BBQ season ENDS? What planet do you live on? Oh, wait, you'e probably a Brit. Yes, it's hard to get coals to light 9 months out of the year in England ... but that's not BBQ, that's just grilling. BBQ has an enclosed firebox, and can be lit in pretty much any weather condition.
Before anyone says it, yes there is a BIG difference between BBQing and grilling. Both are tasty, when done right.
Rather than accept that they had a problem with the website, fix it and issue a public statement that it has been fixed what do they do. State that they have been hacked and threaten reddit.com to take down the post showing the method.
And what could have been a quiet episode that almost nobody knew about is making news and threatening to show up on CNN. Way to completely mishandle it sears!
/Paris because she could teach sears about service
...however, I couldn't eat a whole one at the moment. Too full after finishing off the chihuahua spit-roast. (see link)
WARNING! Not for the squeamish. Or sober. Or dog-lovers. (Happy ending, however...)
This think you describe of as "BBQ'ing" with an enclosed fire box is some ridiculous easy-convenience version of making food out doors. I'm guessing your BBQ has to be left at home when you go travelling as it's gas supply is rather too heavy to take on holiday?
Men cook on Open fires - and improvise. Enclosed boxes are for the ladies.
Actually, these big boxes with all the gadgets are definitely aimed at the male market. Women would either cook inside on stove, where everything is to hand and things are easier to clean, or go out.
I don't use them because I think gas-flavoured food is kind of the same inside or out. Open flame, and that has to be olive wood, mesquite, hickory, or good ole spittin' pine.
Grilling is high, direct heat. As in over petrolium soaked "charcol" (why would anyone want their food tasting of petrolium? Thanks, Mr. Ford.). Or better, over coals started in a chimney using paper. Or better, over coals that started life as well-seasoned hardwood logs (PINE? Hollerith, have you no sense of taste at all?). In a pinch, a propane powered out-door grill will work, or the gas grill attached to your indoor stove. The 22,000 BTU salamander in my kitchen does a good job when I want this kind of heat. Overfired grilling is often called "broiling" here in the States, differentiating it from the underfired grilling. Contrary to popular belief, gas powered grilling DOES allow the caramalization provided by the Maillard reaction.
--BQ is indirect heat, sometimes called "low & slow". Heat and smoke is generated in a separate fire-box, then passed thru' the food box. These can range from stove-top smokers to the size of a large shipping container, easily capable of cooking several sides of beef. Temperatures usually range around 250-275 degrees F. Cuts of meat with a lot of connective tissue benefit from this kind of cooking. I currently have a whole pig shoulder cooking. I put it into the BBQ about 12 hours ago; it'll come out in a couple hours. You can get a similar effect with a gas grill by heating up the grill, turning off all the burners but one (use an oven thermometer to find the right setting!), and putting the meat as far from the lit burner as possible. For smoke, add soaked hardwood chunks to the lit side, or soaked chips wrapped in perforated foil. I use a combination of White Oak and green Manzanita, YMMV.
Not only was this URL-supplied data cached for subsequent visitors but the next day after the breadcrumb fiasco was shown, I found an injection hole in Sears' Craftsman.com website. I was able to place images (and with the img tag, scripts) into the breadcrumb which could have been used to hijack user accounts. (Not that I know anyone with a Craftsman.com account but I suspect they exist.)
Typical unsanitized user data being shown on screen but with the idiocy magnified a thousandfold due to the caching of that data for the next user.
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