Bloggers Block

I’m slacking again.  I have absolutely nothing to write about today.  You would think after over a year of blogging I would get my shit together and have a blog ready every week.  Or that I might possibly just write one extra post so that I could stay ahead of the game but, NO.  My goal was to have a new blog post on Thursday, but as you can see that did not happen.  Yes, I suffer from the debilitating condition known as Bloggers Block.
Grilled Lamb Chops with Rosemary and other seasonings?
So I started scouring my photo library just looking for anything to spark my culinary composition.  I got tons of pics, incomplete cooks, blurry in process photos and series of photos missing the final dish plate.  My iPhoto library is an orphanage for unwanted food photos.  I also found some photos of cooks that I have no clue what I did.  I can remember episodes of Sesame Street from 40 years ago but I cannot remember a meal I grilled six months ago.  If had known I was going to need all those brain cells now, I might have though twice about all the high octane beverages I consumed in my younger years.
Lamb Chops on the Big Green Egg.
After an hour of perusing my photos I finally found these great pics of some lamb chops I cooked this summer.  Unfortunately I have no clue how I cooked them.  I don’t remember what seasonings I used or how long I cooked them, and the little nuances of cooking lamb, no recollection what-so-ever.  All I can tell you is I grilled them on the BGE, dropped some fresh rosemary on top and they were delicious.  At some point this year I will get ahead of my blog posts and grill these lamb chomps again so I remember the recipe.  Until then you can at least enjoy the pics.
Rich and Delicious Lamb
Bloggers Block is a real disease that I struggle with on a daily basis.  Currently there is no cure but I promise you I will continue to search for one.  If you would like to contribute to the search for a cure, just leave a comment below and suggest something you would like to see me cook this year.  You can suggest a cut of meat, a product or a cooking technique.  Whatever suggestions you have will be greatly appreciated and together we can defeat this crippling affliction.  Thank you for your support!

3 thoughts on “Bloggers Block

  1. Hey Kirk! Great looking lamb! And I just know it is great. I can taste the rosemary and a trace of garlic and olive oil maybe??
    I would love your take on my spatch chicken method?

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