Thursday, June 25, 2009

How about a little roast meat?

This fellow on a floating club restaurant on the Sava river was happily roasting a lamb, most probably for an afternoon dinner/celebration with his friends. Nice size lamb.

The fellow in the photo below works for one of the larger floating restaurants nearby. That is one big young cow he is roasting. And yes, the white pieces in the two tubs are peeled garlic to be used for salads, soups, and meat!




12 comments:

Jacob said...

My vegetarian wife would not like these photos so I shall not tell her about them...

She would say anyone eating a little lamb needs "medica" for the head...Well, something like that.

Very interesting, though!

Frank said...

Great photos. And that IS a ton of garlic. I really enjoy your words and photos. Beatuful scenes and such interesting people and lifes.

bfarr said...

Makes me hungry and I just had dinner. I am a carnivore : )

Alexa said...

Personally, I'd take 50 or 60 of those garlic cloves and stuff them down into the meat of the lamb for a good French gigot d'agneau! Prefer, however, that my meat be cut into pieces that aren't quite so "recognizable."
Hypocritical perhaps.

B Squared said...

I think I just found Heaven.

Mariya said...

:-) Hello ! I like very much your photos :-). Thanks also for the link of Katya's blog.

Maria from Bulgaria
http://mariaetvincent.blogs-de-voyage.fr

Thérèse said...

It reminds me of Montenegro where we can see those kind of roasting apparatus in the middle of nowhere. What a smell!

Cristóbal said...

Probably it's the wrong time to look at these photos (it's 11:41, I'm at the library, and I don't have much money to buy a snack). It looks delicious, and garlic... it is probably one of my guilty pleasures in life.

Tash said...

I've never seen a calf on a spit. Amazing and well photographed.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Both of them look delicious to me. And that is a lot of garlic on the table.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Both of them look delicious to me. And that is a lot of garlic on the table.

Marie Reed said...

Jeepers! What a slab of meat! Pass the BBQ sauce! Yum:)