Memorial Day weekend is off and running, and among other things that means grills everywhere will be fired up for cookouts. What’s on the menu? They’re from the Washington Post and they’re here to help you:
The most unexpected (and welcome) guest at your next cookout: Carrot dogs https://t.co/PQryRev9gs
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 25, 2018
Who’s up for that? Anyone…? Anyone…?
Anyone that shows up to a party with that crap isn't allowed back.
— B(an all nazis)eaver (@goronhead) May 25, 2018
What the **** is wrong with our press? Carrot dogs? What kinda plinko-commie outfit is Bezos running? https://t.co/DpXCACYyYg
— NoOneOfConsequence (@StarDogCh4mpion) May 25, 2018
Attempting to ruin holiday dinners is a time-honored tradition among select segments of the media.
— Standard Buttload (@MetricButtload) May 25, 2018
You don't make friends with salad https://t.co/Sul2Lv7mTe
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) May 25, 2018
— Alice Visocchi (@AliceinDCland) May 25, 2018
Stop trying to ruin everything. https://t.co/SmKvmaCma8
— Torrey M. Spears? (@torreymspears) May 25, 2018
I hope the weather holds up so I can smoke some celery ribs and a cauliflower brisket this weekend.
— Speedy Rutten (@svpadgham) May 25, 2018
Brings to mind the "Malcolm in the Middle" episode where the beta guys were grilling chunks of tofu shaped like steaks and burgers until Malcolm's dad shows up with a cooler full of real meat and drives them nuts. https://t.co/31q1jsboIk
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) May 25, 2018
Can you imagine biting into this thinking it’s a hotdog and it’s just like crunch ? pic.twitter.com/QFMf67fMmV
— Linda T. (@homeicreate) May 25, 2018
Democracy Dies In Darknesshttps://t.co/PuAO9gvUCe
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) May 25, 2018
As does your dinner of you follow that advice.