Saturday, May 23, 2009

Throwin' Down the Gauntlet.

So we've got a grill at the shop finally. It's been here about a week and a half, and has so far been a complete paradigm shift from the dark days of Subway. The bike shop gourmet is in full swing. Last week's menu items included Fillet Mignon with asparagus, country style pork ribs with baby red potatoes, and a bunch of chicken breasts. Today we went for beef kabobs with grilled sweat corn. Total cost for 2 people was under $9.So here's the challenge, what's the best you bike shop guys can cook at work?

I cannot say enough about how easy this has been to do, how enjoyable it's been for staff and customers, and how cheap really good, simple food can be.

There it is. The glove has been thrown. Whatta ya got?

5 comments:

frankenbiker said...

I am coming to your shop for lunch!Yesterday I had a microwaved burrito and a luke warm Red Stripe.

Duncan said...

mmmm. sweat corn!

Duncan said...

oops...

mmmm. sweat corn! sounds salty!

Marty said...

So. Freakin. Awesome.

I need to find the room for a grill. Just got my fridge...er beer cooler thingy all set up. Finally.

Ben said...

Yup, the corn was good. Yum.

The idea here is not to start a contest, but to encourage better eating for bike shop employees. Get fitter faster, improve grilling skills, and take a step up from cold sandwiches.