Sunday, June 28, 2009

Dim Sum Sunday - Summer Blockbuster

This week's Dim Sum Sunday is, Summer Blockbuster, let Hollywood be your culinary muse. So we take you back to 1984 with the film Ghostbusters.



I ain't afraid of no roast






In honor of this great movie, we present to you, "I ain't afraid of no roast"



No, I did not come up with the catchy title, it's from TBS "Dinner and a Movie".




Yes mom, it is real meat.


(from a cow!)



Head over to the Karmic Kitchen for some more Dim Sum Sunday fun.

12 comments:

Big Shamu said...

Ahhahahahahhahahahah. That is so excellent. And remember the meat was your choice. Sure does look yummy and finally a No Churn Sunday for the Hubs.
Happy Dim Sum Sunday.

Erin said...

Catchy, lol, and yummy! I didn't know they even still did Dinner & a Movie - I haven't watched since the 90's...LOVED when Paul & Annabelle hosted!

Sandcastle Momma said...

That looks really tasty and I LOVE the title!
Roast is one of my favorite comfort foods. If there's a roast in the oven then all must be right in the world.

lisaschaos said...

It looks yummy! Can you believe my step-son (22 yr) wants to be a ghostbuster! :)

LaDivaCucina said...

You are brave to make a roast in this heat, it makes my air con work harder to have the oven on for a few hours but it looks oh so good!!! (We snorkeled instead of cooked today!) I'd love a nice roast beast sammy today!

Buzz Kill said...

Very classic looking roast. You should have had a side order of slime!

Happy MM!

Big Shamu said...

Buzz is right, creamed spinach could certainly pass as slime.

Dani said...

Shamu, I could tell he was really missing it! ;)

Erin, thank goodness we came across their website! They were chalk full of recipes for the movies.

ScMomma, I know what to cook now if you ever come and visit. :)

Lisa, now THAT would be a cool job!

Diva, sounds like you had a good Sunday at the beach.

Buzz and Sham, I wish I would have thought of something like that!

4thborn said...

You really shouldn't let the family know that you can cook a roast. Is it too hot in August to cook a roast? ;-)

Anonymous said...

Smart Aleck Kid!
Mom

Big Shamu said...

Holy Carp - I have that DISH!!!

Great minds, that's all I'm saying.

Dani said...

4th, It could be 110 and I'd still cook you a roast. Love yah baby.

Shamu, hhmm.... we must have been sisters in another life. :)