Friday, July 31, 2009

Friday My Town Shoot Out: Outside Food

Oh, this was perfect timing. My family was here this week and we went to the Tri-State Antique Engine & Threshers Show at Bird City, Kansas. The first few pictures show the kitchen on the show grounds and the line going in to pick up our food to eat "outdoors"














Grandson Riley



Brother-in-law



Son and grandaugher, Verity





Yum! Ribs from the grocery store.



Warming the ribs and grilling the veggies at home. Never mind that he's using my salad tongs.

12 comments:

Mildred said...

I'll say this subject was perfect timing for you! Oh, you have made me so hungry. Brings back memories from long ago. The grands look so sweet. I love Riley's tiny overalls! Hope you have a good weekend.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Cool Photos!! I will have some of the $2.00 pie..what a bargain! :)

Aunt Dinah said...

It's fun to see that Sloppy Joes and pie are still on the menu just as they were when I was a kid and used to go the the thresher's show with my dad. Looks like the prices of many of the menu items have been changed in the last year or two. Wonder if they've gone up or down. Prices don't usually go down, do they?

Nancy said...

It all looks yummy! I love fairs and special events: they get me an opportunity to splurge on "uncommon" foods.

Sarah Lulu said...

Isn't Riley so cute with the popcorn.

Loved the Candy Wagon too!

Great shots.

Traci said...

Looks like you guys had a good time! Wish I could've made it!

Carrie said...

I cannot believe the prices of the show food - super cheap! Cute pictures of the kids & cotton candy. I really like the little engineer!

Melissa said...

really cool photos

Melissa said...

cool photos

GingerV said...

very good (pun?) but mean good blog about food, your grandson Riley is the cutest.

Chele said...

Your grands are adorable.

Vonita said...

Great pics, Mary. Looks like you all had a great time. The weather wasn't so miserably hot, either, this year. That makes it even nicer.