Have you ever been to a party that starts out really fun but gets destroyed by some camera-toting loony? You know the type I’m talking about, the person who keeps interrupting the fun to get people to smile for photos to add to his/her scrapbook or facebook page (or blog…) to prove how much fun the event was.
I felt like that person as I snapped pictures of this grilled flank steak. See, this steak is a party on a plate. It’s been grilled to rosy perfection, showered with sweet corn confetti, treated to decadent clumps of creamy blue cheese. There it was, my dinner, having the time of its life, and there I was, the party spoiler, considering rearranging the corn with a pair of tweezers (just kidding–I’m not that far gone) and turning everyone’s happy party smile into a get-me-outta-here grimace.
So I called it a day, dropped the camera, and joined the party. I wish I had a really stunning picture to illustrate how good this steak was, but often the tastiest food you see on blogs is the worst photographed because the cook/photographer just has to get in there and enjoy it. You’ll just have to take my word/rambling analogy for it.