|The pig arrived via van from the Meet & Meat market & was promptly rubbed in marinade|
Sawing his head in half was over the Grossness Scale but was necessary in order to get Ms. Pig to lay flat on our grill.
Marinated well, with the Pig Committee likewise somewhat pickled from the beer and the heat, Ms. Pig was laid to rest in a giant cooler to spend the night in her oil & spices.
We locked her in the marina's Family Bathroom for the night.
Don't know where the Pig Committee passed out.....
|Hauled every block down to the beach & built the fire pit|
The guys got the charcoal fire burning well and man handled Ms. Pig onto a homemade metal grill - Thanks to our local contractor, CocoNut, here at the Marina, who built it for us out of scraps and got the blocks for us at a cheap price.
Too many cooks can ruin this pig. Mr. John stuck to his internet instructions and refused all 'advice'. He was right on - the Pig was Perfect!
|Flipping the Pig to cook the other side! No dropping in the sand!|
The green shirts are the Pig Committee members. Andy was the 'enforcer', making certain all had paid before eating and that no one cut in the line! Easy job, actually! Cost per person was $25EC which is about $8 US per person....not bad for an entire day of fun and games and great food!
The Game Committee had tables for the kids, horseshoes, all kinds of things.
Welcome to Grenada where the storms blow in quickly! It rained off/on all afternoon, but no one cared.
|A food table heaped with food prepared by boaters - BYOB & A dish to Share|
|Teaser rainbow. Nope, kept raining on us.|
|Singing Happy Birthday to Andy at the Pig Roast|
|Bonfire on the Beach - A perfect ending to a great day!|