10 Scrumptious Ways to Celebrate 'Something on a Stick Day'
From the moment the first caveman skewered a hunk of triceratops flesh and roasted it over his hibachi grill, man has had a love affair with food served on sticks.
Today, that love affair burns more passionately than ever. Almost every culture's cuisine offers some variety of punctured meat or perforated vegetation, from Azerbaijani kebabs to Japanese yakitori. In fact, the human race loves its stick-stuck foods so much, we created our own ridiculous holiday to celebrate all the delicious foodstuffs that we impale, char, and then serve on that same impaling implement.
With that in mind, we'd like to present the following ideas for puncturing food and grilling it over a flame, just like the cavemen did when they first invented propane.