Being a non-meat-eater myself, I'll join Father Raphael over the grilled squid and vegetable bake. This will leave all the steaks for Father David, to which I don't think he will protest.
You give yourself away as a true vegetarian. BBQ is NOT steak. You grill steak. You don't BBQ it. Ugh! So much education left even for you.
You BBQ brisket, chicken, pork and yes vegetables. Now Olga and I will have to develop a nonmeat category to this whole thing. I am sure we can come up with a menu to saitisfy even the finickiest vegetarians.
If I have to fly my steer somewhere, so do you. I did a search on Google Earth and it looks like the closest middle ground for us is here. However, ifyou insist, I will start saving my money for the trip.
Kisangani, formerly Stanleyville or Stanleystad, (population 500,000) is a city in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Central Africa. It is the provincial capital of Tshopo Province. Kisangani is located where the Lualaba River becomes the Congo River north of the Boyoma Falls. Kisangani is known as "Kisangani Boyoma", and the demonym for Kisangani is Boyoman (or Boyomais in French). It is the farthest navigable point upstream from the capital city Kinshasa.
It is right on the Congo and as you can see very navigatible; so we should not have any trouble finding any kind of fresh nonbackbone supported creatures for two of our mods. And since the Congo is so "diverse" in its animal species, we should both be able to find suitable alternatives in case any of our Monachos guests want to experiment with something other than the traditional BBQ fair. Which I am not recommending. I've seen pictures of what the Congo can produce in the way of wildlife.
Now, I will concede that SA is bigger in land mass than Texas, however does SA have in a single day snow in one end and a heat wave on the other? It is a long standing saying here, "if you don't like the weather in Texas, just wait 10 minutes."
ok, I think I am stretching the limits of this dialogue. Back to the real world now.