Although Sega of America made you ditch your fangs and your human
girlfriend Madonna (no relation to the pop star), you still ran your way
into our hearts when Sonic the Hedgehog debuted on the Sega Genesis in 1991.
But 2D wasn’t meant to hold you forever, and so in 1998 you broke into the true 3D scene with Sonic Adventure on the Sega Dreamcast. It seemed so pretty at the time it didn’t even matter that Mario had made the switch two years earlier than you.
But the good times didn’t last, did they Sonic? You got a little confused there for a while. Sure, there was Sonic Adventure 2 in 2001, but then you lost your way. Shadow the Hedgehog got a spinoff where he shot a bunch of guns, and then you tried the whole “human girlfriend” thing again in Sonic ‘06. This didn’t work out so great, and Zolani Stewart
called it “absolutely the most disgusting thing I’ve ever seen in a
video game,” but you soldiered on. After that, you tried to be a knight and a werewolf. We get it. It seemed like a good move.
Nintendo has hit a huge milestone on the Tokyo Stock Exchange today as
share values continue to rise. As of this morning, Nintendo hit a market
capitalization of roughly $49 billion, compared to Sony’s market cap of roughly $48.5 billion.
Slice your meat into 1 inch cubes. Place in a large bowl and toss with Goron Spice and salt until coated.
In another bowl combine yogurt, lemon juice, garlic, brown sugar and olive oil. Pour over meat and toss to coat. Cover in plastic and marinate in the fridge for 2-8 hours. While the meat is marinating, soak wooden skewers in water.
Once meat has finished marinating, carefully slide onto skewers, allowing at least ¼ inch of space between pieces. Preheat your favorite grill or grill pan to high. Once hot, brush down with oil to prevent sticking.
Place skewers on grill and cook a few minutes, rotating them a few times to get nice and brown on all sides. Don’t be scared of char! Char is good. Char is flavor. Cook them until the juices run clear. Place them on a clean plate while you cook the rest.
To serve: skewers can be served as is with your favorite sauces, over rice or inside of a pita with chopped veggies and yogurt sauce as a Goron Gyro.