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Old 01-22-2009, 04:41 PM   #21
 
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From Worshipbacon.com:

Main article on bacon.
"Bacon is the most holy cut of meat taken from the sides, belly, or back of a pig that has been cured and/or smoked, or has descended from the heavens. Meat from other animals, such as beef, lamb, chicken, goat or turkey, may also be cut, cured, or otherwise prepared to resemble Bacon but is considered blasphemous and imitation Bacon should be pitched into the street and trampled upon."

Article on broccoli.
"Broccoli, also known as the Anti-Bacon, is a plant in the cabbage family that is well known for its deadliness along with the famous myth that it is actually good for you. Don't be fooled. This plant is dangerous, and will try to lead you away from the path of Baconism."
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Vosges (a fancy shmancy chocolate shop) sells chocolate covered bacon. Or maybe it's chocolate with bacon just in it. I don't know. Either way, yikes.

I recently had a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich with bacon. It was on this lovely brioche. And they drizzled it with wildflower honey, for the love of dog. While I ate it, I forgot all other food.

In Puerto Vallarta, I noticed lots of little stands in the streets that were selling bacon-wrapped hot dogs.

Bacon freaking rules. I wish I had some right now.
mmmm..... those hot dogs are delish! They hit the SPOT after you've been drinking! mmmm....

And I've tasted chocolate covered bacon. surprisingly good. I was only willing to taste it after having tasted a chocolate covered potato chip which was yummy.

Did i mention I love bacon? I need to renew my love affair with bacon this weekend.
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:32 PM   #23
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I love bacon!!!
Oh, it's definitely better than chocolate!
Turkey bacon?!? Blasphemy!!
This is what I eat.



It tastes like Jenn-O turkey bacon.
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My favorite food group. Even better in chocolate.
I work in a chocolate shop and this bar is a big seller. Most people don't believe me when I tell them it's actually good!
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:37 PM   #25
 
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What about sausage? I love sausage, 'specially with some pancakes. Sausage and maple syrup is freaking heaven!

Breakfast meats are the best!
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I love bacon, also, but I prefer turkey bacon. I know, I know, most of you will disagree, but I love it. I also love beef jerky which satisfies me almost as much as bacon.
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Old 01-22-2009, 07:25 PM   #27
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When I die I wanna go to Bacon Heaven......where strips of bacon hang from the trees, free for the pickin', and the aroma of cooking bacon wafts through the breeze.

I used to haunt the breakfast buffets on the weekend and revel in the opportunity to eat as much as I want. Two strips of bacon on a breakfast plate is a joke.
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Rhapsodizing about bacon?! Oh my gosh, I love you all! I want to write a poem!!

Dear Bacon, let me count the ways...

Anywho, I thought Sarah42 summed my sentiments up exactly...until I read on.

Scrills is right about baking.

MichelleBFT means "better with bacon," right?

OBB, sell like hot cakes, eh? How about bacon flavored hot cakes? Heh, if Mickey D's can do McGriddles.

I draw the line at chocolate covered bacon.

No, I don't. I'd eat it...Who am I kidding? I dig Vosges, conceptually. But I tried some of their stuff and didn't really like it.

I had a grilled cheese sammich today and guess what it had in it? BACON. With mustard. Fantastic.

Pancetta rocks too.

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from the sound of it if i came up with a chocolate covered bacon combo it would sell like hot cakes.
You didn't click the link in my last post on this thread, did you?
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I love bacon!!!
Oh, it's definitely better than chocolate!
Turkey bacon?!? Blasphemy!!
This is what I eat.



It tastes like Jenn-O turkey bacon.

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And now I know what to give my brother for his birthday.
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Ohhhh, bacon, my love. Every Sunday, my boyfriend and I go out to breakfast, and we're very big diner people. We both almost always get bacon with our breakfasts, but the best part? I always ask them to cook mine a little soft so I can have the fattier parts, because what's even better than bacon? Slightly fattier bacon. Which grosses out my boyfriend (who always gets his crispy), and he can practically live off of bacon if you gave him half the chance. I've out-baconed the bacon king.

AND - I just looked up bacon on the Weight Watchers points tracking system, and three yummy slices are only four points! I thought it would be something outlandish, like 15 points - which it is, but only when you add cheeseburgers to it.


SO also asks for his to be cooked on the soft side. I like it like that as well but I don't really care how I get it cooked when I am out - I just want IT!
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I don't care if it's 10 times the cost, you gotta have some bacon every once in a while.
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Old 01-23-2009, 06:33 AM   #35
 
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We love bacon here at the misspam household. We buy it by the truckload.

Hubby digs a peanut butter & bacon sandwich on a toasted english muffin.
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I like mine crispy.

I like mine with sunnyside up eggs & toast or in a BLT. I also like it in a salad with feta cheese & shrimp or chicken livers or steak wrapped in it.

I'd be craving bacon right now, but I had some beef jerky last night, so I'm fine. (for now)
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I like mine crispy.

I like mine with sunnyside up eggs & toast or in a BLT. I also like it in a salad with feta cheese & shrimp or chicken livers or steak wrapped in it.

I'd be craving bacon right now, but I had some beef jerky last night, so I'm fine. (for now)
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Oscar Mayer turkey bacon is delicious. I don't pretend it's real bacon, I just accept it for what it is: crispy, salty deliciousness. I put it on a paper towel and microwave it. It's like eating a potato chip. So good.

I don't eat real bacon, except for when I crave it during pregnancy. It's tasty.
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mmm.... I saw a commercial for Golden Corral (?? i've never heard of that place ??) and they wrap steak, chicken and something else in bacon. I was drooling by the end of the commercial.

I've decided to have a bacon week next week. Its been a long time since I had bacon.

*thinking*

oops. I lie. I just remember I had it this last weekend when I went out to breakfast with my moms. it was good! I love bacon.

I'm having bacon week next week regardless!
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mmm.... I saw a commercial for Golden Corral (?? i've never heard of that place ??) and they wrap steak, chicken and something else in bacon. I was drooling by the end of the commercial.
Golden Corral is a family steak/buffet type place, like Ponderosa (sp?), if you've heard of that.
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