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We’ve visited to topic of ’Bacon: Is There Ever Too Much‘ before but now I believe we can safely agree that yes, there quite possibly could be a way to put one toe over the line.
Case in Point: The Bacon Explosion.
Yeah, so? It looks relatively harmless and delicious. Tell Me more.
Sure. No problem.
It’s simple really; you weave 2 pounds of bacon together. Layer in a pound of sausage and another pound of bacon in the center. Roll and grill.*
PS. If you feel a need to try this, then you may be one of the few that truly has earned this:
*Just a tip. – You might want to call the EMT before you light the grill. You’ll thank me later.
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Homer: I’ll have the smiley face breakfast special. Uhh, but could you add a bacon nose? Plus bacon hair, bacon mustache, five o’clock shadow made of bacon bits and a bacon body.
Waitress: How about I just shove a pig down your throat?
(Homer looks excited)
Waitress: I was kidding.
Homer: Fine, but the bacon man lives in a bacon house!
Waitress: No he doesn’t!
Who doesn’t love bacon, right? But people, I fear your love may have gone too far. Things are getting a little out of hand. Are anyone else’s arteries zipping shut at the mere thought of some of these things?
Today we celebrate everything bacontastic or baconny-riffic, if you will…
Brownie Points has a recipe for Bacon Vodka.
Make your own bacon bowls for your next dinner party’s salad. From Not Martha.
And don’t forget Vogue’s Chocolates has a milk chocolate bar with applewood smoked bacon pieces.
There are diet bacon flavorsprays, bacon toothpicks, bacon mints and bacon air fresheners. And recipes for cookies topped with bacon.
(I’m beginning to think the internet was invented for more than 2 reasons!)
And finally, a salt that makes everything taste like bacon. This one makes a little sense. “Why have fries, when you can bacon fries?” the website questions. Shake over a potato, eggs, steak, steamed broccoli, popcorn? And you’ll be happy to know, “Bacon Salt is a zero calorie, vegetarian, kosher certified seasoned salt.” So all the Orthodox Jews can safely enjoy the tantalizing flavor of pork. Wrath of God to be determined at a later date.
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