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  1. #76
    the package of thick-cut, maple flavored bacon that i picked up last night after reading this thread has been finished off.

    i cooked one half of the package last night and the other this morning. what i found was that by starting off with the pan over lower heat was best, gently increasing the heat as the bacon cooked. imo, bacon shouldn't be too burnt up and so i am careful to create some crispy goodness while also leaving some fatty yummy stuff.

    amen to the bacon! next up, the tin of spam i also purchased last night...

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    Arrow It's the perfect food

    I had Bacon for breakfast and then left it out all day.

    Came home it's 8:30 PM, cold but still crispy bacon with beer. Mmmmm Good.

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    where is that in your avatar? A bud of mine figured it was Lizard Range @ Island Lake Lodge and I thought that could very well be.[/QUOTE]


    hmm, i don't know where it is, but i have the same pic saved on my comp ( i have tons, i like to have a screen saver tha makes me want to smash my computer in october) but the caption says its micah black and its called the sweet emotion couloir. im sure you could do a search for it on the net. using those two things as keywords.

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    also, i have to wiegh in on the whole crispy vs soggy debate. i think it all depends on what the bacon is going with, although i never like it too soft, just a little chewy, examples:
    baked potatoe=crispy
    sandwich=kinda crispy
    eggs, hash browns, vegis mix=softer
    by itself=softer
    the bacon wrapping of filet mingon=soft

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    there was a place in Taos that used to trade me breakfast buffet for tunes....I probably took 10-20 years off my life eating like 2 plates of bacon every day.

    livin' the dream....

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    Wow, I seriously want some bacon right now, but gah, too lazy to drive to the store!

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    Christmas is right around the corner. This would be a pretty bomb gift for bacon lovers:

    http://mgrsti5395q.seamlesstech.biz/...pages/bom.html

    Garlic-Stuffed & Juniper-Smoked are just a couple types.
    Aliases: B-Dub, B-Dubya, & B. White

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    It's Sunday and I am going to get me some bacon.

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    cooking chicken in a nice sweet but tangy lemon sauce.

    Some rashers of salty crispy bacon would be the perfect compliment I think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FollowMe
    Christmas is right around the corner. This would be a pretty bomb gift for bacon lovers:

    http://mgrsti5395q.seamlesstech.biz/...pages/bom.html
    Schweet!

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    Nothing burps better than bacon.
    I stay up all night, I go to sleep watching dragnet

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    "It's raining bacon!"

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    And also...



    Sick and ashamed and happy (and cross posted from the PFB thread),
    d.
    "Laughter and tears are both responses to frustration and exhaustion. I myself prefer to laugh, since there is less cleaning up to do afterward."
    - Kurt Vonnegut

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    3- cheers for BACON. Hip hip hooray, hip hip hooray, hip hip hooray.

    With bacon there is always a happy day!

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    Can the BLT get a little love?
    No.

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    I'm shocked and amazed that this thread has gone on for a full FOUR PAGES and no one has shown the love for scallops wrapped in bacon. A party just isn't a party without scallops wrapped in bacon.

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    I make very good bacon. I put it on a broiler tray and it gets all crispy and good. Don't worry though...it's still quite greasy.

    The boys were upset with me yesterday because I got up late again and consequently didn't serve up any bacon for breakfast (and have not done so in several weekends). I have to right this situation soon or they could be looking for a new wife and mom!

    Sprite

    Edit: That scallop picture is working me into a mild frenzy!
    "I call it reveling in natures finest element. Water in its pristine form. Straight from the heavens. We bathe in it, rejoicing in the fullest." --BZ

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    Crispy is the way! When you pick up a big slice and it doesn't sag at all...oh yeah, that's it.
    Fightin' to save the motherfucking day...

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    Bacon up that Turkey Boy

    Every Thanksgiving Day I get my sorry ass up at dawn, haul the turkey out of the fridge, fire up the oven and cover it with a few (maybe more than a few) strips of bacon. Then I slap that pan load of cross species goodness into the oven. (Can't sleep and baste at the same time any other way.)

    Then its back to bed for a couple more hours and come down to the best smelling kitchen around. I snack on the crispy turkey top bacon and replace it with some more.

    That's it time for lunch. Bacon burger anyone?
    Damn, we're in a tight spot!

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    I love bacon in all forms.

    But no love for the BLT people! The BLT done correctly is amazing. Warm bread, warm cheese, warm crisp bacon, cold L and T. Lots of mayo. I mean, can you think of a better simple plesure?
    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowsprite
    I have to right this situation soon or they could be looking for a new wife and mom!

    Sprite

    Edit: That scallop picture is working me into a mild frenzy!

    Mmmmm.
    Bacon worshipping frenzied MILF's so hot now.

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    Lightbulb Spinach

    The only way I'll eat a salad is if it's smothered in Bacon.

    Who's got the mean Spinach salad mix recipe?

    8 slices bacon, cut in 1-inch pieces
    1/4 cup cider vinegar
    1 oz sliced red onion
    1 tablespoon soy sauce
    1 tablespoon brown sugar

    cook it down so the onions carmilize...BAMM!

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    Bump...for 7 pieces of hangover helper. MMMMM, grease.
    Live To Ski!

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    Bump again, for 5 pieces of pre-game power. Mmmmmm...eggs cooked in bacon grease... Match at 11, stay tuned for results.
    Thrutchworthy Production Services

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