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November 24, 2010


You will gain weight just looking at this.

(Thanks to jon harris)


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Jeff Meyerson sent me that this morning. My blood has congealed to the consistency of oatmeal and my arteries have cemented in place. ><

Please note that it's gluten-free.

those blue rubber gloves...look....so.......familiar.............
*now where were they recently used???

(*insert sarcomma)

too much work.

Jeff Meyerson also sent it to me and now I want bacon. I want it now. On the positive side it's probably low carb.

I'm guessing the result isn't kosher


Not quite as alsome as the guy who cooked bacon by wrapping it around the barrel of a machine gun, but not bad.

As long as I don't have to make it.

I was fully expecting them to slaughter a human, gut him and wrap him around the pig.

Jeff also baconized me.

I'm greasy, yet crispy and delicious.

I'm also pooping bacon bits.

Jeff also baconized me.

I'm greasy, yet crispy and delicious.

Isn't draping bacon on a pig redundant?

No pogo.

punkin poo bacon bits actually sound kinda tasty

I was just about to have a PB & (cold) bacon sammie, right before I read this. Now, I think I'll have to pass...

And if you've never tried PB&B, it is a fantastic combination! They actually used to sell it here, years ago, on the Left Coast.

I believe I was their only customer.

PBoy, I'm a PB & pickle fan. On rye, of course.

Raw meat = a grown man's playdoh.

If you live, you get seconds.

that turkey's a Master BaconAter

...and you need to wear those blue gloves if you want to give it a rub

The real money is in the bathroom concession.

Thanks for the mentions, guys. I did baconize Dave too, but apparently too late for a mention - NTTAWWT.

I did have a pre-Thanksgiving turkey sandwich today but held the bacon. Maybe next time.

Annie: PB and potato chips (Ruffles, please!) can also work in a pinch, but if you really want the best snack I've ever had: Baked garlic cloves, with the best bleu cheese you can find, spread on a really good rye or pumpernickel.

(I had this last year at the Ahwahnee in Yosemite. I can't afford to stay there, but I can dream, can't I?)

Does it come with stents and a crash cart? Yummmm. Heart attack.

Sounds great PirateBoy. Right now I'm eating a piece of the fudge I made for the family tomorrow. I want to make sure it is okay for them to eat. I may need to get another piece just to be safe.

How can it be 32 degrees at 10 pm on Thanksgiving Eve in the High Desert Ca? For you on the metric system, the translation is "Too freakin' cold!"

Global warming, my (cold) foot!

And our freeze warning lasts until 9 am!!!

NurseCindy: It is test-fudge, thus calorie free :)

I'm debating a test bagel....

PB: I saw Freeze Warning open for Jethro Tull.

Just sayin'.

News that counts

Thanks, PBoy, I'm writing that one down. The Ahwahnee...as long as the thread count on the sheets is over 400, I'm there...and yes, it's freezing here too in the not-so-high desert-like-but-irrigated SoCal.

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