I think bacon is a sacramental. Just saying ;)
gonna make 'ya FAT!
I just heard bacon described a few weeks ago as "the food of joy." All these years I've been wondering why I like it so much. It makes me happy. :)
OK guys, are you ready for this -- my mom used to make me the best sandwich ever for lunch when I was a kid, and I STILL like them even though I make them for myself, and so does my older son -- peanut butter and bacon on toast.
I know I must be getting old, because I could almost swear that I read that Terry was eating and liking bacon and peanut butter on toast. I didn't read that, did I???
P.E.,We did that too, and added a slice of tomato. We call it a St. Paul sandwich. I don't know where the name came from, but that sandwich is great.Tim Landskroener
I beleieve there was a Senator from the Carolina's (Jesse Helms)that said in" He believed that the the eating of poultry skin was a God given Right!
A mater? Never thought of that! Will try it next time.
Had a BLT yesterday with sourdough bread from a German bakery, nice vine ripened tomatoes, homemade mayo with a hint of dill... OOOOOOh and the bacon... thick sliced, peppered, not too crispy and not to wimpy... but I only ate one....which is less than I wanted...
Bacon... Fried chicken...Is this the same person who says a little later that his natural bent is toward vegetarianism !?Perhaps because he decided to run a mile...or five...while the burgers were cooking???Or maybe he was smelling the lilacs....--helen
Helen,Sadly, lilacs all gone. The truth is that I despise dealing with raw meat; if I had to do so regularly, I'd be happy eating only vegetarian (which I did for years and years). I confess that I love the taste and smell of bacon - just absolutely detest making it. Never feel the same way about fixing a rice dish or loaf of bread!
I'm not quite to the point of eating bacon raw, but I'm pretty close. Everyone else seems to enjoy crispy bacon, but that's a waste. Close to off the animal is on the mark.
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