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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by Salty, Nov 8, 2009.
How do you eat your bacon?
I voted the first choice because it's the only way (unless it's on a cheeseburger)...
..bacon will probably be a regulated food in the near future..
Does it matter? It is bacon. Just eat it! :tongue3:
I love bacon, but I don't eat it anymore, unless it's turkey bacon. In that case, I pick it up and eat it.
Amen and amen!
Ha! Who has time to cut up bacon before they eat it? My family, including the dog, eats it as soon as it comes out of the fryin' pan. I don't have time to put it on a plate!
Who wouldn't want a button like this?
Hahaha. That is the truth!
Need I say more?
Bacon is too expensive considering it's more fat than meat. I do love Canadian bacon though. I will be having that with my Christmas breakfast.
I think Trotter likes bacon
We don't keep pigs anymore because we had to draw the line somewhere, but we barter with a local Amish family for all our bacon/ham/pork.
The bacon this family makes is the most unbelievable thing I've ever tasted.
We boil a nice big joint of bacon. Then we add the potatoes and just a few minutes before it is done add cabbage.
Canadian bacon with my fried eggs, twice each week. I would like more, but that is all I am allowed!
Absolutely! I saw on food network the other day about doughnuts with caramel and bacon topping! mmmm
As Guy Fieri says, "I am a patron of pork, a booster of bacon and a hugger of ham."
I eat veggie bacon. Some brands are good, some terrible.
Veggie bacon? In my opinion, if it doesn't come from a pig it's not real bacon.
Well, they can't officially call it bacon for that very reason. I call it that.
It's actually called "morning breakfast strips" or something like that. Same goes for other brands of this product.
Did you know that Miracle Whip and other mayonnaise type products or spreads cannot use the word "mayonnaise" if they don't have eggs in them? This is true for eggless mayo products I know about - so they are called "spreads."
The late Johnny Hart was born in Elmira, NY and died in Nineveh.