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2010-11-05 10:34:32 AM
www.grokdotcom.com
/oblig
 
2010-11-05 10:35:36 AM
Sounds like heaven to me... now I just need bacon ice cream to go with it!
 
2010-11-05 10:36:00 AM
I love bacon.
 
2010-11-05 10:36:33 AM
bacontoday.com
 
2010-11-05 10:37:36 AM
Just to be clear... 95% of Jews eat bacon. I love the stuff. It is only the Taliban 5% that keep kosher, Shabbat, etc.
 
2010-11-05 10:37:41 AM
GiveMeFiveDollars: I love bacon.

Dip it in fudge. When it hardens, deep fry that. Then smother that un butter, and wrap it in chicken skin.

Am I missing anything? Encase it in marzipan?
 
2010-11-05 10:38:40 AM
moops: GiveMeFiveDollars: I love bacon.

Dip it in fudge. When it hardens, deep fry that. Then smother that un butter, and wrap it in chicken skin.

Am I missing anything? Encase it in marzipan?


poutine?
/it's canadian thing, so I dont know for sure
 
2010-11-05 10:39:23 AM
Old news is old...


www.fistofblog.com
 
2010-11-05 10:39:43 AM
KAVORKA: Just to be clear... 95% of Jews eat bacon. I love the stuff. It is only the Taliban 5% that keep kosher, Shabbat, etc.

Shomer shabbos!
 
2010-11-05 10:39:45 AM
I do love bacon. But no.
 
2010-11-05 10:39:55 AM
So there isn't any bacon in it. That's the problem.
 
2010-11-05 10:40:10 AM
TFA says there's no actual bacon in the product so Yahweh ain't gonna smite the yamulke guy.
 
2010-11-05 10:40:18 AM
Dammit Grobbley


*shakes tiny fist*
 
2010-11-05 10:40:23 AM
moops said: Am I missing anything?

Yes, poutine...
 
2010-11-05 10:40:48 AM
newsblaze.com


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www.randomfunnypicture.com
 
2010-11-05 10:41:13 AM
imagecrafting: moops said: Am I missing anything?

Yes, poutine...


2min too late there sir
 
2010-11-05 10:48:52 AM
bacontoday.com

I'm sure this would pass muster.

/hottish
 
2010-11-05 10:50:28 AM
It also found little favor when poured into the swine trough.
 
2010-11-05 10:50:33 AM
imagecrafting: moops said: Am I missing anything?

Yes, poutine...


fudge-covered bacon, deep fried, smothered in butter, wrapped in chicken skin, and smothered in gravy and cheese curds.

Then take two of those, put some more bacon and cheese between them, ala the KFC Double Down.

Anything more I can add?
 
2010-11-05 10:51:35 AM
Bacon-flavored soda derided by man wearing yarmulkekippa

/B'Seder
 
2010-11-05 10:51:42 AM
I recall a very long time ago while attending culinary school, 2nd semester was institution cooking (basically running the cafeteria) a Muslim woman came up to the cash register and asked what these bits were in the mashed potatoes. The woman replied, bacon. This poor girl just started throwing up, crying, and saying god is going to kill her.
 
2010-11-05 10:52:46 AM
FTA:

'It tastes like beef jerky ... if mixed with vodkavodak, it might be good,' was this Brooklynite's review of bacon-flavored soda.

Drink enough of it and you can mix it with anything. Now, keeping it down afterward.. different story.
 
2010-11-05 10:53:45 AM
As veggie, I'm no expert, but I think a Bacon & Maple Syrup flavour may be more pleasing - you get the bacon flavour with the comfort of sweetness your mouth is expecting when drinking pop.
 
2010-11-05 10:54:16 AM
LeroyBourne: I recall a very long time ago while attending culinary school, 2nd semester was institution cooking (basically running the cafeteria) a Muslim woman came up to the cash register and asked what these bits were in the mashed potatoes. The woman replied, bacon. This poor girl just started throwing up, crying, and saying god is going to kill her.

if god didn't want us eating pig, he wouldn't have made it so damn tasty. while other meats are damn tasty, what DOESN'T bacon beat or improve when added to other dishes? it's the bees knees in culinary arts.
 
2010-11-05 10:54:27 AM
Grab yourself a can of pork soda
You'll be feeling just fine
Ain't nothin' quite like sittin' 'round the house
Swillin' down them Cans of swine
 
2010-11-05 10:55:45 AM
It has to be bad if people who habitually drink celery soda (ever tried it? disgusting) don't like it.
 
2010-11-05 10:57:41 AM
LeroyBourne: I recall a very long time ago while attending culinary school, 2nd semester was institution cooking (basically running the cafeteria) a Muslim woman came up to the cash register and asked what these bits were in the mashed potatoes. The woman replied, bacon. This poor girl just started throwing up, crying, and saying god is going to kill her.

I made chicken and dumpling for dinner one night. My kosher nephew and his girlfriend, who rented the apartment downstairs, were hungry so I gave them some. Milk in the dumplings. Ooops. They had to go to rabbi to get the whole thing straight with god.
 
2010-11-05 11:00:08 AM
clambam: It has to be bad if people who habitually drink celery soda (ever tried it? disgusting) don't like it.

I've always been tempted by Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray but have not yet succumbed. That bad, huh?
 
2010-11-05 11:03:17 AM
It doesn't have to be this way...
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See?
 
2010-11-05 11:11:30 AM
Bacos are also Kosher. My former Rabbi (T"ZL) loved the on everything. He was old school black hat/coat too!
 
2010-11-05 11:15:34 AM
This sounds really gross. BLECH!

On a side note, I used to love pepperoni and bacon (never liked other pork products). My husband doesn't eat pork, but never had a problem with me eating it. I went on a diet and switched to turkey bacon/pepperoni instead. At first I was upset it didn't taste like bacon, but I got used to it. Now I can't even stand the smell/taste of bacon. I guess our house is 100% pig-free now.

Oh and it isn't because of religious reasons since we aren't religious. We just don't like the taste.
 
2010-11-05 11:17:23 AM
hailin: This sounds really gross. BLECH!

On a side note, I used to love pepperoni and bacon (never liked other pork products). My husband doesn't eat pork, but never had a problem with me eating it. I went on a diet and switched to turkey bacon/pepperoni instead. At first I was upset it didn't taste like bacon, but I got used to it. Now I can't even stand the smell/taste of bacon. I guess our house is 100% pig-free now.

Oh and it isn't because of religious reasons since we aren't religious. We just don't like the taste.


obviously no man has ever properly cooked you a nice rack of BBQ ribs.
 
2010-11-05 11:19:18 AM
Looks like there is something bacon can't make better after all.
 
2010-11-05 11:22:33 AM
hailin: This sounds really gross. BLECH!

On a side note, I used to love pepperoni and bacon (never liked other pork products). My husband doesn't eat pork, but never had a problem with me eating it. I went on a diet and switched to turkey bacon/pepperoni instead. At first I was upset it didn't taste like bacon, but I got used to it. Now I can't even stand the smell/taste of bacon. I guess our house is 100% pig-free now.

Oh and it isn't because of religious reasons since we aren't religious. We just don't like the taste.


I hate to break this to you, but your pepperoni is a pork/beef mixture (unless it's really nasty cheap-o stuff - then it's also probably got some "poultry" in it, too...)
 
2010-11-05 11:23:26 AM
You know what the problem with it probably was? Artificial sweetener. I swear even Jones' Thanksgiving and Holiday packs would taste better if they'd just make them with farking cane sugar like the rest of their sodas. Anything made with that artificial sweetener crap is going to taste bad.
 
2010-11-05 11:23:50 AM
DaddyRat: hailin: This sounds really gross. BLECH!

On a side note, I used to love pepperoni and bacon (never liked other pork products). My husband doesn't eat pork, but never had a problem with me eating it. I went on a diet and switched to turkey bacon/pepperoni instead. At first I was upset it didn't taste like bacon, but I got used to it. Now I can't even stand the smell/taste of bacon. I guess our house is 100% pig-free now.

Oh and it isn't because of religious reasons since we aren't religious. We just don't like the taste.

I hate to break this to you, but your pepperoni is a pork/beef mixture (unless it's really nasty cheap-o stuff - then it's also probably got some "poultry" in it, too...)


Crap - reading comprehension fail. turkey pepperoni. Never mind.
 
2010-11-05 11:30:42 AM
yert: I made chicken and dumpling for dinner one night. My kosher nephew and his girlfriend, who rented the apartment downstairs, were hungry so I gave them some. Milk in the dumplings. Ooops. They had to go to rabbi to get the whole thing straight with god.

Isn't standard practice for those who keep kosher to not just take food from those who do not?
 
2010-11-05 11:33:19 AM
DaddyRat: hailin: This sounds really gross. BLECH!

On a side note, I used to love pepperoni and bacon (never liked other pork products). My husband doesn't eat pork, but never had a problem with me eating it. I went on a diet and switched to turkey bacon/pepperoni instead. At first I was upset it didn't taste like bacon, but I got used to it. Now I can't even stand the smell/taste of bacon. I guess our house is 100% pig-free now.

Oh and it isn't because of religious reasons since we aren't religious. We just don't like the taste.

I hate to break this to you, but your pepperoni is a pork/beef mixture (unless it's really nasty cheap-o stuff - then it's also probably got some "poultry" in it, too...)


Unless, y'know, they specified that it was turkey pepperoni that they switched to.
 
2010-11-05 11:39:29 AM
J.Garcia'sRightMiddleFinger: yert: I made chicken and dumpling for dinner one night. My kosher nephew and his girlfriend, who rented the apartment downstairs, were hungry so I gave them some. Milk in the dumplings. Ooops. They had to go to rabbi to get the whole thing straight with god.

Isn't standard practice for those who keep kosher to not just take food from those who do not?


IANAJ, but any Jewish law basically can be waived to save a life. So it depends how hungry they were.

/they'd have to be pretty damn hungry.
 
2010-11-05 11:42:51 AM
Bacon Vodka

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Double-Down bar, Lower East Side of Manhattan.
 
2010-11-05 11:53:35 AM
Tatsuma isn't going to comment?
 
2010-11-05 12:03:22 PM
Oynk?
 
2010-11-05 12:04:11 PM
LeroyBourne: I recall a very long time ago while attending culinary school, 2nd semester was institution cooking (basically running the cafeteria) a Muslim woman came up to the cash register and asked what these bits were in the mashed potatoes. The woman replied, bacon. This poor girl just started throwing up, crying, and saying god is going to kill her.

She's a Muslim woman. Her god already hates her.
 
2010-11-05 12:06:09 PM
J.Garcia'sRightMiddleFinger: yert: I made chicken and dumpling for dinner one night. My kosher nephew and his girlfriend, who rented the apartment downstairs, were hungry so I gave them some. Milk in the dumplings. Ooops. They had to go to rabbi to get the whole thing straight with god.

Isn't standard practice for those who keep kosher to not just take food from those who do not?


I have no idea. I think they are of the variety that as long as it's not a flagrant violation. ie. shellfish, dairy with meat, etc it's ok. But I am not a jew so I do not care. But I did not give them the non kosher food to trick them or anything I just forgot there was milk in the dumplings. They got over it.

/wife is Israeli
 
2010-11-05 12:33:59 PM
drongozone: clambam: It has to be bad if people who habitually drink celery soda (ever tried it? disgusting) don't like it.

I've always been tempted by Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray but have not yet succumbed. That bad, huh?


I tried it on a lark (not being from New York I didn't realize it was a big Jewish thing) after seeing it at a store. It's actually not that bad. Kinda similar to ginger ale. Still, nothing I'd go out of my way to drink, though.

/Also got Moxie from the same store
//A little bitter for my tastes, but otherwise not bad
 
2010-11-05 12:36:21 PM
Fark, I am disappoint.

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2010-11-05 12:43:32 PM
Random McNobody: Fark, I am disappoint.

I came here to post that.
 
2010-11-05 12:48:40 PM
Submitted this, funnier headline, etc.

/Mmmm bacon
 
2010-11-05 01:08:42 PM
Jayzeus: DaddyRat: hailin: This sounds really gross. BLECH!

On a side note, I used to love pepperoni and bacon (never liked other pork products). My husband doesn't eat pork, but never had a problem with me eating it. I went on a diet and switched to turkey bacon/pepperoni instead. At first I was upset it didn't taste like bacon, but I got used to it. Now I can't even stand the smell/taste of bacon. I guess our house is 100% pig-free now.

Oh and it isn't because of religious reasons since we aren't religious. We just don't like the taste.

I hate to break this to you, but your pepperoni is a pork/beef mixture (unless it's really nasty cheap-o stuff - then it's also probably got some "poultry" in it, too...)

Unless, y'know, they specified that it was turkey pepperoni that they switched to.


Yeah - that's probably why I corrected myself 24 seconds later.

/Damn that F5 key anyway...
 
2010-11-05 01:23:30 PM
The printed word "yarmulke" always makes me think of Marmaduke.
 
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