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(Foodbeast)   The world's most expensive BLT: "...rare breed pig bacon, sliced truffles, saffron, a free range egg, and of course, edible gold dust." The world's tastiest BLT: Wonder Bread, canned tomatoes and iceberg lettuce eaten naked at 2:30am   (foodbeast.com) divider line 159
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2013-02-15 03:44:00 PM  

GalFriday: libranoelrose: TommyymmoT: Frying bacon while naked is just a bad idea.

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I love how this flow chart takes Dante into consideration.  I once stood in my laundry room and ate a bacon sandwich at 1:30am so I wouldn't have to share with my dog.  In my defense, I only had a limited amount of bacon and had been drinking.  So the tequila appetite was making the decisions for me.
I felt guilty the next day and let him have an extra hour of park time and made him scrambled eggs.

/not fat


Yer a good dog mom
 
2013-02-15 03:44:06 PM  
The Korean lady at the deli across the way makes a mean BLOT (Bacon, Lettuce, Onion, Tomato). Rye toast, wave a knife with mayo over the bread.
 
2013-02-15 03:44:14 PM  
rubbery barely cooked bacon on everything. yes the morning after toilet sittings are explosive but omg is it worth it. crispy bacon is for.....exterminate
 
2013-02-15 03:44:31 PM  
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"Amateur"
 
2013-02-15 03:45:41 PM  

Psycoholic_Slag: busy chillin': Psycoholic_Slag:
They need to be perky. I love that.

um, what were we talking about again?


A nice MLT: a mutton, lettuce and tomato sandwich, where the mutton is nice and lean and the tomato is ripe.


oh yes oh yes. Perky got me thinking about something else.
 
2013-02-15 03:47:05 PM  

Robert1966: or Miracle Whip, if that's your thing


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2013-02-15 03:49:27 PM  
Canned tomatoes? You Philistine.
 
2013-02-15 03:50:32 PM  
Egg does not farking belong on a BLT.  Bread, bacon, lettace, tomato and possibly mayonaise.  Notice I did not list egg.  Nor did I list truffles or farking gold dust.
 
2013-02-15 03:51:23 PM  
See, with bacon, even when it's bad, it's good. So I'm not too worried about the sort of bacon to put on a BLT. As long as it's cut thick, just a biatchewy, and maybe had a grind or two of pepper over it the moment it came off the skillet.

And with the bread? Hell, I'll use a baguette, seven-grain, oatmeal, whatever's in the house. It's probably fresh and tasty, or else it wouldn't be in the house.

Tomatoes... well, let's just say there's a reason I tend to only eat BLTs between June and October.

The lettuce must be iceberg. Anything else isn't crisp enough to go up against the juicy tomato.

The mayo must be Duke's. I normally hate things named Duke from the Carolinas, but this stuff is amazing.

...it's going to be some damn long months before tomatoes are in season. :(
 
2013-02-15 03:52:49 PM  

Bonzo_1116: Toasted Sourdough, with Best Foods mayo, none of that Miracle whip garbage. Crispy bacon, thinly sliced campari tomatoes, and butter lettuce or baby spinach.

Gonna make one right now.

/no campari tomatoes, only romas.
//cry.


Is Best Foods like Whole Foods, but North Korean?
 
2013-02-15 03:55:38 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: Bonzo_1116: Toasted Sourdough, with Best Foods mayo, none of that Miracle whip garbage. Crispy bacon, thinly sliced campari tomatoes, and butter lettuce or baby spinach.

Gonna make one right now.

/no campari tomatoes, only romas.
//cry.

Is Best Foods like Whole Foods, but North Korean?


Best Foods mayo is called Hellmann's in civilization.
 
2013-02-15 03:55:57 PM  
You forgot a pinch of garlic salt on the Tomato, subby.
 
2013-02-15 03:56:40 PM  

C0rf: See, with bacon, even when it's bad, it's good. So I'm not too worried about the sort of bacon to put on a BLT. As long as it's cut thick, just a biatchewy, and maybe had a grind or two of pepper over it the moment it came off the skillet.

And with the bread? Hell, I'll use a baguette, seven-grain, oatmeal, whatever's in the house. It's probably fresh and tasty, or else it wouldn't be in the house.

Tomatoes... well, let's just say there's a reason I tend to only eat BLTs between June and October.

The lettuce must be iceberg. Anything else isn't crisp enough to go up against the juicy tomato.

The mayo must be Duke's. I normally hate things named Duke from the Carolinas, but this stuff is amazing.

...it's going to be some damn long months before tomatoes are in season. :(


Sounds good.  I'd just add that using heirloom tomatos is best.  Those big, flavorful, freshly picked ones that I can't seem to get around here no matter what the season.  All we get are those perfect looking flavorless ones.
 
2013-02-15 03:57:36 PM  

OgreMagi: Egg does not farking belong on a BLT.  Bread, bacon, lettace, tomato and possibly mayonaise.  Notice I did not list egg.  Nor did I list truffles or farking gold dust.


oh man, and I was totally gonna make you one tomorrow when we hung out. shucks.
 
2013-02-15 04:01:54 PM  

Bonzo_1116: Toasted Sourdough, with Best Foods mayo, none of that Miracle whip garbage. Crispy bacon, thinly sliced campari tomatoes, and butter lettuce or baby spinach.

Gonna make one right now.

/no campari tomatoes, only romas.
//cry.


Brandywine tomatoes are even better.

not5am: tricycleracer: farking truffles.  That's cheating when you're making a "World's Most Expensive X" dish.  It's like putting real diamonds in a cocktail glass, pouring a martini in, and calling it "World's Most Expensive cocktail".

are the truffles on the sandwich more expensive than edible gold dust?


They might be.  I seem to recall reading about ten years ago that fresh white truffles cost something like $700 per pound.  I don't know if the price has changed since then, however.
 
2013-02-15 04:03:16 PM  

TheDumbBlonde: Best Foods mayo is called Hellmann's in civilization.


Thank god I'm a Philistine.
 
2013-02-15 04:04:41 PM  

TheDumbBlonde: DarkPascual: Black bread, Bacon, dry tomatoes on olive oil, French mustard, lettuce with a drop or two of balsamic vinegar...

/I do wear a monocle and a top hat when I eat that...

Do you know how I know you're not a Southerner? That shiat won't get your ass kicked around here, but you will get filthy looks and a few "bless his heart"s.


Kind ma'am, I'm from South American... Technically, I AM a Southerner...
 
2013-02-15 04:05:08 PM  
BLT  Reuben

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2013-02-15 04:06:09 PM  

Buttbone McGillicutty: You forgot a pinch of garlic salt on the Tomato, subby.


janes crazy mixed up salt all the way
 
2013-02-15 04:06:38 PM  

blatz514: BLT  Reuben

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OM NOM NOM
 
2013-02-15 04:07:01 PM  

idsfa: [farm7.staticflickr.com image 640x427]

"Amateur"


BACON IS EXTRA!
 
2013-02-15 04:07:19 PM  

show me: Good luck with the Wonder Bread.


Came to say exactly this, and to add that Bunny brand white bread is almost as good as Wonder was.  Almost.
 
2013-02-15 04:07:40 PM  

OgreMagi: C0rf: See, with bacon, even when it's bad, it's good. So I'm not too worried about the sort of bacon to put on a BLT. As long as it's cut thick, just a biatchewy, and maybe had a grind or two of pepper over it the moment it came off the skillet.

And with the bread? Hell, I'll use a baguette, seven-grain, oatmeal, whatever's in the house. It's probably fresh and tasty, or else it wouldn't be in the house.

Tomatoes... well, let's just say there's a reason I tend to only eat BLTs between June and October.

The lettuce must be iceberg. Anything else isn't crisp enough to go up against the juicy tomato.

The mayo must be Duke's. I normally hate things named Duke from the Carolinas, but this stuff is amazing.

...it's going to be some damn long months before tomatoes are in season. :(

Sounds good.  I'd just add that using heirloom tomatos is best.  Those big, flavorful, freshly picked ones that I can't seem to get around here no matter what the season.  All we get are those perfect looking flavorless ones.


Find a sunny spot and some tomato seeds, and if there's no soil, get a big pot and some potting soil.  You can also find hybrid tomatoes that are bred to thrive in containers, and in my experience they do thrive and they're quite tasty (although not quite as tasty as the heirloom varieties).

/lives in a third-story condo, so all of my tomatoes are grown in pots
 
2013-02-15 04:09:37 PM  

anfrind: OgreMagi: C0rf: See, with bacon, even when it's bad, it's good. So I'm not too worried about the sort of bacon to put on a BLT. As long as it's cut thick, just a biatchewy, and maybe had a grind or two of pepper over it the moment it came off the skillet.

And with the bread? Hell, I'll use a baguette, seven-grain, oatmeal, whatever's in the house. It's probably fresh and tasty, or else it wouldn't be in the house.

Tomatoes... well, let's just say there's a reason I tend to only eat BLTs between June and October.

The lettuce must be iceberg. Anything else isn't crisp enough to go up against the juicy tomato.

The mayo must be Duke's. I normally hate things named Duke from the Carolinas, but this stuff is amazing.

...it's going to be some damn long months before tomatoes are in season. :(

Sounds good.  I'd just add that using heirloom tomatos is best.  Those big, flavorful, freshly picked ones that I can't seem to get around here no matter what the season.  All we get are those perfect looking flavorless ones.

Find a sunny spot and some tomato seeds, and if there's no soil, get a big pot and some potting soil.  You can also find hybrid tomatoes that are bred to thrive in containers, and in my experience they do thrive and they're quite tasty (although not quite as tasty as the heirloom varieties).

/lives in a third-story condo, so all of my tomatoes are grown in pots


I live in an apartment.  I don't really have any place to grow tomatos.  Besides, I hate gardening.
 
2013-02-15 04:10:16 PM  

anfrind: They might be.  I seem to recall reading about ten years ago that fresh white truffles cost something like $700 per pound.  I don't know if the price has changed since then, however.


yeah, but cooks use very small amounts of truffle shavings and oil that was soaked in truffles.
 
2013-02-15 04:14:31 PM  
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2013-02-15 04:14:46 PM  
We used to have a place around here that made BLT's with fried green tomatoes for the T.  You could feel your heart skipping as you ate it, but sweet fancy Moses it was awesome.
 
2013-02-15 04:14:53 PM  
It has nothing on the Broodwitch!

"Forged in darkness from wheat harvested in Hell's half-acre, baked by Beelzebub, slathered with mayonnaise beaten from the evil eggs of dark chicken forced into sauce by the hands of a one-eyed madman, cheese boiled from the rancid teat of a fanged cow, layered with six-hundred and sixty-six separate meats from an animal which has maggots for blood. And mustard...DIJON mustard!" Also, it turns out, sun-dried tomatoes. Bacon is extra, as there are "no swine evil enough to be sacrificed upon a bed of evil, and lettuce".


I bet you are not even sentenced to an eternity of being sliced apart by odd shaped minions of the devil for eating it.

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2013-02-15 04:15:06 PM  

Anne.Uumellmahaye: Bonzo_1116: Toasted Sourdough, with Best Foods mayo, none of that Miracle whip garbage. Crispy bacon, thinly sliced campari tomatoes, and butter lettuce or baby spinach.

Gonna make one right now.

/no campari tomatoes, only romas.
//cry.

Is Best Foods like Whole Foods, but North Korean?


I LOL'd
 
2013-02-15 04:16:10 PM  

leonel: BELT is a trademark of Leonel Industries. All rights reserved


I'm fairly sure Tim Horton's beat you to that one.
 
2013-02-15 04:16:49 PM  
Using precious metals or gems in the price calculation should be disallowed.
 
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2013-02-15 04:16:49 PM  
This place has the best BLT

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Those in St Louis know what I'm talking about...

They deep fry the bacon in a giant pot used for candy

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2013-02-15 04:18:56 PM  
Subby's barftastic 2:30 special needs more spam. Fried in crisco. And that nasty bread could be made worse by adding margarine. Lots of margarine. And don't forget to not toast that bread, because then the tomato juice will make it all soggy, so that when you pick it up, it falls apart and lands on the floor. If you hate your dog, just leave it there for him/her. Just remember, soon enough, you'll have to clean dog barf off of your favorite rug. Farking dogs never barf on hard surfaces anymore.
 
2013-02-15 04:20:38 PM  

not5am: anfrind: They might be.  I seem to recall reading about ten years ago that fresh white truffles cost something like $700 per pound.  I don't know if the price has changed since then, however.

yeah, but cooks use very small amounts of truffle shavings and oil that was soaked in truffles.


Truffle oil is usually (at a restaurant, because they are cheap) vegetable oil with fake truffle flavoring.

From wikipedia:

Most truffle oils are not made from actual truffles, but are a synthetic product that combines a thioether (2,4-dithiapentane), one of numerous aromas or odorants found in truffles, with an olive or grapeseed oil base.
 
2013-02-15 04:20:49 PM  

Thorny4Pie:  Bunny brand white bread is almost as good as Wonder was.  Almost.


That's like saying an off-brand colonoscopy was almost as good as the name brand was. Almost.
 
2013-02-15 04:22:21 PM  

fireant451: Robert1966: or Miracle Whip, if that's your thing

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As a child I hated "mayo". Except for when I was at my friends house. His mom made the best sandwiches and I could never figure out why. They had mayo on them too, but I liked hers and hated my moms.
Mom always bought Miracle Whip and called it mayo. Blah barf I hate that sweet shiat.
 
2013-02-15 04:23:20 PM  
best BLT to date....

Bacon, lettuce, tomato, avocado, and peanut butter....OMFG.  While eating that I actually saw Jesus, and he looked good
 
2013-02-15 04:23:52 PM  
Some of the ingredients included on this list are7 rashers of rare breed pig bacon, sliced truffles, saffron, a free range egg, and of course, edible gold dust.
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DO NOT WANT
 
2013-02-15 04:28:00 PM  

leonel: When did they add egg to a BLT? wouldn't be a BELT™ at that point?

BELT is a trademark of Leonel Industries. All rights reserved


sorry about yer trademark dude
http://www.timhortons.com/us/en/menu/breakfast-sandwich.html

/tastes kinda like an old belt
 
2013-02-15 04:29:33 PM  
I hope the pig was at least an endangered species.

/not much chance of that
 
2013-02-15 04:29:51 PM  
$237 for a sandwich? And here I am wondering how I'm going to pay my $434 income tax bill.
 
2013-02-15 04:33:29 PM  
I like my BLT with a thick slice of onion and lots of black pepper.
 
2013-02-15 04:35:59 PM  
What you no is get the sun dried tomatoes in oil, and wash the oil off.
 
2013-02-15 04:37:49 PM  

Full Blown Jimbo: $237 for a sandwich? And here I am wondering how I'm going to pay my $434 income tax bill.


Easy. Sell a couple of these sandwiches.
 
2013-02-15 04:38:12 PM  
At least subby didn't mention the Hitler of meat products, turkey bacon.
 
2013-02-15 04:42:25 PM  
A local restaurant makes this:

B.L.O.A.T.E.M$8.99bacon, lettuce, onion, avocado, tomato on a large English muffin, with mayo Damn tasty.
 
2013-02-15 04:42:27 PM  

Full Blown Jimbo: $237 for a sandwich? And here I am wondering how I'm going to pay my $434 income tax bill.


Poor people problems?

/just snarkin', I couldn't afford this sandwich either, and if I could... a fool and his money
 
2013-02-15 04:50:50 PM  
www.martinsfamouspastryshoppe.com
 
2013-02-15 04:51:23 PM  

Cagey B: [i182.photobucket.com image 400x442]


Hahaha, I can't stop laughing at his little face. Haha.
 
2013-02-15 04:51:51 PM  

anfrind: Bonzo_1116: Toasted Sourdough, with Best Foods mayo, none of that Miracle whip garbage. Crispy bacon, thinly sliced campari tomatoes, and butter lettuce or baby spinach.

Gonna make one right now.

/no campari tomatoes, only romas.
//cry.

Brandywine tomatoes are even better.

not5am: tricycleracer: farking truffles.  That's cheating when you're making a "World's Most Expensive X" dish.  It's like putting real diamonds in a cocktail glass, pouring a martini in, and calling it "World's Most Expensive cocktail".

are the truffles on the sandwich more expensive than edible gold dust?

They might be.  I seem to recall reading about ten years ago that fresh white truffles cost something like $700 per pound.  I don't know if the price has changed since then, however.


Quick Google found white truffle for over $200 an ounce, but I'm sure that's primo stuff.
 
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