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(Metronews.ca)   "Yeah I'd like a bacon wrapped corn, 2 orders of deep fried cheese puffs, and what the hell, a slice of scorpion-topped pizza to go"   (metronews.ca) divider line 35
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2014-05-02 03:17:08 PM  
White trash food thread!
 
2014-05-02 03:19:52 PM  
Canadian version of a state fair, I see....
 
2014-05-02 03:20:14 PM  
Bacon-wrapped corn???

Oh Canada. You sweet, sweet bastard of a hat. When you are right, you are right.

/unless you are using that lean stuff you call bacon up north. Corn screams for the fatty goodness that is American bacon.
 
2014-05-02 03:21:54 PM  
 
2014-05-02 03:22:08 PM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Bacon-wrapped corn???

Oh Canada. You sweet, sweet bastard of a hat. When you are right, you are right.

/unless you are using that lean stuff you call bacon up north. Corn screams for the fatty goodness that is American bacon.


"Bacon" is always cured pork belly, just as in the US. What you call Canadian Bacon is never called "bacon" on its own in Canada.
 
2014-05-02 03:24:20 PM  
And a diet Coke.
 
2014-05-02 03:24:36 PM  

Shazam999: TheShavingofOccam123: Bacon-wrapped corn???

Oh Canada. You sweet, sweet bastard of a hat. When you are right, you are right.

/unless you are using that lean stuff you call bacon up north. Corn screams for the fatty goodness that is American bacon.

"Bacon" is always cured pork belly, just as in the US. What you call Canadian Bacon is never called "bacon" on its own in Canada.


Amen.
 
2014-05-02 03:25:46 PM  
I'd take the bacon corn and deep fry it and then dip it in melted chocolate.
 
2014-05-02 03:35:34 PM  
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2014-05-02 03:38:23 PM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Shazam999: TheShavingofOccam123: Bacon-wrapped corn???

Oh Canada. You sweet, sweet bastard of a hat. When you are right, you are right.

/unless you are using that lean stuff you call bacon up north. Corn screams for the fatty goodness that is American bacon.

"Bacon" is always cured pork belly, just as in the US. What you call Canadian Bacon is never called "bacon" on its own in Canada.

Amen.


Ah, here we go, it's often called Back Bacon up here.

http://www.harvestmeats.ca/show_food_80012.php
 
2014-05-02 03:40:30 PM  
A slice with bite.
 
2014-05-02 03:40:40 PM  
I don't know what I expected "scorpion pizza" to mean, but I just tried to get away from my computer monitor like it was squirming and crawling.

/shiat
//THERE'S ALSO A BUG ON MY DESK
///going to be jumpy all day
 
2014-05-02 03:41:37 PM  
Scorpions as a pizza topping is just gross.
 
2014-05-02 03:44:33 PM  
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As someone who lives in Arizona and gets scorpions in his kitchen, I would be checking for motion before I bit into that slice of pizza each time.  It was a warm winter, so it's weird I haven't seen any scorpions yet this year.  I eliminated 6 black widows in my yard last night though, plus an egg sac, for a total of probably 20 this season.
 
2014-05-02 03:55:19 PM  

cousin-merle: [1-media-cdn.foolz.us image 620x789]

As someone who lives in Arizona and gets scorpions in his kitchen, I would be checking for motion before I bit into that slice of pizza each time.  It was a warm winter, so it's weird I haven't seen any scorpions yet this year.  I eliminated 6 black widows in my yard last night though, plus an egg sac, for a total of probably 20 this season.


I haven't been to AZ yet, but your little travelogue right there was enough to keep me out. I had a spider nightmare last night and the web was as thick as a pencil and wouldn't break. I was going to kill the spider but then i lost sight of it but it was bright blue and about the size of a Masterlok combination lock. 

Im just as afraid of dead bugs as I am of live ones. Picking up with a paper towel is beyond my capabilities
 
2014-05-02 04:00:41 PM  
Do you want  me to deep fry the bag?
 
2014-05-02 04:11:08 PM  
Were the scorpions used on the pizza free range or not?  Because things like that are important.

Why not free range nursing scorpion moms for a topping?
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Yummy!!!
 
2014-05-02 04:16:17 PM  
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While they all sound utterly vile, the scorpions crawling on your pizza tops the lot in terms of looking horrific as well. Mind you, they're all still much nicer than Marmite.
 
2014-05-02 04:33:52 PM  
CSB: One time I was out in the back yard with the black light hunting scorpions, and I found a mother with babies on her back.  Babies are easy to spot because you can still see the obscured glow from the mother, but the babies don't glow under black light yet.  My girlfriend, who is from NY, had never even seen a live scorpion, so I brought her out to the shed and gave her the black light while I squished all of those little devils.  I dropped the sledge on it, but it moved a little and I only took out the tail.  Tiny, invisible baby scorpions went everywhere, the girlfriend screamed and ran off with the black light, and I was alone in the shed in complete darkness.
 
2014-05-02 04:35:43 PM  

NeuroticRocker: I had a spider nightmare last night and the web was as thick as a pencil and wouldn't break


Have you ever touched a widow's web?  I found one I could stretch like a foot without breaking.  Creepy as hell when they catch on your legs in the dark.
 
2014-05-02 04:36:11 PM  

Duane Dibbley: While they all sound utterly vile, the scorpions crawling on your pizza tops the lot in terms of looking horrific as well. Mind you, they're all still much nicer than Marmite.


You think that sounds horrific, you should see one just hanging out in your living room sometime.
 
2014-05-02 04:36:11 PM  
And a Diet Coke.
 
2014-05-02 04:38:52 PM  

cousin-merle: NeuroticRocker: I had a spider nightmare last night and the web was as thick as a pencil and wouldn't break

Have you ever touched a widow's web?


HELLLLLL NO.

Not on purpose anyway. I am scared shiatless of bugs.
 
2014-05-02 04:56:38 PM  

NeuroticRocker: cousin-merle: NeuroticRocker: I had a spider nightmare last night and the web was as thick as a pencil and wouldn't break

Have you ever touched a widow's web?

HELLLLLL NO.

Not on purpose anyway. I am scared shiatless of bugs.


Who said anything about bugs? I think you were being asked about your cougar dates.
 
2014-05-02 05:08:08 PM  
My Dominican buddy turned me on to my favorite way of cooking corn.  All you do is buy the corn with the husks still on, pull them back, and clean out all the silk.  Then slather the whole thing with mayo and then liberally sprinkle chili powder and parmesan cheese all over it (more cheese than chili powder though).  Return the husk to it's default configuration so that the whole ear is covered again and then throw it on the grill until the husk is starting to get burnt on the outside.

Friggin delicious!!!
 
2014-05-02 05:45:44 PM  

CJHardin: My Dominican buddy turned me on to my favorite way of cooking corn.  All you do is buy the corn with the husks still on, pull them back, and clean out all the silk.  Then slather the whole thing with mayo and then liberally sprinkle chili powder and parmesan cheese all over it (more cheese than chili powder though).  Return the husk to it's default configuration so that the whole ear is covered again and then throw it on the grill until the husk is starting to get burnt on the outside.

Friggin delicious!!!


Sounds nice.
I wonder if there's a way to sub out the mayo (liposuction leavin's) for something less heart-stoppy
 
2014-05-02 05:51:19 PM  

Soup Goes Here: CJHardin: My Dominican buddy turned me on to my favorite way of cooking corn.  All you do is buy the corn with the husks still on, pull them back, and clean out all the silk.  Then slather the whole thing with mayo and then liberally sprinkle chili powder and parmesan cheese all over it (more cheese than chili powder though).  Return the husk to it's default configuration so that the whole ear is covered again and then throw it on the grill until the husk is starting to get burnt on the outside.

Friggin delicious!!!

Sounds nice.
I wonder if there's a way to sub out the mayo (liposuction leavin's) for something less heart-stoppy


There is always the canola version of it, although it tends to be pricey.

You can always make your own too, which is bound to be better tasting and healthier for you especially if you use a more healthy oil.

http://www.chow.com/recipes/11053-basic-mayonnaise
 
2014-05-02 06:00:08 PM  

Soup Goes Here: CJHardin: My Dominican buddy turned me on to my favorite way of cooking corn.  All you do is buy the corn with the husks still on, pull them back, and clean out all the silk.  Then slather the whole thing with mayo and then liberally sprinkle chili powder and parmesan cheese all over it (more cheese than chili powder though).  Return the husk to it's default configuration so that the whole ear is covered again and then throw it on the grill until the husk is starting to get burnt on the outside.

Friggin delicious!!!

Sounds nice.
I wonder if there's a way to sub out the mayo (liposuction leavin's) for something less heart-stoppy


I do something similar...

pull back the husk a little bit
pour beer in husk add generous portion of beer
close husk, wrap with tinfoil
put on BBQ.

its a party in my mouth
 
2014-05-02 06:14:30 PM  
Of all the weird food I had in 15 years in southern China, bbq pig penis on a stick wit spices and honey was my favorite
 
2014-05-02 06:21:07 PM  

Spamby: Of all the weird food I had in 15 years in southern China, bbq pig penis on a stick wit spices and honey was my favorite


Mine would be in Yongpo-ri, South Korea, BBQ dog with spicy red pepper paste served on a big lettuce leaf like a taco with conch morsels.
 
2014-05-02 06:27:34 PM  

cousin-merle: CSB: One time I was out in the back yard with the black light hunting scorpions, and I found a mother with babies on her back.  Babies are easy to spot because you can still see the obscured glow from the mother, but the babies don't glow under black light yet.  My girlfriend, who is from NY, had never even seen a live scorpion, so I brought her out to the shed and gave her the black light while I squished all of those little devils.  I dropped the sledge on it, but it moved a little and I only took out the tail.  Tiny, invisible baby scorpions went everywhere, the girlfriend screamed and ran off with the black light, and I was alone in the shed in complete darkness.


Scorpion karma
 
2014-05-02 06:29:19 PM  
www.blinkydog.com
 
2014-05-02 07:44:43 PM  
They've got a blog with the whole listing at the bottom of the article:
http://blog.calgarystampede.com/2014/05/01/32-new-foods-to-hit-the-c al gary-stampede-midway/

DO WANT. Except the scorpion pizza and deep fried cheese puffs. NO WANT.

/Really want the gator sliders, corn, and a bunch of the other stuff
 
2014-05-02 09:44:30 PM  

CJHardin: My Dominican buddy turned me on to my favorite way of cooking corn.  All you do is buy the corn with the husks still on, pull them back, and clean out all the silk.  Then slather the whole thing with mayo and then liberally sprinkle chili powder and parmesan cheese all over it (more cheese than chili powder though).  Return the husk to it's default configuration so that the whole ear is covered again and then throw it on the grill until the husk is starting to get burnt on the outside.

Friggin delicious!!!


I bake or grill corn in this same way. I open the husk and lightly season, wrap it back up and toss it on the grill or in the oven.
The corn silk gives it moisture and nutrients.
 
2014-05-02 11:10:15 PM  
Try to eat me on a pizza, will you?!?!?!

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