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Old 04-27-2015, 10:43 AM   #31
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The bakery in the town where I work sells maple bacon cupcakes. They're as delightful as you might expect.
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Old 06-02-2015, 07:16 PM   #32
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oh this looks so yummy! my buddies and i will need to make these when we can get a weekend to go wheeling at my friends cabin! cant wait!

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Old 06-02-2015, 07:27 PM   #33
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We fry 1 lb bacon, crumble half of it and when the grits are still boiling, add the crumbled bacon. (well, more than crumbled, we run it through a grinder). Cook the eggs (over easy) in the bacon grease... ahh, drippings. When your hash browns are done, put the eggs over browns with bacon grits on the side. The other bacon is for munching before, during and after.
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My kind of bacon pancake:

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Old 07-26-2015, 08:21 PM   #36
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We make what I call hobo hash. Great after a night of enjoying adult beverages Cook up bacon and set aside. Using the same pan with the bacon grease, cook up some hash browns. When they are about done, crumble up the bacon and mix in. Crack eggs and put on top of the taters. Splash a little left over beer from the night before in the pan and cover with a lid. Steam will cook the eggs. Take lid off when the eggs are over easy and enjoy!
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Old 07-28-2015, 08:29 PM   #37
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Bacon cinnamon rolls

I do this for holidays...days ending in "Y" are good
Bacon Cinnamon Rolls recipe - from Tablespoon!

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The Park House Cafe in Springdale, UT makes a great Bacon Pancake. We eat there almost every Sunday and that's becoming a favorite!
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We make what I call hobo hash. Great after a night of enjoying adult beverages Cook up bacon and set aside. Using the same pan with the bacon grease, cook up some hash browns. When they are about done, crumble up the bacon and mix in. Crack eggs and put on top of the taters. Splash a little left over beer from the night before in the pan and cover with a lid. Steam will cook the eggs. Take lid off when the eggs are over easy and enjoy!
I am definitely trying that tomorrow morning. Thanks for the post!
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This is a great idea and I will be trying it soon! Thanks for sharing. I usually end up mixing all my breakfast together anyways whether its bacon, eggs, or sausage. Pancakes taste so much better with something mixed with it.
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I like my bacon served as a separate dish, smoked, thick cut, crispy, coarsely peppered, and doused in real maple syrup and butter that has slid over from my pancakes. I like all that mess on the eggs, too. Day-um!
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Redneck scramble:
Bacon
Sausage
Goetta (not the Gliers, they give Cincinnati goetta a bad name)
Mushrooms
Spinach
Green chili peppers
Hash browns
Eggs eggs eggs

Scramble it all in eggs, then add an over-medium egg or two on top with some salsa and cheese. Then go wrestle a bear and chop some wood to sell for Jeep parts and flannel shirts.
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Wow! There is nothing on earth better to eat than bacon. I should have known I would find that Bacon is Jeeper food! We raise our own pigs and I thank them for their sacrifice each time I feed them. We have some fresh, Mennonite-made cured bacon coming next week, thanks to Flopsy and Dropsy (the last pigs). There is no WRONG way to eat bacon, except if you accept less than a whole mess of bacon. Geez, now I'm hungry, and I just ate some sausage.
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OH MY GOSH! The ole man just drove up with two more baby pigs...no joke. Anybody gonna be hungry for bacon in about six months?
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I created a recipe once for a Bacon Cheesecake... turned out pretty damn good.

Best bacon you can get is from a local slaughter house /butcher yum!!

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Here is our story on Bacon Pancakes.. have a cool bacon recipe of your own.. feel free too post it up

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I've looked all over and can't find a threat or post to answer my question. I chose this 'cause it's my favorite thread. LOVE BACON! Just plain bacon with Miracle Whip on bread is almost as good as riding on a dirt road in my Jeep, just doesn't last as long.

Now the question: What is the best product for re-blacking the stock fenders and bumpers? I think I used Back to Black on my first Jeep, but I've heard it washes off too quickly. Is there a discussion of this somewhere on the forum? Thanks, and many happy huge bites of bacon to you....
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I've looked all over and can't find a threat or post to answer my question. I chose this 'cause it's my favorite thread. LOVE BACON! Just plain bacon with Miracle Whip on bread is almost as good as riding on a dirt road in my Jeep, just doesn't last as long. Now the question: What is the best product for re-blacking the stock fenders and bumpers? I think I used Back to Black on my first Jeep, but I've heard it washes off too quickly. Is there a discussion of this somewhere on the forum? Thanks, and many happy huge bites of bacon to you....
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Thanks, I'll look that up. I plan to become a supporting member too as soon as I can catch up from going broke buying my Jeep. Hopefully next month.
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My kind of bacon pancake:

See, I love this picture. I have even dreamed of it. Have you ever eaten smoked hog jowl, smoked just like bacon? We grow our own pork, so I want to make everything that can be bacon, bacon. I just ate a smoked hog jowl sandwich and it was pretty good, just that the fat is a little "fatter" than regular bacon. I feel like a hog myself admitting how much I love bacon, but I wear regular size in women's clothes, so I'm going to keep on eating bacon. Hey, it gives me strength to hop up into my Jeep, and isn't that all that really matters?
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See, I love this picture. I have even dreamed of it. Have you ever eaten smoked hog jowl, smoked just like bacon? We grow our own pork, so I want to make everything that can be bacon, bacon. I just ate a smoked hog jowl sandwich and it was pretty good, just that the fat is a little "fatter" than regular bacon. I feel like a hog myself admitting how much I love bacon, but I wear regular size in women's clothes, so I'm going to keep on eating bacon. Hey, it gives me strength to hop up into my Jeep, and isn't that all that really matters?
it is indeed all that really matters
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Maybe someone will get hungry for bacon and read this on the old thread: I went to Shoney's breakfast bar yesterday for my birthday. Ate plenty of grits with bacon and pepper on top. The next group the waiter seated also got breakfast bar, and I distinctly heard the waiter say, "We'll have some more bacon out in a few minutes." Guess I was a bacon hog!
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Jalapenos split then stuffed with a mix of cream cheese, cheddar, pulled pork, and honey then wrapped with bacon rolled in a rub and smoked for a couple of hours. Known as ABT's or Atomic Buffalo Turds

I always forget to take an "after" pic
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Today I had both bacon and pancakes, but not in the same meal... :-(
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Keeping with the theme of bacon makes everything better....how about a Butter Maple Bacon Doughnut.......I don't have a recipe but a doughnut shop in GA makes these artery clogging, heart stopping divine edible goodies. They are a plain yeast doughnut (glazed doughnut without the glaze) wrapped in a piece of cooked bacon then when you order they pour hot maple syrup and hot butter all over it! What I can't figure out is why my cardiologist always calls me when I have one?????
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If you never tried a bacon wrapped, stuffed, smoked fatty... you do not know what you are missing.

Recipe: Bacon Cheeseburger Fatty - smoked in a Bradley beef, cheddar
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If you never tried a bacon wrapped, stuffed, smoked fatty... you do not know what you are missing. Recipe: Bacon Cheeseburger Fatty - smoked in a Bradley beef, cheddar
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Damn....I'm all of the sudden HUNGRY. I think you could wrap dog shit in bacon and it would still be good!

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