Monday, March 08, 2010



Boned Jello

The beer mug, made by deep-frying strips of bacon and then wrapping them around wired mesh, offers a suitable, if obscenely indulgent, solution for baconistas who don’t know if they’re hungry or thirsty. The only con: who really wants cold bacon?
Bacon is getting way too much love, which means that as we speak some Liberal scold is plotting a campaign to have it banned.  Well, not banned per se.  Taxed like tobacco.  Trust me, I know my Liberals. Enjoy the slide show though.


Anonymous said...

Whoever wrote that description had nothing to do with making that thing or anyone who did. I'd go so far as to say that they have never cooked any bacon, either. There is no way that is pre-cooked bacon wrapped around a wire mesh. That was obviously made by weaving raw bacon around a stack of pre-cooked cheeseburgers and then baked. The 'handle' was added near the end of the baking.
I'll take two, please.

vanderleun said...

When they did the bacon strips inside of the dark chocolate bar at about $5.00 s bite bacon was over.

But of course since this is America anything worth doing is worth overdoing.

I blame the food pansies for creating this Redneck backlash.

Anonymous said...

P.S. - It occurs to be that, as a person with delusions of culinary skill, I entirely missed your point, Rodger. You are, of course, correct. The only surprising thing about this is that some congressional libtard hasn't already proposed just such a tax. After all, it takes a gazillion acres of arable land to produce a pound of meat, don't ya know.

rockville said...

Back in Merry Olde England (but coming to your world soon) vegans are now protected by anti-discrimination laws. Atheists and teetotalers, too. Others to be added later.

Anyone can play this game. All it takes is an arbitrary doctrine and an "ethical commitment", and you're covered. Then everyone has to go out of their way to accommodate you, or face the wrath of the nanny state.

Chuck said...

arbitrary doctrine and an "ethical commitment"

Hmmm. The military falls in that category. Also, the active force accounts for .01% of the population, so they are a minority by that standard, too.

Think those laws will ever add them? (sine that equal protection clause is SO 1776.)

molonlabe28 said...

The hog is a truly glorious animal.

I celebrate it every time I get the chance.

I regard sausage as one of the 4 major food groups, along with caffeine, chocolate and sugar.

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