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Old 02-20-2013, 10:47 AM   #1
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Time to have some fun. I'll get things started off here. Post a unique carving. The more unique the carving the better. The more unique the material is even better. So don't throw up a swan carved in ice. That's too generic if you know what I mean.


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Bacon turkey ready to be carved. End of thread.
I've never really understood the appeal of bacon. I mean, it's a tiny 1/4 inch wide strip of meat and the rest is complete fat. You might as well just cover that turkey with a nice half inch layer of lard and sprinkle some bacon bits on top, it's the same thing, lol.
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I've never really understood the appeal of bacon. I mean, it's a tiny 1/4 inch wide strip of meat and the rest is complete fat. You might as well just cover that turkey with a nice half inch layer of lard and sprinkle some bacon bits on top, it's the same thing, lol.
Bacon ......... they put it on hamburgers and wrap it around steak to make them taste better ........
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I've never really understood the appeal of bacon. I mean, it's a tiny 1/4 inch wide strip of meat and the rest is complete fat. You might as well just cover that turkey with a nice half inch layer of lard and sprinkle some bacon bits on top, it's the same thing, lol.
I'm going to agree that it is a bit overrated, but it is pretty awesome. It has a ton of flavor - good flavor - and a seemingly endless amount of applications. Just yesterday we were in a donut shop near our place they were sold out of the donuts with bacon. It is pork, so it's cheap and easy to find, has a lot of flavor and can impart moisture, aromatics and delciousness to any number of food products.
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I always love how they manage to show almost every bit of meat in the package through the front plastic. Then you open it and you're like, for real. It's like 20% meat and 80% fat. It sure does taste great but I'm not willing, on a regular basis, to scarf down all that fat for the taste. Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage is the way to go. Taste's great and like 1/3 of the fat calories as bacon.





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I've never really understood the appeal of bacon. I mean, it's a tiny 1/4 inch wide strip of meat and the rest is complete fat. You might as well just cover that turkey with a nice half inch layer of lard and sprinkle some bacon bits on top, it's the same thing, lol.
If you can dodge the grease popping and trying to burn you, the reward is 20% meat and 80% fat. For those content reasons, I don't eat bacon that often but when I do, mmm mmm good.
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If you can dodge the grease popping and trying to burn you, the reward is 20% meat and 80% fat. For those content reasons, I don't eat bacon that often but when I do, mmm mmm good.
Cook bacon in the oven. No grease popping. No grease fire potential. No stinking up of the house.
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Cook bacon in the oven. No grease popping. No grease fire potential. No stinking up of the house.
You are missing the excitement of the cook. The reward makes it taste that much better. I know you are asking, "How can you make bacon taste better than the euphoria I already experience when I rip off a piece of thin sliced pork?"

Just because.

Trust me on this. Eating Spotted Owl or Bald Eagle taste much better after you killed it instead of it being handed to you on a plate.
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I'd hit that - lol
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You would hit it but can you get enough wood? I mean, probably slivered knees.
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