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Old 10-07-2011, 04:17 PM
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so you open a can with 50 strips of bacon----what do you do with the other 45 pieces after breakfast???????
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mm.. you mean "what do you do with the empty can after breakfast?..
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^^^^^^^That's what I'm saying^^^^^^^^^^
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No kidding ... who EVER has left over bacon??
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Bacon for breakfast, BTL for lunch and then ppotato soup with crumbled bacon on top, yum
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Invite me over and I can finish off the rest of it for you.
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People who think too highly of themselves.
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Sometimes I carry bacon in my pockets to snack on during the day.

It's fun to watch people's expressions during a conversation,as I nonchalantly take a piece out of my pocket and start munching.
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Put it in a Ziploc bag, put it in the fridge and eat it over the next few days.

Make scalloped potatoes for dinner and mix in the bacon.

Make a meatloaf for dinner and lay the strips across the top while it's baking.
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so you open a can with 50 strips of bacon----what do you do with the other 45 pieces after breakfast???????
Its bacon for goodness sakes, nature's candy! What makes you think there is anything left over.
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Sometimes I carry bacon in my pockets to snack on during the day.

It's fun to watch people's expressions during a conversation,as I nonchalantly take a piece out of my pocket and start munching.
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That's easy! Candied Bacon

1/2 cup brown sugar (or maple syrup)

Directions:
1. Line a baking sheet with foil and set a cooling rack in it.
2. Spread the bacon out over the cooling rack.
3. Rub the brown sugar onto the bacon.
4. Bake in a preheated 350F oven until the bacon reaches the desired crispiness, about 15-20 minutes.
5. Remove from oven and let cool for 5 minutes and then enjoy.

Then use the leftover (as if) in bacon chocolate chip cookies
Just crumble it up and mix it in your cookie dough, or put a inch slice on each cookie.

MMMMMM, bacon!
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bacon is Gods candy bar...
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That's easy! Candied Bacon

1/2 cup brown sugar (or maple syrup)

Directions:
1. Line a baking sheet with foil and set a cooling rack in it.
2. Spread the bacon out over the cooling rack.
3. Rub the brown sugar onto the bacon.
4. Bake in a preheated 350F oven until the bacon reaches the desired crispiness, about 15-20 minutes.
5. Remove from oven and let cool for 5 minutes and then enjoy.

Then use the leftover (as if) in bacon chocolate chip cookies
Just crumble it up and mix it in your cookie dough, or put a inch slice on each cookie.

MMMMMM, bacon!
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One can = one BBLBBTBB samich



Wanna know how to make that even better?
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One can = one BBLBBTBB samich



Wanna know how to make that even better?
Chocolate Spam?
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Chocolate Spam?
Nope. It takes just one condiment.


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Bacon is proof God loves us.


This is why Moslems are forbidden the consumption of pork.


In all seriousness. what man, when making his own breakfast, eats only five thin strips of bacon?


The dude's question is like "What do I do with the other 463 corn kernals after eating my five?" or "What do I do with the other 42 potato chips after I eat my five?"
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I eat bacon on Friday to prove that I'm neither Muslim nor Catholic.
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If I were a Pope, way back, I'd have simply declared bacon a fish and solved that problem.
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