November 17, 2007
Sticky Pig Candy Stripes
10 years ago
a friend of mine who is very fond of, and very good at making candy, makes butter toffee a lot. sometimes she puts bacon in it. IT'S SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOOD!!!
i smell a simpsons episode.
How can you people eat pigs? They're so cute and intelligent. They're as intelligent as dogs. I PROTEST
I expected something like
I'd eat dogs, too, were it socially acceptable.
Well, at least you are an equal opportunity eater.
Bacon covered with pancake syrup is one of the best tasting things ever. I'm sure bacon in brown sugar caramel would be a great candy.
You're just saying this stuff to really gross me out, aren't you?
mmmmm, salt, brown sugar, maple syrup, salmon and smoke =
Raw or smoked salmon strikes me as exceptionally sweet tasting without granishings.
mmmmmmmmmmmm, bacon nangha, nangha, nangha...
y'all know that's like lymph nodes and gristle, right? I wouldn't mind if factory farming wasn't so horrific. And, y'know, if it wasn't
lymph nodes and gristle
. Blecch. Especially when the term "juicy" is used in regards to meat. That's some f@#%d up s--t right there.
It's like a progressive disease. These meat eaters, once they develop the addiction, just eat more and more fat, gristle and lymph nodes. They can't stop, soon everything has meat in it.
Which sounds a bit rude.
Also, why did petebest bowdlerize his curse words in his post? This is MoFi! We
post about swearing
! We expose James Joyce as a
! Fuck you, I'm a dragon!!!
Well, technically I'm trying not to swear this year. It's been interesting, fwiw, ymmv, LOL.
But it's true, some eataraunts don't serve anything without meat in it. Like they had to go out of their way to
meat in things that otherwise wouldn't have any.
want the green beans. That's why they're usually called green beans, see? If I wanted pig fat, I'd ask for the pig fat, but I don't -
the green beans; no pig fat, no cow balls, no squirrel anus -
the green beans plskthx.
> Look, I just want the green beans I was working in Germany some years back and staying at a hotel some distance from the town centre. Fairly late one evening I figured I'd give the hotel restaurant a chance, only to find that there's nothing without meat on the menu except the vegetable side dishes. So I ordered a bunch of sides: carrots, potatoes, and green beans. Of course, the green beans arrive with pieces of bacon. Honestly, wtf is that about? Green beans are fine by themselves.
GREEN BEANS MUST BE SERVED WITH AN ENTOURAGE
I second the German thing. Buying a "cheese and onion tart" for my then veggie GF, I thought I would just check if it was just cheese. I was told, "Yes just cheese. And ham of course."
Oh, and I had some veggie haggis once. Normal haggis is basically the bits of the animal you would normally throw away. Veggie haggis is therefore made from what? Potato peelings and carrot tops? Rhubarb leaves?
"...and that's the story of the first Caramel Cod. I mean, the first Halloween."