Monday, November 24, 2008

Happy Halloween, I mean, Happy Thanksgiving

Right after writing about the bacon narcotic, I got a lot of emails/links regarding bacon. Just too many to post. But this one just had to be posted. It is terrifying to look at, yet I know someone is drooling over his keyboard right now, searching for the recipe on Google.

What the HELL is this thing? We've all seen the turducken, but this is simply ridiculous. This looks like a freshly skinned zebra in the Safari. I'm going to have nightmares for as long as I live.

Anyway, drink lots of gravy and enjoy the gift of cholesterol! Thanks to Jwong for the pic.

15 comments:

H. C. said...

Scary indeed, but just imagine all the rendered fat you'll have in the pan after roasting!!!

Mark M. said...

Shall we eat that with some fava beans and a nice Chianti??

maybelle's mom said...

gross but compelling; I feel as if I have seen heaven...

One Food Guy said...

Forget the turkey, just roast a pork butt and call it a day. Happy Thanksgiving!

MissGreenTea said...

That just doesn't look appetizing at all...I'm not hungry anymore. But!... I'm sure it's delicious. I think it'd look prettier when the bacon is crisped.

Tokyoastrogirl said...

Oh Gawd....this is truly the definition of "too much of a good thing." Gross. GROSS!

gaga said...

Eeww, that's gross! But probably so good too, lol.

KirkK said...

Sheesh - I'm wandering what spawned that mass of saturated fat??? On second thought, I really don't want to know what mom & dad look like!

Anonymous said...

Scary stuff!!!!

A little recommendation, I found these to be so delicious and useful in my kitchen: http://bajoseasonedsalts.com/

Cheers.

John

Foodista said...

That's spooky...but maybe nothing can be worse than chicken fried bacon

Mike S. said...

Heh. The first time I did Thanksgiving away from my family was my junior year of college. We stuffed the turkey with homemeade cornbread stuffing, slipped little bits of butter under the skin (like mommy taught me) and then wrapped the whole thing in bacon, for good measure.

It was freaking delicious.

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KirkK said...

Hey Dylan - Major congrats!!!

shoe fiend said...

dude this bacon turkey is scary.
yay for international time zones! i am up because of jet lag - i can't wait to see your posts on the food there. i love capirinhas. i know you guys are diligently working on your photos/posts =]

and yea, ryan got my a dslr (nikon d80). have fun and take care!

kim* said...

o hmy gosh lol!

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