And whats for dessert?Deep fried Twinkies?
I’d try a cardiologist first. Or try pouring some Mylanta over the cable box.
wasn’t that incredibly salty? [xx(]
Some (and also CostCo I think) do sell chopped pancetta.
Then could I suggest a version using blue cheese rather than mozzarella. I just love blue cheese bacon burgers and I can’t get them any more where I used to (Hamburger Mary’s in San Francisco–closed).
Actually the pictures clogged my Internet connection.
Should I call the cable guy or a plumber to solve the problem?
I wonder why supermarkets don’t sell ground bacon??
Wonder how it would taste with some maple and apple smoked bacon instead?
Photokirk, I salute you.
While in Milwaukee it’s not that hard to find deep fried jalapeno’s or at least jalapeno poppers, they seem to be made of heat free peppers. Why?
That’s a job best done at home if you want any good ones.
That’s my site.
The first burger was better than the deep-fried one. It was had to get the bacon cooked in the fryer without burning the outside.
Deep-fried jalapenos are served in heaven.
I looked around that site a little and there is another version that is just the ground bacon patties fried in a skillet. That looks pretty good and while still not something that should be eaten all the time, not nearly as bad as the cheese stuffed, breaded, deep fried version.
If I ate one of those, I really would get so fat that I’d have to run for Sheriff… hey, I sure couldn’t run and hide.
Not Popping Buttons Off Yet, Ort. Carlton in Amazing 30601-land.
I feel my arties clogging right now.. In fact, I am getting out of breath.. Cant breath.. My chest hurts..
Someone,, please, quickly…. call 911!HURRY!
Not sure I like the batter idea. Overall concept, yes.
In looking at the photos and reading the text I’m thinking that if the cook had used a hoagie roll or horizontally-sliced loaf of French or Italian bread he could’ve made the patty thinner and more oblong, and gotten it to cook more evenly. But that would also require a bigger fryer.
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