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Discussion in 'The Watering Hole' started by Green Jello, Mar 1, 2013.
Or maybe just roll 'em in butter!
I'm told that there's a song - Makin' Bacon Pancakes. I don't know if it comes from the Adventure Time show. Based on the song, my friend cooked some bacon, broke it up into bits, and added them to pancake batter. There was nothing really wrong with it, but the whole was not any greater than the sum of its parts.
Now, pouring the batter over the bacon strips as pictured seems like a much better idea. I'll have to give that a try. It works for a fried egg, so why not? For that matter, why not both at once? (An egg, ringed with six half length bacon strips, and covered with pancake batter. Yum!)
Nuttin' but a breakfast hotdog. mmmmm
Tried it. GOOD.
Overruling out of order. Advantage: Bacon Panckaes.
A "meat" on/in a "bread" has been the ubiquitous food item since early days of human kind, across cultures and across time. Including such classics as the "wonton", "sandwich", and of course, the "bacon pancake".
I have no issue with battered bacon (until people go off the rails and start putting syrup on meat....) but I can't begin to describe how much I despise that acid trip of a video
What's the navy got to do with this? This is the Space Force!
I’ve got to frame that for my wife
Dunno 'bout the Navy, but okay, the video is very much a weird acid trip!
And, like you, I was skeptical of syrup on meat, until I tried bacon pancakes. Not too much syrup, mind you. Unlike my future XYL, I'm not into drowning a pancake or waffle with syrup. Just a touch will do.
I know what I'm fixing for breakfast tomorrow morning...
(shorter version, without the New York remix involved)
Nope. I dont even find mcgriddles good tasting
I am not a big mcgriddle fan, but in general (real maple) syrup on any breakfast pork product = YUM. I will die on this hill if necessary.
And you won't die alone, my friend...
Correct. The number on that hill will be huge. And the cause will be mostly heart disease.
I'm not a syrup guy. I'll be on the next hill over. The one with breakfast pork product slathered in egg yolk. They'll find me clutching my chest, face down in a pile of sunny side up eggs and sausage links.
MAN! What a glorious way to die.
Fair warning, there's some salty language in this Jimmy Dean sausage complaint call.
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