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    Omg! Omg! Omg! Omg! Omg!

    If bacon is the best food ever, and any food is improved by the Tempuraizing process, then this has got to be the food equivalent of crack cocaine.

    Tempura Bacon



    Bacon strips battered in Panko bread crumbs then deep fried and served with soy sauce.

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    I think I heard my circulatory system-screaming in agony.
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    I'd eat that.

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    Followed closely by deep fried oreos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdaddy
    Followed closely by deep fried oreos.

    I think I just threw up a bit in my mouth (again).
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    I'm salivating like Pavlov's mutt.
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    . . . followed by this . . .
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    On DDD's last night Guy was at a place that wrapped a hotdog in bacon and then deep fried it. Mmmmmm bacon dog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc
    I think I just threw up a bit in my mouth (again).
    Might I suggest a deep fried pickle to help remove that barfy aftertaste.

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    Sounds like the typical food served at any of the fine establishments here in the greater Birmingham, Alabama area
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    Everything goes better with bacon bits..........even bacon.
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    Reminds me of the Sonoran hotdog, popular in northern Mexico and southern Arizona. You get a hotdog, wrap it in bacon and grill it. Put it in a bun, cover it with beans, onions, cheese, peppers and mayonaisse. That's right, mayo. They sound weird but they're delicious! Here's what they look like:



    EDIT: This was in reference to the deep-fried bacon hotdog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb
    Reminds me of the Sonoran hotdog, popular in northern Mexico and southern Arizona. You get a hotdog, wrap it in bacon and grill it. Put it in a bun, cover it with beans, onions, cheese, peppers and mayonaisse. That's right, mayo. They sound weird but they're delicious! Here's what they look like:



    EDIT: This was in reference to the deep-fried bacon hotdog.
    That looks awsome.
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    my mom used to wrap a hotdog in cheese, wrap that in a flour tortilla, spear it with a toothpick, then fry it. it was then served under chili, whicg was topped with more cheese. sometimes bacon would make it into the tortilla wrap. and bacon bits on top of teh chilicheese.

    i wonder why i had to wear toughskins...

    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb
    Reminds me of the Sonoran hotdog, popular in northern Mexico and southern Arizona. You get a hotdog, wrap it in bacon and grill it. Put it in a bun, cover it with beans, onions, cheese, peppers and mayonaisse. That's right, mayo. They sound weird but they're delicious! Here's what they look like:



    EDIT: This was in reference to the deep-fried bacon hotdog.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weltyed
    i wonder why i had to wear toughskins...


    I wore Toughskins too! The "husky" size!

    I'm in better shape now though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb


    I wore Toughskins too! The "husky" size!

    I'm in better shape now though.
    I wore Toughskins too but mine were the slims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azpeterb


    What explosive diarrhea may look like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaeP
    . . . followed by this . . .
    the only time I've tried a deep fried twinky, the actual twinky had meltz0red inside the breading, leaving nothing but mouth-searing sugar-juice. not so tasty atmo.
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    Bacon is so 2008. The new trendy comfort food is meatloaf.




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    My oversized meatloaf just torpedoed this thread.

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    Why yes, that IS code.

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    holy massive photo, batman!
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    Sonoran hotdogs are actually good. Really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brick Tamland
    What explosive diarrhea may look like.
    Nah, you only get that if your daily fat consumtion gets too low and you try to bring it back up too fast.
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    Fried pickels are awesome.

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