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Old 06-04-2011, 02:47 PM   #15
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That's health

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Wheres the biscuits and gravy?
That's healthy, isn't it?

I do love Grits and butter though.
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Old 06-04-2011, 02:48 PM   #16
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oooops ..my bad on the tomato!
We cook bacon every other day for breakfast in the rig. Once all the windows are open the great smell of bacon quickley disappears.
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Old 06-04-2011, 02:52 PM   #17
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Wheres the biscuits and gravy?
That's dinner!
If you used up the bacon grease making gravy at breakfast, what would you fry the grits, spam, and eggs in?
This way, all the tasty leftover grease from breakfast- along with the plate scrapings- forms a base for a nice "milk gravy"- just sprinkle some flour in there, scrounge it around, and add milk!
The perfect complement (or camouflage) to the fire-blackened meat of your choice and your dutch oven biscuits...

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Old 06-04-2011, 03:06 PM   #18
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Yum Yum!!!
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Old 06-04-2011, 03:34 PM   #19
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Yum Yum!!!
Greg, you are a man of many words ......lol

You get more said in two words than I do in a whole paragraph!<_<
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Old 06-04-2011, 06:59 PM   #20
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My stomach has never been able to handle a large breakfast. A glass of juice is a must, usually OJ. With that might be 2 slices of toast, a bowl of cereal or oatmeal, or once a week I'll make a waffle or 3-5 small pancakes. BTW, my wife started making syrup out of Mapleine a year ago, and we like it way better than the bottled stuff.

Today I broke from the usual and made a strawberry-banana smoothie (2 bananas, 4 large strawberries, 1/2 cup milk and a bit of sugar). It filled me up.
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Old 06-04-2011, 07:35 PM   #21
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Ok...I admit

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My stomach has never been able to handle a large breakfast. A glass of juice is a must, usually OJ. With that might be 2 slices of toast, a bowl of cereal or oatmeal, or once a week I'll make a waffle or 3-5 small pancakes. BTW, my wife started making syrup out of Mapleine a year ago, and we like it way better than the bottled stuff.

Today I broke from the usual and made a strawberry-banana smoothie (2 bananas, 4 large strawberries, 1/2 cup milk and a bit of sugar). It filled me up.
I admit that I am TRYING to do some healthy stuff. My wife is fixing these Green Smoothie things.......they are kinda gross. She says they are healthy. My problem is they just don't stick with me. The smoothies last about an hour and I'm starved. I'm thinking maybe of coming up with a Bacon Smoothie. I'll keep you guys posted on what the receipe is. Maybe a chocolate bacon smoothie? Anyone wishing to help me with this?
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Old 06-04-2011, 07:55 PM   #22
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I found it!

Go here and they have the bacon smoothie!

Bacon Smoothie Recipe - Back to Bakas | Back to Bakas

I'll try it monday!
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I'm sorry, Lew...
Green things aren't good for you when you're camping...
Never mix bacon with anything green under this very specialized circumstance!
If you simply must have the crunch of the "L" on a BLT, for example, you'd be wise to use Doritos instead of the lettuce leaf.
I'm telling you this for your own good, you understand...

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I just read about a 13 YO that has started a business making manly scented candles.
He has a bacon scented candle for those of you that don't have the time to fry up a batch
man-can.com is his website.
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Old 06-05-2011, 05:41 AM   #25
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I just read about a 13 YO that has started a business making manly scented candles.
He has a bacon scented candle for those of you that don't have the time to fry up a batch
man-can.com is his website.
John
That's interesting. We have our home up for sale at this time and I'm wondering if we should burn one of those during the open house?

Opinions anyone?
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I'm sorry, Lew...
Green things aren't good for you when you're camping...
Never mix bacon with anything green under this very specialized circumstance!
If you simply must have the crunch of the "L" on a BLT, for example, you'd be wise to use Doritos instead of the lettuce leaf.
I'm telling you this for your own good, you understand...

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thanks Francesca........I had a good laugh this morning. Nice way to start the day!
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That's dinner!
If you used up the bacon grease making gravy at breakfast, what would you fry the grits, spam, and eggs in?
This way, all the tasty leftover grease from breakfast- along with the plate scrapings- forms a base for a nice "milk gravy"- just sprinkle some flour in there, scrounge it around, and add milk!
The perfect complement (or camouflage) to the fire-blackened meat of your choice and your dutch oven biscuits...

Francesca
I sure could go for your biscuits n gravy with a pile o bacon on the side right now
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Good to know Peter...I was hoping since its a small space and with the range hood going and the roof vent open it would air out quickly(since my wife is vegetarian and not a big fan of the smell of fried goods )...guess its back to the outside stove for me and my bacon...
"Fried" is my favorite kind...of anything.

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