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Category archives for Bacon

Bacon Camp

Oh, damn, I missed Bacon Camp. Well I’ll just have to go camping myself 🙂 Also: Colored Bacon and Bacon cupcakes.

Bacon Overload

Bacon has been overflowing my inbox. Some bits… Hahaha: Email and Bacon. Also: Kosher Fail. Bringing home the bacon. I bring it home every night. Your own Bacon Jesus. Someone to hear your prayers. Someone who cares (enough to harden you arteries.) Then of course there is the double down. Always when you’ve got hard…

My First Bacon

A bunch of you sent me Like my father used to say when we’d cook Bacon: “Check your toes!” Also, someone is addicted…to bacon salt. I tried it on popcorn and I have to say that I wasn’t hooked. But then again I like “Spike” on my popcorn. And, on a not so safe for…

2010 Pi Day Contest

Scienceblogs and Serious Eats are teaming up this year for the 2010 Pi Day Bake-Off. I wonder if Mrs. Pontiff is up to defending her crown?

Quantum Bacon

And here I thought I was the king (err Pontiff) of quantum Bacon, but no: follow @kenfagerdotcom on twitter who describes himself as “Inventor of Quantum Bacon and accomplished lover.”

Bacon Misc

Jorge and Mark send along some Bacon news: NSFW: Effects of Bacon on Male Performance. Nuff said. Bacon and Egg Sandwiches are the best. Ruminations Bacon deserts. Mmm bacon toffee truffles.

Some Wonderful Magical Animal

An entire world made of bacon and cold cuts (thanks Jorge) “Mmm … unexplained bacon”

@dabacon Shameless Self-Promotion

The Shorty Awards have a category called “bacon.” Your vote for @dabacon will, I promise, result in a great increase in your pork-based karma. And voting doesn’t even clog your arteries!

Bacon Brains

Jorge sends along an almost timely piece: The traditional English breakfast is not normally associated with good health. But scientists have found that eating a plate of bacon and eggs could help pregnant women boost the intelligence of their unborn child. Women are usually given a list of foods to avoid during pregnancy and it…

We are stardust. We Are Bacon.

Katherine passes along an amusing article about Bacon: As America’s bacon-frenzy illustrates, when culture, technology and economy allow mankind the option of unlimited bacon — for bacon to fill every moment and aspect of its life — Mankind will hit the “Bacon Me” button like an unhinged mandrill. In David Lynch’s Dune, when Kyle gnomically…