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Kevin's Bacon Caramel

Bacon goes with everything, and this recipe proves it. Bacon Caramel. Everyone likes caramel, so shouldn't adding bacon to it make it even better?

From: http://www.kevincooney.com/archives/000132.php

Bringing home the bacon
A nice plus to making this recipe was that I got to buy a package of bacon. Bacon is not usually something Amy and I have around the house, but it is one of my favorite foods. The recipe only called for about 12 slices, so I got to eat the other 6 in slice form. I decided to cook them before eating.

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The 12 Man Beer Bong

We'd posted a pic about this a while ago, but since then we've been in touch with the creator, "Jeff Barton", and he's been kind enough to send us some pics and text about it all. One of the finest pre-game creations out there, this 12 person beer bong allows up to 23 ounces of beer to the drinker in a matter of seconds! Oh, and don't forget the "Bubbler", just in case you want a small sip beforehand!

From: http://www.myspace.com/12manbeerbong

The 12 Man Beer Bong, which was created by Jeff Barton of Milwaukee, WI, USA, is the only “carted” beer bong of its kind making it the ultimate beer dispensing machine. The beer bong itself is fueled by up to 2 half barrels which fit in within its cart, weighs an astonishing 600 pounds fully loaded and stands over 8.5 feet tall, has a dual tap handle jockey box mounted on it for serving tap beer, and can have its top reservoir filled with up to 6 gallons of beer.

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The NES Chocolate Cartridge

Remember the NES? (Nintendo Entertainment System) Ah, what a fine piece of gaming history that was... blowing on the cartridge, placing it carefully into the slot, and if it didn't work, gently clicking it back into place until it did. Now you can get pure enjoyment without the blowing with the NES Chocolate Cartridge. A one-time effort on Ebay though, so you might have to make your own...

From: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&viewitem=&item=200067484276&rd=1&rd=1

I CALL THIS - NESquick. NES- nes nintendo cartridge shaped Quick- gauranteed to be gone quick once you taste this delicious 100% Milk Chocolate Candy Bar. I used only the finest Austrian Chocolate to make this item. This is my own idea. I put forth many hours into the design and creation of This Retro Candy Video Game Cartridge.

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The Eternal Candy Ball

[via Neatorama] A candy the size of a small football would take quite a while to eat, so the creators decided to film it! This time-lapse video shows the creators/artists Mai Yamashita and Naoto Kobayashi eating the giant candy over a 6 month period. I hope they brushed afterwards!

From: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQyPnGz3CtM

The project began on the day that Yamashita and Kobayashi created a giant candy the size of a football (18cm in diameter). From that day they kept licking the candy day after day for about six months, with the aim of creating an ordinary candy, the kind you can buy on the market. The video work, shot with the artists in profile, records this process. While they were licking, the landscape in the background changed from snowy winter to summer.


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Giant Frites!

Yes, yes they are! But alas, if only they were real...

From: http://flickr.com/photos/psd/39706312/

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A Hummer made out of Gum!

Looking for a bit more color in your Hummer? Why not try skinning your Hummer with gum! Better not park it near a school though...

From: http://www.heidihesse.com/

Sugar Coated, 2004, [Exporting Liberty]
This life-sized gum-ball covered HumVee comments on pop culture and reminds us of soldiers handing candy to children in far-flung countries at war with us. The palette of the gum balls reappears in The Candychromes.

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The World's Largest Homemade Bacon Cheesburger

A mighty claim to be sure! We all know about Denny's and the Clinton Station Diner's efforts, but what about those home made attempts at Supersized Burgers? The Homemade 96'er comes in close, but I think this one is bigger... This one weighed in at 120lb's, but it was for a competition, so does that count? Could this in fact be the World's Largest non-commercially available Home Made Burger? It sure looks pretty big to me!

From: http://youtube.com/watch?v=5dbJl6kYA3k

31 lbs of cheese burger


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Maks makes the Bacon Cheese Bacon Burger!

You may remember Maks from such earlier creations as The Ultimate Bacon Sandwich, or his famous Bacon Cereal. Well, the professor of Pork is at it again, and this time he's created the Bacon Cheese Bacon Burger! Much like you'd mince beef to create a burger patty, Maks makes the patty from 100% pure bacon!

From: http://www.speakeasy.org/~sjmaks/bcb/

...I struggled for months wondering how I could possibly top Bacon Cereal. It can't be done, I thought. Not possible. Then it finally hit me: A bacon burger. No, not a hamburger with bacon on it, but a burger whose base is ground bacon instead of ground beef. It's often been said that there's a fine line between genius and insanity. I think I've blurred that line this time around.

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Brefiss o'champs

i was at a gala event with free flowing grey goose and tux doods shuttling trays of ordirvs. the finger foods didn't dilute the booze too much and by the time we were taken to the afterparty, i was only taking controlled small sips while noshing on sushi.

somewhat prudent (ahem, B.S.) libation rewarded me with the mildest of hangovers in the morning. i celebrated with a brefiss sandwich made on a gourmet toasted baguette slathered with cream cheese (more brefissy than mayo...it worked!), and stuffed with roma tomatoes, fried eggs, and a half pound of bacon. i made two of these monstrosities, and my two sisters could only eat 3/4's of the other one. i reluctantly (ahem, B.S.) volunteered to finish it off...it was so tasty!

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wildwilly's Paradise Burger

Back in college my roommates and I would bbq burgers about every weekend. One weekend I was reminiscing about a little burger shack back in Oregon (King Kone) that served a crazy burger with fried egg. So we pulled everything out of our fridge and started throwing anything on a burger we could find. What we came up with we dubbed "Paradise Burger", the burger so good it will send you to heaven (of a heart attack). It goes a little something like this, two 1/4 pound patties, 2 pieces of cheddar, 2 pieces of swiss, one piece of black forest ham, bacon, and a fried egg on top. We get together about once a year and have a Paradise Burger bbq, the weekend after Easter we got together for our annual Paradise Burger Fest. here are some pics:

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