Nothing isn’t awesome about bacon pancakes and baking pies into a cake.

Oct 11, 2010 By Abraham 16

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    1. Crystal Malek says:

      Thanks for that link! Sadly, this is exactly what some in my family consume as snack food. My bro will especially get a laugh out of it. I think he’s made that all bacon sandwich a few times.

  1. Dianne says:

    There’s the whole turducken thing, though maybe that’s too high-falutin’ for this inquiry.

    Then there’s this, which goes in an annoyingly nutritious and self-consciously gourmet direction, so maybe it doesn’t count:
    http://boingboing.net/2010/10/06/howto-make-cool-look.html
    Cute for the first two seconds you look at it, then you think about actually eating one. Bleah.

    So actually, maybe I got nuthin’ after all.

    But I really want that Iowa pitcher.

  2. Bethany says:

    Anyone ever had chocolate gravy and biscuits? Delicious, buttery biscuits and thick, homemade chocolate gravy… so, so good!

    1. Dianne says:

      I’d never heard of that. Is there a difference between chocolate gravy and regular old chocolate (or fudge) sauce?

  3. Carl says:

    Iowa representing with the bacon pancakes. Which isn’t surprising since the Iowa State Fair has the most heart-stoppingly spectacular culinary combos all in one place– and all on sticks. I must admit being partial to the fried oreos.

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