From: email@example.com (Arthur Levesque) Newsgroups: alt.religion.kibology,alt.fan.tom-servo,alt.music.eminem, alt.duke.basketball Subject: Re: Funny names for food? Date: 1 Feb 2001 14:31:36 GMT Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Arthur>The other night, I made one of my famous Super Pork Bacon Bombs Arthur>for dinner... Poot Rootbeer>Post recipe or retract. SUPER PORK BACON BOMB A recipe by Arthur Levesque, email@example.com Take a big pork roast (one of those thingies that's actually two pieces tied together with string). Cut the strings to separate the pieces, and cook for about half an hour at 300F. While that's cooking, brown some sausage meat and ham (cut into little squares) in a pan; some onions and seasoning may also be added if desired. Once the sausage is fully cooked, added some grated cheese (cheddar or swiss works well) and stir until the cheese is melted. Remove pork from oven. Put one of the pork pieces on top of the other, with a layer of ham/sausage/cheese stuffing in the middle. Put back in the oven for another half hour. Remove from oven. Flip the whole thing over (carefully, so pig parts don't go flying all over) and wrap with bacon. Take some toothpicks, each with a slice of pepperoni impaled on it, and use those (a row on each side of the roast) to hold the bacon in place. Bake in the oven for another half hour. Cut in half to make sure the roast is fully cooked (if you see pink, cook it some more). When finished, cut into slices and serve. This recipe originally grew out of a joke; but tastes so good, I've made it a few times. It's popular with everyone who's been brave enough to try it; and if you choose the right ingredients (type of sausage, pepperoni, cheese, etc.) it has no carbohydrates and is great for people on the Atkin's diet. Someone recently told me that "that sounds like something Elvis would eat." Warning -- this is about as treyif (non-Kosher) as you can get, without adding shrimp. Jewish people are advised to not even be in the same building as the Bacon Bomb. Wayland>Don't do it Arthur! It sounds dangerous enough on its own, but Wayland>if you give it to someone who already has the name Poot...dear Wayland>God, I'm scared of the consequences. For heaven's sake, get a grip on yourself, man! It's not like I'm giving him the recipe for my famous Mexican Lasagna!! -- /\ Arthur M Levesque 2A4W <*> firstname.lastname@example.org =/\= http://boog.org __ \B\ack King of the Potato People <fnord> "Ia! Ia! Cthulhu fhtagn!" (oO) \S\lash Member of a vast right-wing conspiracy (-O-) Urban Spaceman /||\ \/ I was a lesbian before it was fashionable "I hate rainbows!"-EC  Times are approximate; I tend to keep an eye on what I'm cooking until it looks right.  I find it works best to lay strips of bacon out, lay the pork on top, and then lay another layer of bacon on top of that.  Not lengthwise, you idiot!  I usually cut in between the bacon slices.  Or state, if possible
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