• McGee


  • I must be missing a step cause I burned my last batch

  • Zalo

    Way too many ingredients here. I prefer her “Late Night Bacon”.


    • Piri

      omg, the comments on that link are priceless!

      “I tried this with 3 pieces of bacon and the sub-atomic structure of the bacon changed and turned into a exact replica of a signed copy of Agatha Christie’s miss Marple: the mirror cracked form side to side. I then tried using frozen bacon and that just caught on fire.”

      • Rampage_Rick

        Sort by “most helpful” = epic win!

        “hey y’all – a cup of melted butter makes a terrific bacon side dip.”
        -Paula Deen


        Well, I was hosting a late-night get together and there were a large number of people coming (over 100 and I didn’t have time to microwave each batch. So I used a whole hog, and a regular towel. It wouldn’t fit in the microwave so I just used my dryer (which is on the second floor at the top of our stairs. I set it to high and put it on for 4 hours and push start. The party starts a couple hours later, and I go into the house to check on the pig, and my dryer is shaking violently. I run up stairs and open it, and this massive spinning, flaming hog barrels down the stairs and kills 2 people. However, it was cooked perfectly, would try again!
        Pros: Very tasty!
        Cons: im going to jail

  • WordyGrrl

    Imma guess Rachel’s seen Paula Deen’s recipe for English Peas and is feeling competitive!