Tomorrow is International Bacon Day. Act Accordingly.
In a half ass attempt to celebrate, I attempted today to make Bacon Cupcakes. They may be messy and poorly formed, but I would say I succeeded.
And this is how:
For some reason, I can’t see this being voted for in the Lays Potato chip contest…
And in case you’re curious, they taste like ketchup, but with a fine aftertaste of topsoil.
I’m not going to say much about this, but I would like to note that pretty much every variation I’ve seen of the Caesar online and in print, I’ve never seen onion rings included as a garnish.
Waiting to see the World’s End (single line review: “Best capper to the Cornetto trilogy possible and exceeded all (high) expectations.”. For a longer (and better analysis), Devin Faraci over at Badass Digest is the guy to go to both here and here. You really should go see it.) we popped into the Factory on Granville for a couple pre-movie beers and food. And the Famous Anaconda…
Last weekend was the annual Zombie Walk in Vancouver. Many, many zombies gathered at the Vancouver Art Gallery and then roamed down Robson Street and ended up down in English Bay.
To say I was looking forward to the World’s End would be an understatement. Been rewatching Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz and I’m getting excited to finally catch the capper to the Cornetto Trilogy (or is it the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy?)
Anyways, random food experiment: I’ve heard a few people talk recently about making Beer Floats and this seemed like a decent enough time to try it out.
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