Sunday, February 1, 2009

LADIES & GENTLEMEN...THE BACON WELLINGTON

As you all know, the "Bacon Explosion" has taken the web - and country - by storm. Bacon aficionados like myself have definitely been excited about the new love for our favorite pork product. But now, my Lebanese friend Rob Morton (see there can be peace in the Middle East) has taken this to the next level.

Words can't describe this (well I guess if you said - bacon & sausage with the addition of CHEESE, EGG and CROISSANT DOUGH - then you could use words).

Ladies & Gentlemen...THE BACON WELLINGTON


















30 comments:

  1. Digg it!

    http://digg.com/food_drink/Ladies_and_Gentlemen_THE_BACON_WELLINGTON

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  2. You will probably think I'm crazy for admitting that when I started to keep kosher (a process that ultimately took 10 years), bacon was the first thing I gave up.

    That said, I think it's certainly an interesting idea for a blog and wish you the best of luck!

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  3. My friend, while my doctor would certainly disagree with me, the "Bacon Wellington" looks like it would be great!

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  4. Epic! I drooled and my cholesterol went up 9 points!

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  5. I can totally Vegan-ize this. Thanks for the recipe! As a long time vegetarian married to a vegan I am always looking for new foods...even scary ones as this.

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  6. I'm really upset that someone looked at this and thought to themselves "I can make a vegan recipe out of this!" I find that to be insulting, offensive and grounds for capital punishment.

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  7. I'm with Andy. Veganism itself should be grounds for capital punishment.

    Gonna make this on the weekend :)

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  8. I have goosebumps.
    I need to make this right now.

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  10. Oh. My. God.

    This is mine. Mine! MINES, I TELLS YA! GISSIT!

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  11. You are sick. Wonderfully splendidly sick.

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  12. Dude -- this just got linked to on Heebmagazine.com

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  13. I just made a video about the Bacon Explosion for my web show, http://snipr.com/d2t7x

    Now i'll have to make The Bacon Wellington.

    thanks for posting this. great to use pillsbury dough, super easy, its got my brain thinking of other stuff to do with it.

    eric.

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  14. sll you need to finish this off is to add 2 scopes of ice cream and lots of hot fudge sauce........

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  15. Wash it down with a Bakon Mary www.bakonvodka.com

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  16. That's it, friends. I"m making this.

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  17. It does not look fab either. Thank God I like pork - we have it almost as much as we have chicken , which is a lot.

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  18. Wonderful looking recipe. I wonder how it would be adding uncased Bratwurst to the Italian sausage?

    For all the vegans and bunny huggers; "There's room for all God's creatures. Right next to the mashed potatoed."

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  19. Vegetables are not food; vegetables are what food eats.

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  20. Vegetarian is a very ancient Native American word for "lousy hunter".

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  21. Bacon covered with scrambled egg is very delicious and a good menu for the breakfast. I am also thinking of preparing this one when I will be home. Thanks for this one!

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  22. its like a giant pig in a blanket

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