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Well sort of.



Bacon & Brussels Sprout Risotto


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I can't describe my horror when opening this thread to be confronted with something that looks like vegetables.
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Why don't you just throw some corn in it, also? The bacon is already ruined. :p





... I dis-like corn about as much as you do.
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It actually sounds pretty good, except for the brussels sprouts.
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I thought this would be a bacon making recipe.  First you gotta kill a hog, then you gotta build a smoke house....
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That is NOT a Bacon recipe....


....THIS is a Bacon recipe!




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I think I'd like mustard on my turtle.
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Mmmmmm, bacon and sprouts together,  all you need is some beet relish!
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Okay, so I made this last night.  Ashamedly, I admit to slightly over-cooking the bacon (probably from drinking the wine that was left over after the 1/2 cup called for in the recipe) but it was really yummy!!!!  The barley was a nice spin on risotto.  Also baked some white wine and spices marinated chicken.  Perfecto!!!

Thanks for sharing the recipe!!


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Should I get a shoat and butcher him for cooking over the fire at HOTB. I love Cushion De Lait.
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I have to admit, that turtle recipe is disturbing!

Call it over-sensitive, but I like turtles and cant see eating or cooking them. Or frogs. There isnt a turtle population problem that would justify killing them IMO.
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I have to admit, that turtle recipe is disturbing!

Call it over-sensitive, but I like turtles and cant see eating or cooking them. Or frogs. There isnt a turtle population problem that would justify killing them IMO.

Fair enough.  But there is a human population problem.  How do you feel about soylent green?
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Yeah, what she said!!!!

Now Im hungry, must find bacon....
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Should I get a shoat and butcher him for cooking over the fire at HOTB. I love Cushion De Lait.

A shoat, as in couchon, would be awesome.  Cushion?  No.  I don't care if it's cotton, wool, polyester, or any other fabric - no amount of lait will make it taste good.
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Call it over-sensitive, but I like turtles and cant see eating or cooking them. Or frogs. There isnt a turtle population problem that would justify killing them IMO.

You do realize those aren't actually turtles don't you?

http://bacontoday.com/bacon-turtle-burgers/
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... I dis-like corn about as much as you do.

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Sorry Reuben. The autocorrect on this phone doesn't speak Cajun.

ChuckD threatened to pull his Texas sized BBQ trailer. Quite overkill for one shoat.
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Mmmm, I was invited to a cochon de lait today to watch the game, but I yell way too much to watch a game AND actually enjoy the cochon de lait in civilized company!

On a side note, one of my friends had written in his will that he wanted a cochon de lait party instead of a funeral.  That was *the*best* funeral party I've ever attended!!  :)


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