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    bacon-wrapped dates

    Soon beer & wine will be available at a Starbucks near you




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    Quote Originally Posted by robertmf View Post
    Soon beer & wine will be available at a Starbucks near you


    Bacon raped (wrapped) dates sound so perverted, they must be damn delish!
    "Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly."

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    Quote Originally Posted by penka View Post
    Bacon raped (wrapped) dates sound so perverted, they must be damn delish!
    Sometimes I will broil bacon-wrapped oysters (Oysters en Brochette)


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    Quote Originally Posted by robertmf View Post
    Sometimes I will broil bacon-wrapped oysters (Oysters en Brochette)
    No oysters for me, thank you. I am straight
    "Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly."

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    Quote Originally Posted by penka View Post
    No oysters for me, thank you. I am straight
    Scallops work well, too, wrapped in bacon as brochette



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    Quote Originally Posted by robertmf View Post
    Scallops work well, too, wrapped in bacon as brochette

    That I readily believe! Scallops, bacon, asparagus....mmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by penka View Post
    That I readily believe! Scallops, bacon, asparagus....mmm.
    Bundles of young asparagus are just coming in at the grocery store. Tasty, but $expensive$



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    Quote Originally Posted by penka View Post
    Bacon raped (wrapped) dates sound so perverted, they must be damn delish!
    Called devils on horseback. Oysters wrapped in bacon=Angels on horseback.
    Both very tasty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobbynumbnuts View Post
    Called devils on horseback. Oysters wrapped in bacon=Angels on horseback.
    Both very tasty!
    I wonder if Rocky Mountain oysters would be good wrapped in bacon




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    Quote Originally Posted by robertmf View Post
    I wonder if Rocky Mountain oysters would be good wrapped in bacon


    I'll let you do the research!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertmf View Post
    I wonder if Rocky Mountain oysters would be good wrapped in bacon


    Or bacon wrapped in Rocky Mountain Oysters

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    does not work...

    [QUOTE=robertmf;1291516]I wonder if Rocky Mountain oysters would be good wrapped in bacon

    only -a la portuguese-, sauteed onions and tomatoes, lots of garlic and parsley or cilantro, a good measure of white wine. fresh crusty french bread. bottle of GOOD -vino tavola-!
    by the way, prunes, with no stones, wrapped in bacon make also a nice snack. the sweet prune and the salty/smoky taste of bacon, not to bad...
    There is no greater treasure then pleasure....

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    Why not go the whole hog
    Let's face it anything wrapped in bacon is scrummy.......I love these very Christmas treats pork cocktail sausages wrapped in bacon......nyam , myam ,nyam

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    Dried apricots are also very yummy wrapped in bacon.
    Shearing piglets for too much sqealing and too little wool.

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