[MEAT] Pig AM Love

Posted by Gcrush 
mcfitch (Admin)
Do NOT take fattening foods away from white middle America. Bad idea lady.
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mcfitch Wrote:
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> Do NOT take fattening foods away from white middle
> America. Bad idea lady.


Werd up. Americans have it sooooo good, but they want it sooooo bad. It's the veritable amerikanischgeist. The fat kid shouting, "Don't take away my bacon!" is really just a metaphor for the central tension that defines American culture.
----'channels Sanjeev'---

"Don't take away mah BACON!" clearly shows the kid's oppressive baggage bubbling to the surface.
Sanjeev (Admin)
hehe

...I don't even have to say it anymore! ;P
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Does anyone still care about Bacon? It's sooo 2009. Officially marking the death of Bacon's resurgence in popularity is Teh Bacon Envelop. Bacon has totally sold out. There's nothing left that someone hasn't slathered artificial bacon flavoring all over. A damn, dirty shame.

In other news, Hipster Internets tells me that the cool pork product for 2010 will be hog jowls. Prepare yourselves accordingly.

Myself, I'm betting on canned Deviled Ham. I've already stocked the larder with hundreds of cases. When the shortage hits I'm gonna drop that shit on Ebay for mad profits.
mcfitch (Admin)
YOU DON'T TALK THAT WAY ABOUT BACON!!!
-Mason

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Matthewalt "I actually kinda LIKE that approach! You know: let's make a TOY. Remember those? Products designed to be played with without breaking? DO YOU REMEMBER, LOVE?!"
Gcrush Wrote:
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> Myself, I'm betting on canned Deviled Ham. I've
> already stocked the larder with hundreds of cases.
> When the shortage hits I'm gonna drop that shit
> on Ebay for mad profits.

Man, oh, man, (back when I used to eat this stuff) did I love me some Deviled Ham...

More serious than thou
MMMMmmm...

I gots me my Deluxe Bacon Wallet from Mr.Baconace himself in 2009, so I guess I totally rode the hip wave at the right time.
Seriously, guys - hog jowls are good eatins. They're a staple in southern food. You can sub them for bacon in stews and beans for about 1/10th the cost. Not that bacon is expensive or anything, but it is totally overpaid these days for all the work it is doing. Seriously, when's the last time it had a serious dramatic role?
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Despite contrary reports bacon is still all the rage.

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Anavel Wrote:
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> Despite contrary reports bacon is still all the
> rage.
>
> [www.uncrate.com]


Bacon salt and baconaise were awful because they contained no real bacon essence. They just stank like hot dogs. I see no reason why hot dog stank popcorn would be a good thing...
I hate having to eat dead animals. Pigs are cute and smart, despite being so tasty, and it sickens me when I think of the horrible conditions animals have to go through. Meat is murder. Tasty, tasty murder.
Finally there might be an answer - I researched this (in relation to a cloning project some colleagues were working on) a while ago, and I am glad they are making progress.
> Animal rights group Peta has welcomed the laboratory-grown meat, announcing that >"as far as we're concerned, if meat is no longer a piece of a dead animal there's >no ethical objection while the Vegetarian Society remained skeptical.

Hypocrites... why is the whole cow 'alive' but the cells aren't?




Won't someone think of the cells?



EDIT: It won't take long for some 'genius' to realize that yes, this is basically cloning, and freak out anyway.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/02/2009 04:45PM by Prometheum5.
the Thanksgiving turkey this year had about 3 lbs of BACON infused herb garlic butter under the skin, then rubbed on the outside and finally whatever was left we melted and injected into the flesh... let me tell you what, the bacon made the dish dudes.... it made the dish..... oh, we also rendered an entire package of bacon and put the fat into the stuffing... and also ate the bacon.... that's the problem when you cook while consuming mass quantities of alcoholic beverages, the food ends up tasting awesome, but it sure as hell will kill you if you eat enough of it O_o....
I can't think of a nicer way to go out.

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Prometheum5 Wrote:
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> > Animal rights group Peta has welcomed the
> laboratory-grown meat, announcing that >"as far as
> we're concerned, if meat is no longer a piece of a
> dead animal there's >no ethical objection while
> the Vegetarian Society remained skeptical.
>
> Hypocrites... why is the whole cow 'alive' but the
> cells aren't?
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>
>
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> Won't someone think of the cells?
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> EDIT: It won't take long for some 'genius' to
> realize that yes, this is basically cloning, and
> freak out anyway.
Prometheum5 Wrote:
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> > Animal rights group Peta has welcomed the
> laboratory-grown meat, announcing that >"as far as
> we're concerned, if meat is no longer a piece of a
> dead animal there's >no ethical objection while
> the Vegetarian Society remained skeptical.
>
> Hypocrites... why is the whole cow 'alive' but the
> cells aren't?

> Won't someone think of the cells?

> EDIT: It won't take long for some 'genius' to
> realize that yes, this is basically cloning, and
> freak out anyway.

Nothing kills great leaps in science like large, irrational emotion-based organizations like PETA. How many ugly little endangered insects are PETA actively seeking to protect? Their organization should be PETCA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Cute Animals).
There's a great episode of Penn and Teller's Bullshit about that lovey-dovey group...
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Go to the casino section for a chance to win a week/year/decade worth of bacon.
Edit: Woops - sorry, just for Canucks.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/11/2009 02:43PM by bt1.
RainBot Wrote:
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> I hate having to eat dead animals. Pigs are cute
> and smart, despite being so tasty, and it sickens
> me when I think of the horrible conditions animals
> have to go through. Meat is murder. Tasty, tasty
> murder.
> Finally there might be an answer - I researched
> this (in relation to a cloning project some
> colleagues were working on) a while ago, and I am
> glad they are making progress.


I don't mind eating dead plants or animals. Or live ones. I'm like the Noble Native 'Merican in that I eat all parts of all planimals without prejudice. I have seriously never walked away from "food" and probably never will.

Still, factory farming is a distasteful practice. But that's the moral price we pay for getting hamburgers down to $1 each. America is eating its moral fiber one value meal at a time...

Reading the comments at the bottom of that article made me (more) retarded. I'm ready to eat long-pig bacon now...
Got an applewood-smoked bacon dark-chocolate bar the other day. It was bacony smooth. Let those uppity French cooks have their veal-stock, heavy cream, and duck fat. Real people know that pig fat is where it's at.
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The ultimate BLT:

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everybody loves bacon

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Bacon At-At

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for something that is a bit more serious,

for someone serious about pig meat, go to Lauburu in Omotesando, for the best pork chop and cassoulet. Awesome.

also buta-gumi in Nishi Azabu for some iberico pork katsu.


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-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
"It’s hard to enjoy this site like I did before when we very rarely get details or descriptions of what is in the pictures anymore. Please ask submitters to include the descriptions when they send in their pics. How are we supposed to tell what that tank is made up of??"

This post made me smile. Apparently people pine for the "good ol' days" everywhere else too.
Sanjeev (Admin)
I'm guessing it's made of meat products...
Jeez, are these people blind? That's an all-ham chassis with a sausage patty (which always reminds me of "breakfast-for-lunch day" at my elementary school cafeteria) turret, a sausage-caliber cannon and bacon-wrapped reactive armor plating!

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH
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This guy kind of seems like a pretentious food snob (I think he's off base ranking Wendy's as the worst of the fast-food-chain burgers, too) but the best part of this article is when he makes the case for why bacon IS America.

"The small farm is the U.S.'s glory and never more so than when making bacon. As somebody with a bone-deep love of bacon and an almost-Ph.D. in U.S. history ("all but defended," as they say in academia), I am gratified to think of these independent farms continuing a tradition that goes back to the earliest days of precolonial settlement in the U.S. Pigs were the only livestock many settlers took with them, and they ran as free as their owners did, foraging and feeding on their own, and then, once bumped off for the greater good, getting preserved by salt and sugar and smoke. It was the best and often the only nonperishable protein anyone had access to — and the only source of revenue as well."

-Paul Segal

"Oh, the anger is never far, never far." -SteveH



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/10/2010 06:58PM by asterphage.
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I will have to investigate this. Jones Co. is local to Seattle.

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Go there.... watch all the videos.... you won't be disappointed... these guys make Mason look like the KING GOD Vegan...
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To boldly go where no bacon has gone before...

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Anavel Wrote:
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> To boldly go where no bacon has gone before...
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> [uncrate.com]


"Like the McRib of sex"

Unfortunately, that slogan will probably work.

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