Here's Rachael's guide for making "Late Night Bacon." They're having a lot of fun with it in the comments section.
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"Does anyone have a good recipe for Banana? I typically take one from the bunch, peel it, discard the peel and eat it. But I feel like I am missing something. Any recipe for Orange would be helpful too."
"Whole pork belly.
Children weeping in the background.
There is nothing finer, in this world or any other. "
"That's not what "late night bacon" means in my house."
"My bacon kept overlapping. I will not be remaking."
Rumormonger: I heard that RR was doing the dirty with John Mayer. Maybe she's too busy to come up with complex recipes, with all that Mayer-lovin'.
Oh but also it's NOT, says Giada.
Really? Giada?! This is why I come to this site: clarity.
That Giada blog in addition to being a hilarious response, has some spacing problems I would like to work with them on. Also: Mayer is such bad news for PR he has to be 'crisis managed' now???
john mayer is good lookin' – he could get any tv show cooking host he wanted…
Commenter Fooley wins:
"Made this. I crossed the strips and experienced total prosciuttic reversal. My hunger increased exponentially and every sodium molecule in my kitchen exploded at the speed of light."
Rachael Ray, always teaching people to continue being the horrible cooks they were before she came into their lives.
The absence of smashed Ritz crackers, a box of chicken stock, and a tablespoon of extra-virgin olive oil suggests that Ms. Ray had nothing to do with this.
I think you meant EVOO
What I found most amusing about this is that the post dates to September 2004, and was apparently just rediscovered.
Food Network Humor posted this first, on November 8th. Just saying.
Bacon is my favorite and I tried to make her recipe for beacon and I am so impressed it was perfectly delicious. - Kris Krohn
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