Hungry? In the mood for a movie? Want to satisfy both cravings at once? Well, thanks to my daughter’s local movie theater, you can!
Jessica’s local movie theater serves up first-run films and food, delivered right to your seat – during the film! It’s a surprisingly non-distracting way to eat, drink and enjoy a movie – like the burger I ordered!
Settle down before the film, place your order with the server, and as the movie rolls, you have a nice meal and some drinks…just another reason to love Hollywood!
Now, onto more bacon news:
In case you don’t know, Poutine is a fast food dish that originated in Quebec and can now be found across Canada, and is also found in some places in the northern United States. Here’s what it is:
French fries topped with cheese curds and SMOTHERED in gravy like so:
But of course, the great thing about bacon is that it can top ANYTHING! Like this poutine:
You’ve got your fires, your curds, your gravy…AND LOTS AND LOTS OF BACON!
And now onto something just a bit crazy:
STUFF ME! STUFF ME! STUFF ME!
It’s a burger that has been stuffed with cheese – so much so that when you cut it in half…well, you see what happened, it spilled its guts!
And now from the crazy to the absurd:
BEHOLD THE PEANUT BUTTER BACON BURGER!
IT’S EXACTLY WHAT YOU THINK IT IS: A HUGE CHEESEBURGER TOPPED WITH BACON AND SLATHERED WITH PEANUT BUTTER….
Can’t see it clearly? Well, light up the night with your DIY Bacon Fat Candle!
If you love bacon – and the scent of sizzling pork belly – you will need to use up all the leftover bacon fat. Kill two pigs with one stone by making bacon fat candles!
Squidoo user GetFreeRecipes posted that not only are bacon fat candles easy to make, but you can also pour the hot bacon fat candle drippings over any foods that need a bacon flavor injection.
To make the candle all you need to do is pour bacon fat in a small glass container; anything from a shot glass to a large beverage glass is fine depending on how much bacon fat you have on hand. After the fat comes to room temperature put it in your fridge for several hours then add a wick by drilling a hole in the solidified fat and inserting a wick. Make sure you’re using a wick made from natural materials if you want to drizzle the hot bacon fat on food.
Yum! But how do you know if you are doing your bacon right? How about this handy “bacon flow chart”?
YES. A BACON FLOW CHART!
As you can see, all roads lead to bacon!