Month: June 2009

Bacon: Art’s Sizzling Hot Medium

I cannot believe how much bacon art there is to be found in this wacky world of ours. This piece here was on display at Bacon Camp in San Francisco in March. Ranging from beautiful to bizarre to downright ridiculous, bacon has opened up a whole new world for artists. Case in point: Scott Ray Randall’s open call for bacon art. This is an ongoing project, and YOU can get involved! Between now and April 2010, Scott is collecting bacon art in any form: video, still life, free-style rap…you name it, just as long as it has bacon in...

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I’ve been thinking all week, and I decidedĀ I just don’t have much bacon news to report from across the pond. Although we did enjoy the bacon turnovers in England a great deal, I can’t find a photo of them…Naseem probably has one in her collection. And in France, well, these bacon flutes speak for themselves. We saw lots of supposedly bacon-flavored novelties, but usually with a picture of a smoked ham on the packaging. And the one night I orderedĀ pasta “carbonara” with “bacon” in it, those fatty little lardons just about made me loseWeight Exercise my appetite. Alls I’m...

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London Blog

Cheerio! Royal Bacon Society is back from our European Vacation! (Naseem, by the by, has never seen European Vacation and never laughed once when I said, “Look Naseem, Big Ben. Parliament.” I started feeling kind of stupid after the 10th attempt to make that one fly.) Anywho, it was a fabulous trip and I cannot tell you how proud I am of my English heritage. Turns out I come by my love of bacon honestly…those Brits just ADORE it! Bacon rolls, bacon turnovers, bacon on every sandwich and in half the pasties. We had an English breakfast each morning...

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