Month: January 2009

Bacon Cheddar Gordita Crunch

By now you’ve no doubt heard: Taco Bell has taken the bacon world by storm! It’s all everyone is talking about. Its face seems to be painted across every surface I encounter. It’s the bacon-cheddar-gordita-crunch, and it has come to dominate our world. Taco Bell is not really on my radar. I mean, yeah, we drive by it every morning on our way to the coffee shop, but we never actually go there. My husband and I are both fans of the poorly-put-together bean burrito, mostly because it has that huge flap of tortilla at the bottom, filled with...

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If you’re reading this blog, there’s a chance you like bacon. If you follow more than one blog, there’s a chance you also like other time-wasting, Internet-based nonsense, like Facebook and Twitter. If any or all of those things are true about you, then you should check out BaconTwits. Sounds like a nickname Mel Gibson might give me. I myself am often mystified by the myriad of online social scenes and cocktail parties that seem to constantly pop up. Let’s face it, I ask Naseem for help with at least one post a week, and I’m just writing stuff...

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Bacon Haikus and Zombies

I love haiku. It’s a poetry form that requires discipline, but only briefly. Like a tiny sudoku or a 24-tile Rubik’s cube. Once, during a particularly stressful time at work, my bo ss and I relieved our stress by exchanging daily haikus about our aggravation. Good times. So you can imagine my delight when Naseem stumbled on this fabulous blog made up of…you guessed it, bacon haikus. How I love it. This haiku here is awesome because it combines bacon haiku and zombies, another favorite of mine. Would a zombie really choose bacon over brains? A smart zombie would....

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Review: Maple Bacon Coffee

It was way back in November when we featured Boca Java’s Maple Bacon Morning coffee. I think I ordered it that very day, it just sounded too irresistible. When it arrived, I was thrilled to find it had a one-way air release valve so you could squeeze the bag and get a whiff of it’s not-so-delicate aroma. More like a smack in the face with a fluffy, maple-syruped pancake. The bouquet on this bag is definitely delicious, but I was careful not to squeeze it too many times. Save some maple for the cup! I planned to take the coffee...

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