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If you live in Southern California, I really recommend going to Slaters 50/50.


The thing about this is place is that their burgers are 50% ground beef and 50% ground bacon! In addition, they have countless other bacon items like bacon milkshakes and bacon ketchup.


Also, their burgers are extremely customizable. Hell, on one burger you can put bacon mac n cheese, vampire dip, salsa, beer battered jalapenos, sweet potato fries, guacamole, hash browns, thick cut bacon, chili, spam, and much, much, much more.


Link is here- https://slaters5050.com/

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If you happen to be in Eastern Canada on our country's birthday....


(And Canada turns 150 Years Old this July 1st!)


Thanks for posting this (in another thread), Phil! (o:

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^ Actually, it's called Back Bacon, and for some reason got adopted as "Canadian bacon," etc.


No matter. It ain't no SPAM.





Not that there's anything wrong with that.

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Woo hoo! From the PNE(Vancouver) Site! ~~~


On September 24th & 25th the PNE Forum will be transformed into a pancetta-paradise by over 100 booths featuring bacon-covered and/or inspired food, drink, and products. Bacon-filled contests, events, door prizes, activities, raffles, and more!


Our many vendors will be competing to offer our guests the most mouthwatering bacon dishes so make sure to join in the sampling and vote for your favorite. Our vendors will have your bacon themed beverage needs covered to wash down all the sweet, salty goodness (this is a 19+ event).


Contests and information on competitions for guests are coming soon, so follow us on social media or check out http://www.thebaconcon.com!




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That actually looks, to me personally, kind of...too much fat?


In a good, bacon kind of way. I take it they were done this way for BBQing?

And if so, got a pic of how they turned out?


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