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Heidi 555

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SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« on: March 21, 2010, 07:01:55 PM »

I really recommend listening to this.  It's nice hearing it set to music:
http://prairiehome.publicradio.org/programs/2009/10/24/scripts/forbidden.shtml

So who is going to try some of these suggestions first?!!  I've been doing SLD for too long -- almost all of them sound good!  LOL  Thanks to SLD I like unusual food combinations now.

Here are the lyrics:
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Forbidden tastes, secret delights
Guilty pleasures late at night
So many things a person wants
Are not found in restaurants

When I suffer from heartbreak
I like some Chocolate Bacon Cake
You won't find it on the grocery shelf
You've got to make it for yourself
You have to keep it very quiet
But someday you ought to try it
At night when no one is awake
Chocolate Bacon Cake.

Don't be scandalized, don't be flustered
But I love fried eggs with a smear of mustard
And now I'm alone and everyone's gone
I fry the eggs, get out the Dijon
And smear it on a couple slices.
Mustard. I feel like Dionysus
And may I add in parentheses
Anything is good with cheese.
Meatloaf stuffed with ricotta
If you haven't had it, maybe you oughta.
Meatloaf in which ricotta is piled.
You won't find it in Julia Child
But it's so juicy and delicious
You eat it and it softly squishes
Or for a taste of true romance
A grilled cheese sandwich with pecans,
Green onions, swiss cheese, and yes ma'am
A dollop of raspberry jam.
Or cheese and peanut butter on white bread
Dipped in batter, I've heard it said,
Dipped in batter and then deep fried
A secret pleasure that must be tried.
No, you won't find it in Julia
But deep fried peanut butter is truly a
Life saver, and nothing is better
Than toast with jam, baloney and cheddar
Or eggs and cheese and grits and toss
On a squirt or two of Tabasco sauce

Forbidden tastes, secret delights
Guilty pleasures late at night
So many things a person wants
Are not found in restaurants

And if nobody else is near—
A glass of tomato juice with beer
If it's dark I might spread
Peanut butter on soft white bread
And a couple pickles on the side,
Eat it and feel pacified
Or peanut butter, mustard, and baloney
A delicacy among the Shoshone
There's nothing cures your cares and woes
Quite like a couple sloppy Joes.
Julia loved her joes to be sloppy.
She wrote it in her French Chef copy
Sloppy Joes calmed and steadied her.
It was taken out by an editor.

Forbidden tastes, secret delights
Guilty pleasures late at night
So many things a person wants
Are not found in restaurants

If you're in need of sympathy,
Try chocolate, basil, and brie
In a panini, heated, and which
Could be followed by a peanut butter banana sandwich
Which some say is the most
Delicious served up on burnt toast.
Others cure their miseries
With pancakes made with cottage cheese.
Or go to the kitchen, get out the bowls
Have chili and cinnamon roll.
You don't know what pleasure means
The acme of the world's cuisines
The epitome of class and status—
Put baked beans on baked potatoes.
Lay them out in two nice stratas
Baked beans on baked potatoes.
Don't tell them or him or her
It's what you secretly prefer
And if you're still hungry, for goodness sake,
There's always Chocolate Bacon cake.


Forbidden tastes, secret delights
Guilty pleasures late at night
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Re: SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2010, 09:42:30 PM »

I have actually had chocolate with bacon bits in it. It was ok. Nothing to sing about.

But I like the song.
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Re: SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« Reply #2 on: March 21, 2010, 10:07:10 PM »

no accounting for peoples tastes.  me i don't do sweet with savoury....

in case anyone needs visuals - or ideas....
http://thisiswhyyourefat.com/
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Re: SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« Reply #3 on: March 21, 2010, 10:55:24 PM »

hehe, I used to eat ketchup sandwiches as a kid.

And at my work, they are perfecting bacon-infused vodka (it's not an official work activity  :lol: ) -- needless to say, that's not for me! And the jar of vodka with the bacon fat suspended in it like a snow globe.... disssss gusting. (Then they filter the fat out. It's very scientific. And delicious... so they say.)
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Re: SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2010, 05:59:12 AM »

 :?

where's the barf smiley when you need it???
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Re: SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« Reply #5 on: March 22, 2010, 08:21:17 AM »

Yeah, I've had chocolate covered bacon before.  I thought it would be awesome as, say, maple infused bacon is awesome.  But instead it was really gross.  The chocolate enhances the smokey flavor to a point where all you can taste is the smokey flavor.  I suppose if you like your candy/bacon tasting like you smoked a pack of cigarettes just before eating, then by all means, but for me it was a major gross out.

But in general, for me sweet and savory (or more so, sweet and salty) is one of my biggest YUM flavor combos!
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Re: SLD song: Chocolate Bacon Cake!
« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2010, 06:35:46 PM »

A glass of tomato juice and beer.....lol......that is actually a popular drink here in South Texas :lol:. The fancy version uses Clamato juice (tomato juice and clam juice combined). Yuck. My exes dad used to drink those all the time, I think they called it a Mexican Bloody-Mary.

 But the egg sandwich with mustard does sound good!
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