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--- Quote from: 24KT on May 30, 2014, 08:54:36 PM ---Aw man, ...such a disappointment. I thought I'd get to see Americans being introduced to balut.  :'(

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I think it would be difficult to mass produce duck eggs with the timing just right in America. Chicken eggs are everywhere here though but the FDA might rule that the preparation of balut is a health risk.


July 1st. 11 tics.  Brewers. Let's not suck.

Bacon Wrapped Grilled Cheese Sticks

I keep thinking that one day Iíll get sick of eating so much bacon, but amazingly it still hasnít happened. In fact, as time goes by I only seem to be growing more and more fond of it as I keep incorporating it into more of my meals, which with how much I already eat doesnít even seem like it should be possible.

Recently I came up with an idea to make some grilled cheese sticks, but after a quick Google search I found that tons of people have already made and written about that same exact thing. What I didnít see though were any grilled cheese sticks that were wrapped in bacon!

Do you know whatís even better than how great these Bacon Wrapped Grilled Cheese Sticks taste? How easy they are to make! Then again, pretty much everything I make is easy because I have absolutely zero cooking experience whatsoever.

Alright, so you want to make your own Bacon Wrapped Grilled Cheese Sticks? Start off by frying up a couple grilled cheese sandwiches and then cutting each sandwich into for or five pieces. Then, wrap bacon strips around your grilled cheese sticks and to finish things off you can either drop them in a deep fryer for 45 seconds or so, or just put them on a baking sheet in your oven for 17 minutes at 375į.

Iím pretty sure Iíve yet to come across a food that isnít better when itís wrapped in bacon. Itís not only  the addition of bacon that makes it good though, itís the fact that as the grease drips from the bacon itís usually soaked up by whatever it is that the bacon is wrapped around.


The Jelly Belly Candy Company has created a new jelly bean flavor that tastes like a frosty glass full of tasty draft beer. The alcohol-free Draft Beer Jelly Belly jelly beans are available to purchase online from their official store.

Three years in the making, Jelly Belly launches Draft Beer Jelly Belly jelly beans. The worldís first beer flavor jelly bean is inspired by hefeweizen ale with an effervescent, clean, crisp and wheaty taste. Take a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into crafting this unique bean with members of the Jelly Belly flavor team (based in California, USA) and commentary from The Beeroness, Jackie Dodd. Alcohol-free, four calories per bean, OU Kosher. Also free from fat, gluten and gelatin. Vegetarian and made in a peanut-free facility.

Best NYC dumplings


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