Monday, September 15, 2008

No recipe, just a defibrillator, please

Mrs. BA and I were recipients of the chocolate bacon bar. She did not like it, but I have a little nibble every now and then. It's the right combo of sweet and salty.

But just so you know, there is no problem with obesity in America. Oh no. Not here. And I am not posting the recipes for these items. I refuse to be a party to murder. But, that said, where can I get these things that appeared in my Google Reader?


Lana Gramlich said...

I realized on a road trip to Tennesee some years ago that Fritos go REALLY well with M&Ms. Sounds gross, but noooOOOooo! (Might be too much info, but it's great PMS food, too. You get your choco AND you get your salt!)
When I was a kid, I used to like dipping McD's fries into their choco shakes--a similar combo (& equally delish, although I haven't eaten McD's in at least 15 years now.)

stinkypaw said...

Just the names of these things, and I feel my blood thickening!

Anonymous said...

Not one for mixing the sweet and salty, the chocolate covered bacon would probably not be my thing.

I'm curious, though, about the doughnuts. If I'm reading you correctly, the reason the EMT's are there is to eat the doughnuts themselves, apparently standing by until the person who started eating them goes in cardiac arrest. Do these EMT's fancy themselves police officers, better known for their doughnut leanings?

Brave Astronaut said...

Lana - I have no problem with the sweet and salty combo at times.

Paw - hence the title of the post and the need to have paramedics standing by.

J - I was referring to a donut that can be procured locally that is so crushingly sweet (it involves a peanut butter creme filling and chocolate icing) that it should not be served without instantaneous access to medical personnel. Put another way, even I couldn't eat one . . . and that's saying something.