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Robb Mann

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Has no one thought of this before? I just made a bacon and mushroom Jambayla. It was a collection of random ingredients left in the fridge. Cut the bacon up into 1" chunks before draining and sauteing the muchrooms. Added some Oscar Blues tenFidy hot sauce. **Heaven**

Sep 03 13 04:15 pm Link

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Cosplay Creatives

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Amundsen-Scott - permanent station of the US, Unclaimed Sector, Antarctica

I'll take the bacon, you can keep your shrooms.

Sep 03 13 05:12 pm Link

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Lohkee

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Gryph wrote:
I'll take the bacon, you can keep your shrooms.

I dunno. His concoction sounds kind of interesting (dare I go as far as saying tasty?)

Sep 03 13 05:27 pm Link

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Cosplay Creatives

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Lohkee wrote:

I dunno. His concoction sounds kind of interesting (dare I go as far as saying tasty?)

I'm allergic to shrooms.  All shrooms.  Not that I've ever liked them anyways. tongue

Sep 03 13 05:28 pm Link

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Jim Ball

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I make bacon & mushroom omelets every once in a while.  I usually include some shredded cheddar cheese, but sometimes get wild and use Swiss cheese. big_smile

Sep 03 13 05:33 pm Link

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DougBPhoto

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Portland, Oregon, US

Jim Ball wrote:
I make bacon & mushroom omelets every once in a while.  I usually include some shredded cheddar cheese, but sometimes get wild and use Swiss cheese. big_smile

Yup...

or on top of a nice hamburger

Sep 03 13 05:34 pm Link

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Stephen Dawson

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Cooking mushrooms in bacon fat does sound rather interesting.

Sep 03 13 05:53 pm Link

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Lohkee

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Maricopa, Arizona, US

Jim Ball wrote:
but sometimes get wild and use Swiss cheese. big_smile

You animal, you!

Sep 03 13 06:01 pm Link

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sdgillis

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Portland, Oregon, US

they dont have bacon mushroom burgers out there?

Sep 03 13 06:24 pm Link

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Koryn

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sdgillis wrote:
they dont have bacon mushroom burgers out there?

Yeah, people have been doing the mushroom and bacon burger thing for awhile.

Sep 03 13 06:51 pm Link

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Lohkee

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Koryn Locke wrote:
Yeah, people have been doing the mushroom and bacon burger thing for awhile.

Some people even top it off with avocado! I know, it's hard to believe, but it's true. Really, it is!

Sep 03 13 07:18 pm Link

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Robb Mann

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sdgillis wrote:
they dont have bacon mushroom burgers out there?

Yep, Ive just never come across a mushroom/bacon Jambaylaya.

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Grin Without a Cat

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Sep 04 13 06:24 pm Link

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Art Silva

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Chopped bacon and mushrooms on eggs is one of my usual breakfast things.

Nothing new here.... oooh bacon mushroom burgers are yummy too  smile

Sep 04 13 06:34 pm Link

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MMR Digital

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Doylestown, Pennsylvania, US

Hehehehehe. My wife just made ratatouille. At a wedding it's called "Garden Medley" or some such, but, you know, all the veggies from the garden- NOW, before they spoil~~~~

Anyway, she's a great cook and I enjoyed her ratatouille but i said, darling, you know what this needs? Bacon and mushrooms! I am soooooo right and i saw her eyes lite up like- why didn't I think of that!

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