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Mrs Baggins
06-12-2010, 14:54
I am trying this out tomorrow morning! Genius!

http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/entertainment/2010/06/10/vintage-ads-thinking/#slide=2
:D

Elder
06-12-2010, 15:03
:D Just fry the bacon until almost done, pour in the batter...Trail Heaven with maple syrup..:rolleyes:

Panzer1
06-12-2010, 16:08
its worth a try..

Panzer

Doctari
06-12-2010, 16:11
DROOL!!!!
Just last week I put my small fry pan back in my pack (1.5 OZ) now I truely have a reason for adding the weight.

DROOL again.

Thanks for the post!!!

TD55
06-12-2010, 17:56
Been hiking eastern Europe last four years. Mostly in Jan and Feb. Lots of snow and brutal cold. Following route of french army from Russia through Lithuanian. All bushwhack, unmarked local trails and plenty or road walk. Sort of follows Vilni River. Only reliable resupply is at "Kavinas", sort of a cafe/pub found in even the smallest villages. They make pancakes from shreaded potato with little flour and egg. Added sausage pieces and bacon if you request it. My staple food along with chocaolate, coffee, tea and local salame type dried smoked meat and fish. Those cakes hold up well and really fill you up. Sure they would do the same over here.

Mrs Baggins
06-12-2010, 18:05
Seems to me that if you brought along the pre-cooked bacon, this would be ridiculously easy. I can't think of many taste combos that are better than bacon, pancakes and syrup. I know that real maple syrup is supposed to better, but honestly for the actual taste Mrs Butterworth's is pretty damn good.

Toolshed
06-12-2010, 18:18
I am trying this out tomorrow morning! Genius!

http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/entertainment/2010/06/10/vintage-ads-thinking/#slide=2
:D
Hmmm will hubby put you over his knee and spank you if you didn't store test it first????

Mrs Baggins
06-12-2010, 18:33
Pretty hideous ads, weren't they? No, he would not because I'm armed and I'm not afraid to use it. Whole different world now isn't it?

Toolshed
06-12-2010, 21:08
Pretty hideous ads, weren't they? No, he would not because I'm armed and I'm not afraid to use it. Whole different world now isn't it?
yeah....{...sigh....} miss the good ol' days.......:D

Edie
06-12-2010, 23:05
Yum, thanks for sharing, I'll be trying this out soon.

WinterWarlock
06-13-2010, 10:28
Love the bacon and pancake idea...the rest of the ads? Wow.

Doctari
06-13-2010, 12:45
I have often bought the precooked bacon with the intention of taking it on the trail,,, the first two packs (bought separately) didn't make it the 5 minute drive home :rolleyes: So next time I bought TWO packs at the same time, Pack one was gone in the parking lot, pack 2 lasted about 15 minutes after I got home.

NO, I don't have a problem!! :eek: I can quit bacon anytime I want. In fact, I quit 3 times today, , , so there :p

The precooked bacon would be a great idea, same method, but much quicker. Maybe some day I'll actually get a pack of the precooked on the trail.

K2
06-13-2010, 16:56
I came across this a couple of weeks ago.

25 Horribly Sexist Vintage Ads (http://www.bspcn.com/2010/05/27/25-horribly-sexist-vintage-ads/)

Some repeats. Sorry, no food.

Big Dawg
06-13-2010, 21:41
Made up a batch this morning,,,, delish! My wife looked at me like I was nuts, but she's not the bacon aficionado like me.

Jonnycat
06-14-2010, 08:42
That's kind of like a healthy version of pigs in a blanket.

<------ puts bacon on his tuna sandwiches

Crazy Larry #1
06-14-2010, 11:16
I am trying this out tomorrow morning! Genius!

http://www.foxnews.com/slideshow/entertainment/2010/06/10/vintage-ads-thinking/#slide=2
:D
looks good to me.....;)

YoungMoose
06-14-2010, 11:57
anything with bacon is good.

bikebum1975
06-14-2010, 12:28
How can it not be good? It has BACON in it lol throw about 4 eggs on the side mess of home fries onions and shrooms with it and a whole lot of coffee perfect breakfast lunch or dinner. LOL

Wise Old Owl
06-08-2014, 09:37
Just a reminder there is an old school product of Shelf Stable Bacon you can cook and keep unrefrigerated up to 30 days in your pack. You won't need a lot, so don't worry about the price. You can repack this into smaller quantitys and refrigerate the unused portions for later trips. http://www.broadbenthams.com/

27295

shelb
06-10-2014, 22:46
Yum! That sounds awesome!