If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
Those do look perfect! Some people like a little bacon with their tomato sandwich.
Did someone say, "Bacon?"
I made the mistake of eating popcorn the other night on an empty stomach. Oh my God! I had to sit on the throne for an hour.If you saw me, you would have thought I was in a centrifuge pulling 12 G's... I think my liver came out with it...Anyway, that looks pretty damned good, I'm breaking out my toaster and cook some bread :-)
Lou: Three slices o' bacon per sammich. There would have been more bacon if I had a larger frying pan. ;-)Skip & Dave: Yes!Le Porc: It WAS pretty damned good!
It is such an uncomplicated trio - yet always looks so tasty. I don't like tomatoes (I know!) so I've never had one. Give me some turkey in place of the tomato and we have a deal.Because - BACON - says it all.
Mmmmmmmmm & Yum! Haven't had one in quite some time, but after the turkey finally runs out...
Four tomatoes + three pieces of bacon = tomato sandwich, which is perfect.
I have a three-foot drop test on tomatoes.If you drop it on the counter and it doesn't split open and juices start coming out, then it is probably from Florida, and is a fake tomato.I usually stop eating tomatoes in October, as that's when the Florida crap starts hitting the stores.
Mighty tasty looking. Is that a jar of Miracle Whip or Mayo? Not that I'm a purist or anything. Either would be fine as long as there's plenty of the "B" part of the formula.
I made a cheese spread for a game watching party last week that included 2 of the basic food groups, bacon and cheese. It also has black olives, green onion, and pecans. Now I'm thinking, how would the addition of a little chopped tomato taste in there . . . .
Tomato: You're too picky.Dan: That's a jar (?) o' Miracle Whip. Mom raised me on it therefore I don't "do" mayo... or mass-produced mayo, anyhoo.Moogie: Adding tomato sounds good to me!
Just be polite... that's all I ask.