Recipe of the Day: Bobby’s German Potato Salad
Bobby will tell you bacon makes everything better, so there’s no denying everyone will love this German potato salad. Dress the potatoes while they’re still warm so they can fully absorb the vinegary, bacon-laced dressing. [recipe in bio]

anonymous asked:

.......... HOW COULD YOU NOT LIKE BACON???? BACON MAKES EVERYTHING BETTER!!! 🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓🥓 👌🏼 but waffles are great ok along with butter and syrup with strawberries...


maybe like….

one smol bacon ( it’s gotta be super crispy tho)

High Noon July Guy

Request by @importantliverrighthere: Reader is just an ordinary girl with no supernatural connection and meets Dean at work, who develops a middle school type of crush on her and tries to hide it as well as his lifestyle from her and hides his crush from Sam.

Word Count: 2529

Warning: None

A/N: I thought I’d take a break from Heaven, Hell, and Humanity since it was getting so long. Also, I tried a to write Dean’s perspective a little differently, and I’m not sure if I like it or not. Anyway… Here’s some Dean Fluff to celebrate the 4th of July!!

“You’re up early,” Sam observed once he woke up. Dean was puttering around the motel room, trying to get the image of those children from the night before out of his head. Usually he didn’t let hunts get to him like this, but those kids were only five years old. After one nightmare, Dean decided that there were worse things than waking up at six o’ clock in the morning. Things like watching the monsters tear those kids limb from—

Goddammit, there was no escape!

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Steroline Season 4 Drabble- Someday

Caroline had just gotten home from the Miss Mystic Falls pageant when she heard her phone ring.  Frantically, the blond kicked off her heels, set down her purse and ran to answer the home phone before it stopped ringing.  

“Hello?”  She asked, a little out of breath.
“Hey, it’s me.”  Caroline paused.  She could hear the faintest quiver in his voice.
“Stefan.  Is everything okay?”
“Not- not really.  Do you mind if I crash at your place tonight?  I’ll explain everything when I get there.”
“Of course.  Just come over whenever.”
Stefan scoffed.  “Yeah, well I’m kind of already here…”

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Treat that Trick

Dear Maya
November already! I have my fall candles burning. One smells like pumpkin pecan waffles and another like spiced apples but my favorite is leather and vanilla. It was a Halloween treat from my husband. He said it was better than giving me candy (I did trick him and hide some candy from the stash we had for the goblins and super heroes and princesses who came to our door!) I love those wonderful smells of autumn - especially the crisp evenings. We rent a house near Marfa and spend a few days out there every October. At night we light fires in the chiminea and the air fills with pinion smoke. That smell always reminds me of West TX. I believe certain smells stir up memories. The smell of bacon and coffee reminds me of childhood. That smell would waft across the sleeping porch of our family’s summer house up on the river. It makes me hungry just thinking about it. Paris has a certain smell. It’s hard to describe but it’s a mixture of tobacco and fresh croissants and old buildings! Our favorite girl is in Paris right now! She’s back to being a brunette. That’s my favorite look even though she is beautiful no matter what!

R: hey gorgeous. Trick or treat

K: Halloween’s over dude

R: Try explaining that to someone who insists on wearing her piglet costume for the 3rd day in a row!

K: but she looks sooooo fucking adorable. And she loved matching her fav uncle

R: true but I doubt he is still walking around like some wanna be bacon

K: HAHA wanna be bacon? I seriously doubt pigs walk around thinking “man I can’t wait to be bacon”

R: But being bacon is the best! I think there may be pigs who wanna be bacon but they just roll around in mud and are never chosen

K: just cuz they wanna be doesn’t mean they will be. Not every pig is good enough for bacon.

R: No room for mediocre in the prime bacon business. I do love your bacon. You make the best

K: Dude! you can eat a whole pound of bacon. It’s really not good for you

R: You’re good for me. I can eat you instead


R: You’re gorgeous

K: You’re biased

R: Knock knock

K: this again?

R: just play along. Knock knock

K: ugh. WHO’S THERE?

R: bacon

K: bacon who?

R: you’re bacon me hard

K: LOL!!! you’re bacon me crazy

R: I love you more than bacon

K: really?

R: really

K: that’s a lot

R: you bet your fine ass it is. And you smell good too

K: are you saying I smell like bacon?

R: no. you smell like you

K: and what do I smell like?

R: you smell like home. You smell like love.

K: awwwwwwwwwwwww. You smell like love too. That’s why I like wearing your clothes

R: you’re bacon me harder

K: then come upstairs and I’ll see what I can do about it. That is…………….if you have “permission”
LOLZZZZZ sorry. #Not sorry!

R: I am so fucking tired of this. It never ends.

K: how ‘bout I give you permission to have your way with me. That better?

R: You’re just like bacon. You make everything better

K: hey. I love you.

R: hey. I love you more

So sweet Maya
All this is making me hungry. I think I’ll go find a treat. Tricksters never win no matter how hard they try.
But success is the ultimate treat for those who work hard. Hard work deserves recognition.
Success is like bacon- it’s the very best. It’s going to be OK


I have uploaded Rhett and Link’s Denny’s commercial - Bacon Makes It Better. This is the first one they made and I will upload the second one soon. I know most people haven’t been able to see it, so enjoy!


Rhett and Link Denny’s commercial - Bacon Makes it Better part 2. I found this on Denny’s Canadian channel and there was hardly any views when it was there, so this should be new to almost everyone.


apparently bacon affects things positively. this is part of the mythical beast culture at this point.

Chorizo Coquilles St Jaques

I must admit here to a rather shocking culinary confession; I don’t care for scallops. Never really liked the texture, or the taste, though I must admit to a childish partiality for their shells, which I insist that people keep and give to me, so that I can wash and hoard them for future use. Contrary, I know. But my fiancé loves scallops, so occasionally, I do try to come up with dishes in the hope that I might eventually like one of them.

And this is the dish. The scallops get a spicy paprika kick from the chorizo, with added crunch from the parsley panko crumb. Instead of the flour heavy roux you usually get with coquilles st jaques, here I’ve lightened and freshened the sauce, with an intense lemony chorizo reduction. This is perfect for dinner a deux, or if you have lots of mini scallop shells, as a party canapé.

This serves two as a main, or four as a starter. Chop 100g good quality cooking chorizo into small chunks, and saute them in a little oil until cooked through. Pour in 80ml white wine and let it bubble for a moment or two until you can’t smell the alcohol anymore, then add 1 bay leaf, 8 scallops, and ¼ stick celery. Pop the lid on and let the scallops simmer for 1-2 minutes, before tipping the contents of the saucepan into a sieve set over a bowl. Discard the celery stick and bay leaf, and leave the scallops and chorizo in the sieve while you get on with the sauce. Return the cooking liquid from the bowl into the saucepan, then reduce it down by half on a high heat, tasting as you go - you want a nice, concentrated flavour. Add a squeeze of lemon juice to taste, reduce the heat to a simmer then stir in 80ml single cream and 40g cold, cubed butter, a couple of chunks at a time until they’ve all melted. Check for seasoning, then halve the scallops and arrange them with the chorizo among your scallop shells (a shallow casserole dish is fine if you don’t have any shells). Top with a generous sprinkling of panko breadcrumbs and flat leaf parsley, and flash under a hot grill to brown the breadcrumbs. You can make these up in advance and grill them just before you want to eat them. Good with lots of crusty bread to mop up the sauce.