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    And one for you casters

    Seems like a waste of good bacon, but looks cool.

    Darren

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    Bacon grips on a 1911! Or bacon knife scales! Yes!
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    A bacon pen, Ummmm, Bacon....
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    Um...Interesting...but BACON belongs in one place...my tummy!!!!!
    (Well...LOML also has HER opinion!)
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    bacon handled BBQ tools!

    How about a bacon handled screwdriver?

    Bacon handled beer tap handle?

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    The proper thing would be a bacon handled knife to cut more bacon on a bacon resin cast cutting board to make more bacon handles LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni Ciuraneta View Post
    The proper thing would be a bacon handled knife to cut more bacon on a bacon resin cast cutting board to make more bacon handles LOL
    I like the way you think, Toni.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni Ciuraneta View Post
    The proper thing would be a bacon handled knife to cut more bacon on a bacon resin cast cutting board to make more bacon handles LOL
    It's bacon all the way down!!!!

    It seems like the main trick would be to make absolutely positively sure that the bacon was and stayed entirely encased. A break in the seal could be bad... real bad.

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    The bacon would never make it out to the shop! If I didn't eat it, my dogs would trip me, make me drop it, and they would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    I like the way you think, Toni.
    Thanks Vaughn
    As there is a technique for ebonizing I guess that there must be another technique for "baconizing"
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