Well that's a dish that's gonna be at the Beer Food Head-Fi meet!
I made bacon cinnamon rolls once. I took some Pillsbury refrigerator cinnamon rolls, unrolled them and added some cooked bacon and re-rolled them. Bake and add icing. Yummy!
Egg drop is easy. Beat an egg, and after you remove the ramen from the heat, stir in the beaten egg. Stir gently in one direction (in the Northern hemisphere, go CCW ). Add some chopped green onion and enjoy.
I've loved the Lipton chicken noodle soup since I was a kid. When I have a cold, I make this with fresh ginger, and stir in a beaten egg and top with green onion. Good for what ails you.
How 'bout some of this to go with all our bacon covered donuts and various bacon-related dishes:
I'm not really a vodka person myself, and I can't imagine this tasting good, but I'd still have to try it if somebody offered me some. I guess everything really should taste like bacon.
The bacon was smokey salty and the maple frosting was maple-y sweet. Topped on a simple yellow cake. It was yummy. I just ate the frosting and about 1 oz. of the cake. The cupcake looked headless.
YES. Forced us! They tied us up and would only release us if we carved them pumpkins into grotesque faces.
This was mine:
These were the others':