Behold The Bacon Mac and Cheese Quesadilla


Quesadillas do not need help to be awesome. But if we were to improve on them, they’d probably need to involve a bacon weave and some mac and cheese.

Thrillist knows this, and recently took the quesadilla to new levels. The Bacon Mac n Cheese Quesadilla uses a bacon weave instead of the tortillas. Then, plain old boring cheese is out… mac n cheese is in. A ‘how to’ is available here.




The New KFC Double Down Doubles Down On The Double Down


Remember the culinary wonder that was the KFC Double Down? Well, that chicken sandwich is now chicken feed.

The KFC Zinger Double Down King sticks with the fried chicken as bun game plan, and there’s still bacon in-between. Only now, a third animal has been introduced, with the inclusion of a burger patty.

Sorry, for anyone watching their carbs outside of South Korea, as Double Down 2.0 is currently only available there. You’ll have to find your trinity of barnyard animals elsewhere.


Bacon Mac and Cheese Lasagna Is Layers of Awesomeness


How do we improve upon the greatness that is lasagna? First, The Vulgar Chef gets involved. He then replaces flat pasta noodles with mac and cheese, and ordinary meat with the far superior bacon.

The result is Bacon Mac Lasagna… layers upon layers of culinary awesomeness, and copious amounts of the f-word. Check it out here.




S’mores Bacon Is Everything


Bacon is wonderful. S’mores is better than a horse’s whinny. So when the two come together, as seen here by Nick of Dude Foods, the results may cause the internet to implode.

S’mores Bacon is made possible by cooking up some bacon, covering it with melted marshmallow and graham cracker bits, then dipping it in melted Hershey bars.

Upgrade your campfire or breakfast with the idea… before the post asplodes.



Finally, A Motorcycle That Runs On Bacon


Sure, most meat-eaters and food culture blogs such as this one are fueled by bacon. Now, there’s a motorcycle worthy of any pork-lover or Foodiggity, with the Hormel Black Label Bacon-Fueled Motorcycle.

Brought to us by EVA Products BV, the 800cc three-cylinder diesel engine runs on 100% biodiesel, in the form of pork grease.

The best part, besides the pigskin seat, is for anyone driving behind the baconcycle, as its exhaust smells of cooked bacon.



[link, via Hi Consumption]