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Chicken and Sons restaurant in Sydney, Australia has devised a new concept item that combines a cup holder, booze and beef into a single burger.

The $22 ($16 US) “Bourbon Burgel” consists of an Angus beef patty, American cheese, pickles, “special sauce,” bourbon-glazed bacon, and jalapeno-bourbon barbecue sauce on a sesame bagel bun. In the middle of the burger is a cutout housing a shot of Bulleit bourbon with even more bacon.

Sounds great, but the best part is going to be nursing that beefy hangover.

(C&S via Eater)

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YouTuber “HellthyJunkFood” has recreated a Canadian favorite in the form of Bacon Wrapped Deep Fried Poutine.

For the uninitiated, Poutine consists of French fries and cheese curds topped with a light brown gravy. As the name confirms, this incarnation includes a date with bacon and the fryer and reportedly packs a whopping 1,300 calories.

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Greasy stories are the best stories.

Quirky Japanese shop Tokyo Kitsch is selling a line of amusing and impressively realistic food bookmarks.

The offerings are available in eight varieties, including fried salmon, a fried egg, watermelon, toast, and of course, bacon.

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An Australian burger joint called “Ze Pickle” has unveiled a new cheeseburger that brings together a hand-pressed wagyu beef patty, double jack cheese, and Nutella smoked bacon for a taste party held between two glazed donut buns.

Although the ingredient list should be enough to raise massive red flags for dieters and the health conscious, an additional warning is provided by the burger itself, which is appropriately named “Doughnutfukwitdis”.

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Stephen Colbert’s world came crashing down yesterday when he ordered a BLT for breakfast and he noticed, too late, that it came without the “T”.

In my world, as long as I have my “B” life is worth living. I don’t even need the other “B” for bread. Just put a pile of bacon on my desk and back away. It can be on the floor even. I don’t care.

However, Stephen’s passion for a correct BLT knows no bounds. As you’ll see in the following video from The Late Show, he will stop at nothing to right this terrible wrong.

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Newly minted food blogger “Through the Eyes of My Belly” got off to a good start by utilizing some of the Internet’s favorite food items (bacon, chocolate and booze) in a single recipe.

Her Bacon Shot Glasses were created by wrapping bacon strips around foil molds, baking them solid, coating the interior with chocolate and filling them with a mixture of milk and Kahlúa.

In order to further woo the web, she is offering a step by step that you can find here .

(via Neatorama)

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Chewbaccon by Black Label Bacon.

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In a child’s first years, there are special moments that families want to remember, such as first words and first steps. However, for these parents, there’s also “Baby’s First Bacon”.

As you’ll see in the video below, the experience was magical.

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What happens when you combine a large cheese pizza, two pounds of bacon and three Chipotle burritos? Explosive diarrhea? Surely. You also get a Pizza Burrito / Burizza / Pizzarito.

See Also: Learn How To Get 86% More Burrito For Free From A Chipotle Master

See how it’s made after the break.

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There’s no doubt that seaweed is good for you. It’s packed with vitamins and nutrients and it’s definitely a key ingredient in Asian cooking. But, let’s be honest, a lot of us here in the States don’t eat seaweed because it tastes, well, like seaweed.

Well, get ready to start loving seaweed.

A researcher at Oregon State University by the name of Chris Langdon started growing a special strain of Dulse seaweed as a super-food for Abalone and ended up creating a seaweed that tastes like bacon. He notes:

“In Europe, they add [dulse] powder to smoothies, or add flakes onto food,” Langdon said. “There hasn’t been a lot of interest in using it in a fresh form. But this stuff is pretty amazing. When you fry it, which I have done, it tastes like bacon, not seaweed. And it’s a pretty strong bacon flavor.”

Langdon has patented the strain and teamed up with OSU MBA students to market the product. We’re cautiously optimistic.

(via CBS News / Image via MarxFoods)