Here is a little song about making bacon pancakes. Why? Because bacon.
On a related note: if you’ve never made bacon pancakes, Martha Stewart dishes out a recipe although she doesn’t add glorious meat to the batter nor does she candy the bacon. That is a real downer, Martha.
Oh, hit the jump if you want to hear Rebecca Sugar singing the same ditty that she wrote for the “Burning Low” episode of Adventure Time.
Christopher Walken surely needs no introduction. He is famous for keeping a watch in a very safe pace, requesting the application of more cowbell, and on one occasion, he even flew through the air. He is also a very good actor.
In 1993, Walken was invited to a TV show hosted by a younger Jonathan Ross to do a special reading of the classic fairy tale, Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. Appearing in a sweater as loud as his personality, Walken reads the story in his typical style, not only entertaining the audience but himself too.
I love the smell of napalm bacon in the morning. New York designer Matty Sallin has created an alarm clock that wakes you up with the sweet smell and sizzle of cooking bacon. Not intended for Jews.
Here’s how it works:
A frozen strip of bacon is placed in Wake n’ Bacon the night before. Because there is a 10 minute cooking time, the clock is set to go off 10 minutes before the desired waking time. Once the alarm goes off, the clock it sends a signal to a small speaker to generate the alarm sound. We hacked the clock so that the signal is re-routed by a microchip that in responds by sending a signal to a relay that throws the switch to power two halogen lamps that slow-cook the bacon in about 10 minutes.