Homer: So, you think you know better than this family, huh? Well, as long as you’re in my house, you’ll do what I do and believe what I believe! So butter your bacon!
Bart: Yes, father.
Lisa: [walking in] Mom, Dad, my spiritual quest is over!
Homer: Hold that thought… [to Bart] Bacon up that sausage, boy!
Bart: But, Dad, my heart hurts!
Lisa: I’m a Buddhist.
Homer: What? That’s it! No more chat rooms for you.
– She of Little Faith (The Simpsons Season 13 – Episode 6)
I’m often at odds with Homer’s eating belief system. While in theory I appreciate the hilarity of his creations, in reality, his recipes are not something I’d recommend that others consume on a regular or even semi-regular basis. In the case of Buttered Bacon with Baconed Up Sausage, I would recommend to try this once and never eat it again.
Spread liberal helping of butter onto bacon; next, wrap bacon around sausage. Consume immediately and then maybe go for a jog or something.
I had thought that butter and bacon, so awesome on their own, would be a amazing when combined. Sadly, this was just too much fat and grease for my body to handle. Put this baby between some bread though and now you’ve got a tasty bite. I much preferred the baconed up sausage, although my heart started beating irregularly after this meal so…
Cromulence: 6 Pie Pants out of 10
Buttered Bacon with Baconed Up Sausage Recipe from: She of Little Faith (The Simpsons Season 13 – Episode 6)
In England we usually have “baconed up sausage” at Christmas time. They are mini sausages and otherwise known as pigs in blankets but I could eat them all year / / day long … Nom nom
When I think pigs in a blanket I think the little sausage with dough around them. I could also eat baconed up anything all year.