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Double Pork Me September 10, 2015

Filed under: 1940s,Advertising,Art,Food,Funny,Humor — kerbey @ 1:32 pm


…with smoked ham and bacon!


14 Responses to “Double Pork Me”

  1. Paul Says:

    Hmmm, I’m not sure that it would be safe to ask to be double porked in some of the rougher neighborhoods. Bwahahaha! How times have changed. And have you noticed that bacon packages keep getting smaller – pretty soon each slice will be sold separately. Those pkgs look to be about 2 pounds. Standard here used to be 1 pound (500 grams) and in the last year has slipped to 3/4 pound (375 grams) for the same price (same size pkg, just spread out more inside).

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    • kerbey Says:

      Oh, did it drop in size? I think we still get a pound, but it went up in price quite a bit a couple years ago. And who doesn’t want to burn through the whole package in one meal? Frying up four pieces of bacon is blasphemy.
      First the damn eggs went from $2 to $3 to $4.50 bc of the avian flu, and now the pigs!!

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      • Paul Says:

        Ha! I know – when I break out the frying pan, I fill it. I toss any unused bacon into a clean margarine container and when I get hungry I nuke it. Bacon nukes perfect – if there was a prize for best nuking food, bacon would win hands down. I would dare anyone to tell the difference between freshly fried bacon and nuked bacon. 😀

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      • kerbey Says:

        Now I have to go test THIS theory! I’ve never nuked bacon, but I’m willing to try. Not too brittle and crumbly? I like some chewiness.


      • Paul Says:

        It comes out perfect Kerbey – give it a try and let me know what you think.

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  2. Benson Says:

    What a lovely sight. Ham and bacon are both under appreciated and maligned. In my humble carnivore opinion.

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  3. Now, that’s an attention grabber of a title. 😀

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  4. All you need is bacon salt and the day would be complete. 🙂 (http://www.jdfoods.net/products/seasonings/)

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  5. reocochran Says:

    I am chuckling since I used to buy chipped chopped ham for kids lunches and bacon for weekend breakfasts. Oops!!

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  6. markbialczak Says:

    Good and very good, Kerbey. Grilled ham and cheese for lunch. Bacon and eggs for breakfast. You betcha! And, yes, the new routine is the incredibly shrinking product size, as Paul points out.

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