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Evil Foods

Today I’m trying to fix a friend’s Windows Vista laptop that BSODed because we had the audacity to hook up a Bluetooth dongle to it to use Bluetooth headsets with. Now it won’t run for more than a minute or so before it crashes again. My usual mantra of “Install Linux” is not an option in this case, because it needs to run iTunes. So far, the computer is winning. CHKDSK is running, and the percentage done on stage 5 is stuck at 11% , even though it continues to count how many files it’s processed, so I can see it’s about 80% done.  Learn to count, and maybe I’ll think about buying your OS.

As a form of therapy, we went to Jake’s Dixie Roadhouse (yes, their food is much better than their website), to help them celebrate Hogtoberfest.  For an appetizer, we shared Death By Bacon, which is chicken-fried bacon with southern gravy.  I am afraid it was insanely good.  Dangerously good.  I’m glad this is a temporary special, or my Doctor would probably have me banned from the joint.  Memphis dry rub ribs for the main course, natch.  I’m not a big fan of BBQ sauce.  It takes away from the flavor of the meat too much.  Dry rubs tend to complement the taste instead of hiding it.  I washed it down with a Three Philosophers, which is a Belgian beer.

For dessert, we had bacon drizzled in chocolate with spinkles.  Again, I was pleasantly surprised how good this was.  The bacon had a heavy maple component, which made it pair with the chocolate very well.  The extra sugar in the sprinkles tempered the salt in the bacon nicely.  Note that this bacon was cooked to the point that it was still moist and chewy, not hard.

Evil foods, truly.  And I would do it again.

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