spanks for bacon

Postby DJmoYst » Mon Jun 18, 2007 2:19 pm

prem wrote:
Nickel wrote:God I love bacon.


God I love spankings :D


God I love spanking bacon
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Postby Plastic G'zus » Tue Jul 03, 2007 11:17 pm

Bacon wrapped dates are one of the most delicious things i've ever eaten
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Postby undeclared » Fri Jul 13, 2007 7:38 pm

the bacon is for sure, oh it will be tastey....so much i will bring, cooked...frozen strips of fat...mmmmm
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Postby plowman » Sat Jul 14, 2007 9:45 am

Ive never dated anyone wrapped in bacon, Sounds fun
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Re: spanks for bacon

Postby madmatt » Sat Jul 14, 2007 10:04 am

undeclared wrote:so my friend that went to the burn last year suggested how wonderful cold, cooked bacon is on the playa, since i own a meat store, and since this will be my first burn this year, i thought why not walk around dressed like a piece of bacon giving out little packs of pre cooked bacon.

we would cook it before we come down and keep it frozen and walk around in the evening on tuesday and thursday, trading spanks for bacon, hope to see ya all down there!!!


You are going to have an extremely pleasant playa experience if you own a meat shop and bring loads of bacon and dish it out on the playa.

Bacon is extremely popular on the playa. MUCH MORE POPULAR THAN SAUSAGE!!!

You could also try draping real raw bacon on your naked body while out during the day, and letting the sun sizzle it on your bod...your delicious aromas will attract lots of hungry hung over playa sluts!
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Re: spanks for bacon

Postby undeclared » Mon Jul 30, 2007 12:43 am

[\quote]You are going to have an extremely pleasant playa experience if you own a meat shop and bring loads of bacon and dish it out on the playa.

Bacon is extremely popular on the playa. MUCH MORE POPULAR THAN SAUSAGE!!!

You could also try draping real raw bacon on your naked body while out during the day, and letting the sun sizzle it on your bod...your delicious aromas will attract lots of hungry hung over playa sluts![/quote]

woo hoo! i think we are camping with the lamp lighters this year. so im stoked...counting the days now. and the bacon strips :):)
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Postby bigbluedoggy » Mon Jul 30, 2007 12:46 am

and Spanks for Sausage justs doesn't quite have the same ring to it....


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Postby skibear » Tue Jul 31, 2007 8:31 am

Spanks for bacon needs to be organized.
or just spanks?

I've missed out on the spankings since they're not done
by greeters anymore boo hoo hoo.
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Postby joel the ornery » Tue Jul 31, 2007 9:59 am

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Postby undeclared » Wed Aug 01, 2007 12:26 am

im guessing i will have to apply for some sort of food licence, does anyone have a link or information regarding gifting food on the playa, and some experience about a permit being reqiured?
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Postby chrispburn » Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:05 am

first of all - YUM!!!
second - how 'bout thick cut peppered bacon?!?! Triple yum

and third, to answer your question re permit....
from the theme camp announce email, June 22nd
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HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Are you planning anything requiring large amounts of water?
Are you hosting a large kitchen?
Are you giving away food?
Are you serving quantities of drinks over ice?
Are you thinking you may need to get a Health Permit?
If so, this is important information to read.


WATER

Burning Man does not provide water for any projects.
You must bring your own.

Large quantities of water (250 gallons+) being used for projects
that entail full body contact or consumption by people must be
"potable" and come from state health department approved water
sources. If you are bringing in a water truck or are hauling in
large amounts of water you should speak to us directly. There are
health department regulations that you need to be aware of.
Email us at placement@burningman.com

Water being used for misting systems, slip and slides and things that
do not involve consumption do not need health department clearance.
It is wise to make sure that you have "potable" water and the source
is reputable!

Large public pools and showers will not be permitted. Art pieces
involving water are not considered showers unless they are labeled
such and encourage bathing. If you have questions about this, email
us at placement@burningman.com


KITCHENS/ BARS or DRINKS

If you are providing beverages and/or food for your camp and friends,
no health permit is needed.

PUBLIC kitchens of any sort need a permit. Remember, Burning Man
does not tolerate the sale of anything at the event, including food.
We have cultivated a gift economy. If you are caught selling or
bartering food like currency the health department will shut you down --
if your neighbors don't get to you first!

If you are giving food to the public you need a permit.
Your CAMPMATES and FRIENDS are the only people you can give
food to without health department clearance. If you have any questions,
please contact us at placement@burningman.com


FRESH SQUEEZED JUICES

If you are giving away freshly-squeezed fruit drinks to anyone other
than your CAMPMATES and FRIENDS, you must get a permit.


ICE

Ice is considered food by the health department. Although there
should be no permits needed for "free bars" or "barter bars", your
ice source must be approved by state health. The easiest way to comply
is to purchase your ice from commercial sources in the surrounding towns
as you enter our city, or from us at the event. (Money from our ice
sales goes directly back to the town of Gerlach as a gift.)


APPLYING

The health department has forms ready to send out to you. It costs
about $50.00 to apply for a basic permit. The process is simple and
the health department is easy to work with. They are genuinely
concerned about the health of our citizens and prevention of
food-born epidemics, so it is their duty to inspect food preparation
areas. Like the other public safety agencies on the playa, they can
issues citations and fines for violations, and/or shut you down for
non-compliance.

If you know you need a permit you can call the health department
directly at (775) 687-7548 and ask for Richard.
Or email him at relloyan@nvhd.state.nv.us . . . or hit this link:
[updated link as of July 13, 2007]


http://health.nv.gov/index.php?option=c ... Itemid=978


If you are not COMPLETELY sure about your particular needs, we
strongly advise you to contact us before calling them. They need
about 4 weeks to process your permit so don't leave this to the last
minute. Contact us or them soon!

This year we will be giving the health department a list of the
permitted camps with their BRC addresses so the officials can find
you easier for inspections. Make sure we know you are going for a
permit so we can add you to our list!

Please pass this information to who ever it concerns in your camp.

------

and on July 13th, the Nevada URL was updated [and I've updated the original mention]:
------
FOOD PERMIT LINK CHANGE
The temporary food permit link sent in Placement
Announce #3 has changed! It is now:

http://health.nv.gov/index.php?option=c ... Itemid=978

For questions, email placement@burningman.com.
To email Richard at the Health Division directly,
write to him at relloyan@nvhd.state.nv.us

Should the techies working for the State of
Nevada change the link AGAIN, here's
the trail to the permit download page:

http://health.nv.gov/

Nevada State Health Division ---> Bureau of Health Protection Services --->
Environmental Health Services ---> Temporary Event Information
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Postby gyre » Wed Aug 01, 2007 1:15 am

Does anyone actually do this?
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Postby undeclared » Wed Aug 01, 2007 2:05 am

i really doubt i need a permit, or at least it will be inforced, simply because the event will be so random, just walking around handing out bacon, needless to say if im questioned, everyone is my friend and the bacon is all for me :)
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Postby gyre » Wed Aug 01, 2007 2:29 am

Street bacon!
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Postby Captain Goddammit » Wed Aug 01, 2007 6:27 am

In '04 I brought the BIGGEST package of bacon I'd ever seen.
I was glad.
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Postby chrispburn » Wed Aug 01, 2007 8:28 am

yes, sorry didn't explain...

street bacon is probably under the radar.

but yes, if you are doing a food gift/ public kitchen, they will come buy and inspect. They're not being hard asses, just realistic. A few hundred people with food poisoning would overwhelm the resources out in the middle of nowhere.

Just thought it would be a helpful reference for anybody else too
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Postby undeclared » Wed Aug 01, 2007 11:01 am

i am in talks with the nevada state health board for getting a food permit. so picky picky. but public safety comes first :) lets see what kinds of bacon i will bring


peameal bacon
double smoked maple bacon
canadian back bacon
gammon bacon
cottage roll ( not typically bacon, but a smoked pork shoulder, excellent fried and served the same)


:) cant wait to see you all on the playa
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Postby gyre » Wed Aug 01, 2007 11:17 am

I was at a food camp that complained to me of being treated unfairly by the health dept.
I asked them how they kept their food safe and they insisted on showing me, which I usually find is a good sign.
I ate there more than once and if I find them again, will eat there every chance I get this year, permit or not.

I've had real food poisoning and it's not something I would risk.
You really don't want it.
But I feel safe with their food.
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Postby undeclared » Wed Aug 01, 2007 11:34 am

i've worked in the food industry for over 5yrs and have organized and held countless public bbq events. im not concerned at all with my method of keeping the bacon safe :) pre cooked, and kept frozen the entire time, i will be gifting it near the beggining of the event to ensure safety. and of course. with cooked bacon, how long would it last anyways with all the hungry people around
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Postby bigbluedoggy » Wed Aug 01, 2007 3:03 pm

I did the permit thing and spoke with Richard on the phone. He was very nice, exceptionally helpful, and truly mostly concerned about public safety as opposed to the 50 bucks. My experience with them so far has been simple and pleasant. The process took just under a week and a half. Just wanted to offer my two cents. Thanks!

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Postby The Hosh » Wed Aug 01, 2007 3:59 pm

undeclared wrote:well, im glad we all like bacon, there will be lots of it. just look for that guy on the playa dressed like bacon


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Postby Aiee! It burns! » Wed Aug 01, 2007 4:32 pm

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vs.
"public"

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Postby undeclared » Wed Aug 01, 2007 6:12 pm

i can see where they get the idea of people having a working kitchen gifting meals to people passing by, but if im walking around, street bacon style, everyone can be my friend, im not in one location, im all over the playa. i guess it can be taken as a temporary vendor, either way. i will play it safe.
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Postby undeclared » Wed Aug 15, 2007 9:09 pm

oh man, just cooked all the bacon up today lol

over 500 peices of cold crisp bacon.

all packed and frozen, awaiting my playa friends
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Just don't tell your doctor you're eating this stuff!

Postby honeyfire » Fri Aug 17, 2007 8:37 am

"i hope my neighbors dont mind the smell for that week"

Mind? MIND?!?

Another deeelish snack is take a slice of not-too-crispy bacon, spread it with that chreamcheese frosting that they put on cinnabons, roll up and eat. Repeat once. After that, you wont want to eat for a while... *snork*
It's maybe the unhealthiest food item i can think of, but it tastes SO good, and you really can't eat very many at a time.
When my pal Jayne and i discoverd this treat early one morning, she turned to me with a resigned grin and said "Jade, this is why we aren't skinny...".
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Postby goathead » Wed Aug 20, 2008 5:52 am

Bacon Bumping......
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Postby AntiM » Wed Aug 20, 2008 6:41 am

Year-old bacon at that.
These are not my fuckos.
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Postby Ugly Dougly » Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:01 am

Can you cook bacon on a car bumper?
Let's find out!
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Postby goathead » Wed Aug 20, 2008 11:36 am

A comment I have never heard on the playa.

"I Love the smell of SALAD in the morning......"
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