Bacon Quotes

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Clive Barker
“The paintings of Francis Bacon to my eye are very beautiful. The paintings of Bosch or Goya are to my eye very beautiful. I've also stood in front of those same paintings with people who've said, 'let's get on to the Botticellis as soon as possible.' I have lingered, of course.”
Clive Barker

Jasper Fforde
“Okay, this is the wisdom. First, time spent on reconnaissanse is never wasted. Second, almost anything can be improved with the addition of bacon. And finally, there is no problem on Earth that can't be ameliorated by a hot bath and a cup of tea.”
Jasper Fforde, Shades of Grey

Justin Halpern
“You worry too much. Eat some bacon...what? No, I got no idea if it'll make you feel better, I just made too much bacon.”
Justin Halpern, Sh*t My Dad Says

Francis Bacon
“the serpent if it wants to become the dragon must eat itself.”

Kristin Cashore
“Danzhol. The one with the marriage proposal and the objections to the town charter in central Monsea. "Bacon," Bitterblue muttered. "Bacon!" she repeated, then carefully made her way up the spiral stairs.”
Kristin Cashore, Bitterblue

R.J. Scott
“You don't need meat at every meal," Riley offered, forking another bite of salad into his mouth and inwardly agreeing with Jack that it was certainly lacking something. Jack was quiet for all of ten seconds, and then he couldn't hold in his opinion one second more. "Are you really a Texan? I mean, really? Riley, if I have a headache, I'd put bacon around an aspirin before I take it.”
RJ Scott, The Heart of Texas

“The question that women casually shopping for perfume ask more than any other is this: "What scent drives men wild?" After years of intense research, we know the definitive answer. It is bacon. Now, on to the far more interesting subject of perfume.”
Tania Sanchez, Perfumes: The Guide

Jennifer Estep
“And hey, bacon made everything better.”
Jennifer Estep, Spartan Frost
tags: bacon

Thomm Quackenbush
“Ethically, she couldn't cause the suffering of any living thing. Logically, bacon cheeseburgers were delicious.”
Thomm Quackenbush, We Shadows

Gail Carriger
“As with most things in life, Lady Maccon preferred the civilized exterior to the dark underbelly (with the exception of pork products, of course.)”
Gail Carriger, Heartless

Stephanie Stamm
“Even apocalypse looks less dire when viewed over a plate of bacon.”
Stephanie Stamm, A Gift of Wings

“The day Spenkelink was put to death a popular Jacksonville disc jockey aired a recording of sizzling bacon and dedicated it to the doomed man.”
Stephen G. Michaud, The Only Living Witness: The True Story of Serial Sex Killer Ted Bundy

Mango Wodzak
“Bacon would not be a choice if the pig had any say in the matter. A lamb, given the gift of speech, would most probably say "no" if you asked if you could eat her leg. Fish would no doubt choose to stay in the water, if they could and I feel pretty sure turkeys must object once their Christmas fête (or should that be fate?) is made clear to them. Chickens are surely protesting from having their eggs systematically stolen and freedoms restricted, and both cows and their calves would be up in arms, if they had any, with the theft of their milk and violent separation. Given the chance, bees will attack and defend ferociously, even sacrificing themselves in the process, in order to protect their precious honey; a sure sign they do not part with it voluntarily.”
Mango Wodzak, Destination Eden - Eden Fruitarianism Explained

Shannon Celebi
“Mrs. Porter was from Virginia and had a smooth-as-cat-fur way of speaking. She taught me how to say, “Fiddle-Dee-Dee,” just like Scarlett O’Hara and she made her split-pea soup with bacon and even let me try on her lipstick sometimes as she teased up my hair in the same sixties style she wore, “Ala Pricilla Presley,” whoever that was.”
Shannon Celebi, 1:32 P.M.

Thomm Quackenbush
“Roselyn lost her taste for bacon momentarily, which was as long as she was ever capable of losing it.”
Thomm Quackenbush, Danse Macabre (Night's Dream, #2)

G.S. Denning
“The smell nearly distracted me from my task, but no-I remained steadfast. Stiff upper lip, Watson! Action! Answers!

THEN bacon.”
G.S. Denning, The Hell-Hound of the Baskervilles

Stacey Ballis
“Yep," I say, cutting a large slice of the Dutch Baby pancake and sliding it onto her plate along with two pieces of thick-sliced bacon. Then I serve myself, the fluffy pancake, doused in butter and lemon and confectioners' sugar, the bacon perfectly crispy and salty.
"What happened? 'Cause that is some full-service lawyering; I'm clearly with the wrong firm. Damn this thing is delicious," she says in a rush, forking a large piece of pancake into her mouth and rolling her eyes.
"I know, right?" I take a small bite, letting the flavors mingle, the light pancake, the tart lemon, the sweet sugar. Perfection.”
Stacey Ballis, Out to Lunch

Frank Tayell
“One day, and it may be long off, but one day there will be bacon again. It might be mouse bacon, but that will do for me.”
Frank Tayell, London

J.K. Rowling
“Fru Weasley vækkede dem tidligt den følgende onsdag.

Efter en let morgenmad bestående af et halvt dusin bacon-sandwiches hver klædte de sig på og gav sig til at vente”

(Harry Potter og Hemmelighedernes Kammer, J.K. Rowling)”
J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Stephen King
“Mr Gray didn't care much for Jonesy's body (or so he told himself; in truth it was hard not to feel at least some affection for something capable of providing such unexpected pleasures as 'bacon' and 'murder'), but it did have to take him another couple of hundred miles.”
Stephen King, Dreamcatcher

“Don’t stab the pig and then eat its bacon”
Charmaine J Forde
tags: bacon, eat, pig, stab

“Doug Larson, the famous runner and 1924 Olympic Gold Medal winner, said it best 'Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.”
David Mezzapelle, Contagious Optimism: Uplifting Stories and Motivational Advice for Positive Forward Thinking

Stacey Ballis
“Liam's hash brown casserole can only be described as so over-the-top ridiculous I fear Paula Deen is sitting somewhere cackling about it. I can tell that there is cheese, butter, and sour cream in there, and do not want to know what else. It is delicious, as are the perfectly dried eggs, crispy bacon, buttery toast, and juicy sausages. The muffins are banana chocolate chip, otherwise known as breakfast cake.”
Stacey Ballis, Recipe for Disaster

Jack McDevitt
“Contemporaries only know the authority figures and the loudmouths. And the people born into power. But it takes perspective to know who's carrying the load. Nobody here has a clue who Johannes Kepler is. All they know about Galileo is that he's a teacher who got in trouble with the Inquisition. I doubt anyone's heard of Francis Bacon. Even in Britain, nobody really knows him. He's just a guy with a funny name.”
Jack McDevitt, Time Travelers Never Die

H.E. Bates
“The cookery books will give you a thousand finicky devices, mushrooms in this, mushrooms in that, but there is only one way—to fry them, simply with bacon, until they swim in their black fragrant juice.”
H.E. Bates, Through the Woods

Kevin Hearne
“Bacon is the way and the truth.”
Kevin Hearne, Tricked
tags: bacon

Tiffany Reisz
“It smelled like heaven, like love, like home and family and Sunday mornings at her grandparents' house. It smelled like...Bacon.”
Tiffany Reisz, The Night Mark
tags: bacon

“A couple of eggs sunny side up, some rashes of bacon, and a couple of sausages can put a smile into anyone's day.”
Anthony T. Hincks

Stacey Ballis
There is no single food that affects people as deeply as bacon. Bacon appeals to our basest desires of meat and fat and salt. It elevates everything it touches, transforming a burger into a celebration, taking simple lettuce and tomato and making them more delicious than any salad vegetable has a right to be. Bacon is the ultimate polyamorous food, loving everyone equally, eggs and pancakes, sandwiches and salads, meats and vegetables, mains and sides, savory and sweet. Bacon on grilled cheese? Delicious. Bacon dipped in the maple syrup from your French toast? Sublime. Watch a breakfast buffet, and see where people consistently overindulge. I bet it will be the vat of bacon, which sends its smoky siren song out to everyone.
Stacey Ballis, Good Enough to Eat
tags: bacon

Lisa Scottoline
“Bacon is the meth of meats.”
Lisa Scottoline, Why My Third Husband Will Be a Dog: The Amazing Adventures of an Ordinary Woman

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