Friday, July 29, 2005


cookies: 10
cups of coffee: 3


Blogger Mr Lucky Doubles said...

how do the carts prepare and store their bacon? I frequently see half-cooked bacon at b'fast spots that is quickly cooked when someone orders it. Is it just laying there waiting for someone to order it? How do they keep it warm?

And was the bacon very flat on the sandwich - or was it crinkly? I'm not sure which I prefer. I like crinkly, but it's tough to get an evenly cooked slice when crinkly.

10:17 AM  
Blogger lucky doubles roller said...

As you astutely observed, the bacon is kept 1/2 cooked on the side of the grill in a large pile. When called for, the required slices are moved to a hotter part of the grill to complete the cooking process.

The bacon is most often flat on the sandwich and slightly chewy. I prefer this to crispy bacon.

10:53 AM  
Blogger Teddy Bass said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

4:06 PM  
Blogger Teddy Bass said...

Bacon Dogs: National Food of Echo Park, Ca. Lovers of undercooked bacon agree that there is no finer epi-delite than the Echo Park Bacon Dog. It's a seasonal treat, as carts appear on Echo Park streetcorners along the eastern stretch of Sunset Blvd..

Bacon Dogs combined with fresh roasted cattle corn makes a meal, with or without the following condiment choices; mayo, butter, cheese, chili powder, lime juice and confectioners sugar. Brave street food connoisseurs just ask for it slathered with "the works".

4:14 PM  
Blogger Mr Lucky Doubles said...

Teddy bass knows of which he speaks, since I live on the outskirts of Echo Park myself.

Thankfully, I dont live there. (It's a ghetto.)

the assortment of condiments is - as he points out -bewildering - to say the least.

Also: served from a cart.

4:50 PM  
Blogger lucky doubles roller said...

Is ther a nobler place from which to gain one's sustenance than the cart? If so I haven't found it.

7:15 PM  
Anonymous christian said...

Hi Mr Lucky Doubles love your blog. I came across it while looking for prayer. I know this post is not an exact match but thanks for the read. I'll get on with my search for prayer stuff and will visit again sometime. Take Care

7:58 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home