French Toast & Bacon Bombs Recipe

Oh yeah! I am liking this new recipe for my favorite thing in the world….BACON!

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Vegetable oil for deep-frying

1 – can (16.3 oz) Pillsbury™ Grands!™ Flaky Layers refrigerated biscuits

1 – package (8 oz) cream cheese

8 – slices bacon, halved

Toothpicks or skewers

1/2 – cup cinnamon-sugar



  1. Heat oil in deep-fryer to 350°F.
Separate dough into 8 biscuits; split each into 2 rounds. Gently stretch out each biscuit half just a bit; add small scoop of cream cheese in center. Wrap dough around cream cheese; seal edges.
Wrap each stuffed biscuit with half slice of bacon; secure with toothpick.
  4. Fry bacon-wrapped stuffed biscuits in oil until puffed and golden brown on all sides.
While warm, toss evenly in cinnamon-sugar. If desired, serve with maple syrup.

Credit: Pillsbury

Photo Credit: Oh bite it

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Fat Biking in the Wyoming Wilderness

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Though fat bikes have been available commercially since Surly introduced the Pugsley in 2005, fat biking culture is nascent, a combination of endurance athletes,polar explorers, recreational explorers, mountain bikers, beer-drinking buddies and eccentric commuters. A handful of these stakeholders — plus fat bike-producing brands like Salsa, Borealis and Trek — assembled in Jackson, WY in January for the Global Fat Bike Summit. We took the opportunity to roll big wheels on the trails around Turpin Meadow Ranch in Moran, WY and on the snow-covered roads ofGrand Teton National Park. What we discovered in the shadow of the Teton Range is a biking discipline that’s more about having fun than mashing hills or chasing a new PR — and that’s a pretty good way to experience Wyoming. (more)

How It Feels To Ride A Real Hoverboard


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The thin air turns thick beneath your feet. You step onto the Hendo Hoverboard and an invisible force compresses, condensing and coiling like a spring you cannot see. It sinks for just a split-second, slipping closer to the solid copper floor below.

But before it can touch, the magnets strengthen their resolve as they near their arch-nemesis, their object of repulsion. Reality flexes with the strain and scream of motors. Your momentum reverses with a supple bounce. Gravity gives way. The board regains lost altitude, settling into its preferred distance above the ground.

You are hovering.

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And soon, you are sliding. But not like socks on hardwood or a snowboard down a slope. Not even dry ice on a table matches the otherworldly lack of friction. Any semblance of traction has been deleted. You don’t decelerate. There’s nothing to grip or dig into. The slipperiness subverts you balance…

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