Every good burger has to have bacon...right? After cooking that, I poured the grease off to use later...
I've never made onion rings...I have no idea how to even make the batter. So...I did what any budding chef would do, and made it up as I went. I used an egg from one of the neighbors...I love farm-eggs...they're almost all yolk. Toss in a bit of yellow cornmeal, flour, and Newcastle Ale, since milk is for sissies. I seasoned it up with some scotch bonnet flakes, cayenne, salt, and fresh ground pepper blend. I messed with it until it was about like pancake batter.
I heated up some oil, coated the onions well, and tossed them in. I turned them, then re-battered them...and finished frying them.
Back to the jalapenos...I nipped the tops off, and cored them.
Good time to start the meat...here's a bare shot:
And then added my personal ghost chile spice blend:
While that was cooking...I started stuffing the japs. I crammed in pepper-jack, and bacon, using the blunt end of a kebab skewer like I was loading a damn musket.
Bacon grease back to the cast iron skillet (of love), and in the japs go:
Cooked them until the cheese started melting out:
Now that everything is all cooked up...it was time to start stacking:
Let your anger be as a monkey in a pinata; hiding with the candy, hoping the children do not break through with a stick.