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Mr. B.  isn’t a person, rather its an idea.  Basically Mr. B. is a group of people who like writing for us.  We give them special projects or they bring ideas to us in which they choose to write about.  We welcome stories from you! If we like them we will post them.

Jennifer Eolin

Read her  Articles…Bacon Bits; Is it Bacon?Lada Gaga: A Vision in Meat; see others here.

Her Bio…Jennifer Eolin started being creative at an early age. Being a victim of nepotism, her dad cast her in a local commercial for a department store. Her role, to look like a happy little girl in jammies. What actually occurred? Looking sheepish and scared in jammies. Nevertheless, a diva was born. After graduating from Ithaca College in NY, Jennifer Eolin moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in television. In her first year, she landed a job as a writers’ assistant on Seinfeld. Two years later she wrote an episode for ABC’s It’s Like You Know and was commissioned to write an episode of Kevin Smith’s show, Clerks: The Animated Series. (PS – She is still bitter that the show was up against Survivor, thus ending Clerks run pre-maturely.) In 2000, after the decline in sitcoms (THANKS, SURVIVOR!) she worked as a writer and field producer for Blind Date, Change of Heart, House Calls, elimiDATE, Bud.TV, House Hunters and House Hunters International . Jennifer has also written two industrial films and a special for E! Entertainment Television. In 2008, she received a Silver Telly for writing an hour-long documentary, Echo Taps. Jennifer is also the host of a popular blog. Her comedic blogs (which range in topic from reality TV reviews, to “angry letters” and stories from her life) are often picked up by other websites such as, and In late 2008, the LA Times Sunday Magazine noticed her blog and picked up her “angry” letters as a monthly feature. (PS – She is also bitter that Tribune went belly up only after 4 of her columns ran. Oh yes, she holds grudges.) When Jennifer isn’t writing, she’s acting. She studied improv since 1999 with Los Angeles TheatreSports and LA ComedySportz. She has performed with other improv groups in Ventura, San Diego and San Francisco. In 2004, she was part of the team that won the West Coast TheatreSports Tournament championship and in 2005, she won the title all by herself (which she will readily talk about if asked). Jennifer also made her debut in 2004 playing a supporting role in the movie, LolliLove (written and directed by Jenna Fischer from NBC’s The Office). In 2006, Jennifer made the leap into stand-up comedy and performed at The Hollywood Improv. Also, Jennifer has been cast in several comedic shows/webseries as well as series regulars for pilots on VH-1 and Oxygen. In 2009, Jennifer left LA (take THAT, Survivor!) and headed east. Jennifer lives in New York City, can be seen performing improv regularly with ComedySportz NYC at The Broadway Comedy Club. And let it be known… she is still a diva.

Myles Nye (Lefty)

Read his articles…STARRING: BACON! WITH: SOME VEGETABLES OR SOMETHING; Bacon The Musical; BACON COSTUMES: TOP 10 PHOTOS; read more here.

His Bio…Myles Nye (“Lefty”) lives, writes, and does comedy in Los Angeles. He is a company member in ComedySportz, LA’s longest running show, he creates scavenger hunts for Wise Guys Events, and his 2 favorite places to eat bacon are Anne’s Cafe in Oakland CA and El Gato Negro in San Juan Del Sur Nicaragua. He enjoys sharing bacon with his wife Laurel and can also be found at and (he also performs weddings).

Peter Agostinelli

Read His Articles…Make bacon-wrapped turkey for a festive holiday meal; The Bacon Scarf: A Warm, Delicious Way to Accessorize; The Bacon Ring Technique; Read more here.

His Bio…Peter Agostinelli is an avid home cook with experience in professional kitchens. He finds inspiration in a love for pork of all kinds. Well, that plus pasta, cheese and espresso. And while he tries to limit the amount of meat he eats, bacon is among his favorite things, especially when it’s prepared simply in a seasoned cast iron skillet and plated with farm-fresh eggs (make it a frittata, please) or in a classic BLT. He believes cured pork bellies are great on their own or as a component in a dish, like Rick Bayless’s bacon-and-tomato guacamole. Bacon is salty, concentrated and delicious. And since a little goes a long way, it’s relatively inexpensive. What’s not to love?