Jim Bakker hawking apocalypse food - End of the World Biscuits & Time of Trouble Beans

Jim Bakker hawking food for the apocalypse

"Along with the Time of Trouble Beans, which consists of 14 totes full of black bean burger mix for $3,000 and End of the World Biscuits, food items include End of the World Gravy and Kevin’s Krazy Lasagna."

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Ron Bean's picture

I think Bakker just found some of Gary North's unsold Y2K merchandise and slapped new labels on it.

"Some things are of that nature as to make one's fancy chuckle, while his heart doth ache." John Bunyan

Bert Perry's picture

Word has it that the end of the world will really come when people start smoking after eating all those beans....BOOM.

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.

Donn R Arms's picture

Shaper Iron is proof that good humor is much harder than it looks. Do not try it at home. It should be left to the professionals. Someone is going to get hurt.

Donn R Arms

SamH's picture

only dispies did/believed "goofy" things? [HT: RC Sproul]...heh...


Jim's picture


Here at NPR, we tried the creamy potato soup, macaroni elbows and cheese powder and the chicken noodle soup. And of course we had to test the chocolate pudding for dessert.

Save for the pudding, the dishes were extremely salty and had odd, lingering aftertastes. We couldn't agree on which was worse — the thick potato soup that felt like eating wet cement, the strong chemical overtones in the chocolate pudding or the disturbing radioactive orange of the macaroni and cheese.

(Pro tip: Do not make the mistake we made of adding more cheese than the recipe calls for.)

To be fair, our resources in the NPR kitchen are limited — we had no stove to cook the dishes, only an electric tea kettle to boil water. If you try this yourself, I'd recommend letting everything simmer. That might get rid of the lumps, and the taste might improve, too.

Even then, this most likely isn't what you'll want to be eating for your apocalypse meal. But don't just take our word for it.


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