Chickpea "Bacon", HaveCakeWillTravel (chickpeas, maple syrup, apple cider vinegar, paprika, onion powder, liquid smoke, oil) [Good, easy. When mixed into blander dishes (like something with potatoes), offers up a lot of good flavor.]
Donut Bacon Cheeseburger. There is a reason we don't put chocolate sauce on Thanksgiving turkey. Just because two things are wonderful doesn't mean they with be even more wonderful if you mash them together.
Everything bagel bombs. "If you live in a great bagel city–and by that, I mean New York–this post will not be important to you. Everyone else: this is the most important post on a food blog you will ever read. In fact, if I were you, I’d stop whatever you’re doing, shut the door, and power off your phone. Even if you’re a brain surgeon in the middle surgery, or a diplomat negotiating peace in the Middle East, this takes precedent. Please sit down." Ok, you have my attention.
Uri Scheft's Yemeni Kubaneh Such was the case with kubaneh, which meets all marks from technique to appearance. (I mean, just look at the thing.) Traditionally baked overnight so that Jews would not have to bake on Shabbat, kubaneh is a Yemeni bread that Adeena Sussman aptly described as the "three-way love child of brioche, monkey bread and a Pillsbury crescent roll."