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Jesus found in frying pan

A Texan family say they have found the image of Jesus in their frying pan.

Juan Pastrano, wife Mary-Lou and son Juan Jnr made the discovery when they went to wash up after a fry-up at their home in Prairie Lea.

Now they are keeping the pan in a sealed plastic bag while they decided what to do with it.

Two months ago a woman who discovered an image of the Virgin Mary in her toasted cheese sandwich sold it for £14,000 to casino company GoldenPalace.com. .

Jewellery maker Diana Duyser, 52, was shocked when the bidding went through the roof after she offered it for sale on eBay.

Now Mrs Duyser has suggested the Texas family follow her example and offer it for sale on eBay.

"I think they will be amazed how much it could sell for," she said.

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Soon to be putting in a feature appearance on 'ebay madness' no doubt ! ;)

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Whatever happened to the cinnamon bun that looked like Mother Teresa?

Was it sold, or did someone eat it? :w

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Whatever happened to the cinnamon bun that looked like Mother Teresa?

Was it sold, or did someone eat it?  :w

Apparently Chris the bun has been preserved and is on continuous display at the Bongo Java coffee house in Nashville, TN. For anyone wishing to make their own personal pilgrimage to this holy shrine, Bongo Java is located across the street from Belmont University in Nashville's Belmont-Hillsboro neighborhood. 2007 Belmont Blvd. Nashville, TN 37212. Hours: Monday – Friday 7am – 11pm; Saturday & Sunday 8am – 11pm Phone: (615) 385-JAVA

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when I lived in New Haven there was a tree in a local park on which someone claimed to have seen the image of Jesus weeping. I wanted to get a posse of Jews and chop it down - I figured, we killed their lord, might as well get their tree, too -

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Phil, thank you for the illuminating link!

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But all I ordered was Crepes Suzette :angry:

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Whatever happened to the cinnamon bun that looked like Mother Teresa?

Was it sold, or did someone eat it?  :w

Apparently Chris the bun has been preserved and is on continuous display at the Bongo Java coffee house in Nashville, TN. For anyone wishing to make their own personal pilgrimage to this holy shrine, Bongo Java is located across the street from Belmont University in Nashville's Belmont-Hillsboro neighborhood. 2007 Belmont Blvd. Nashville, TN 37212. Hours: Monday – Friday 7am – 11pm; Saturday & Sunday 8am – 11pm Phone: (615) 385-JAVA

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I know where i'm going for lunch today. Whoo hoo! :blink:

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Also apparently a Canadian Fred Whan, isolated in cold and snowy Ontario, is currently disputing eBay’s rejection of his burnt fishfinger with an image of Jesus burnt on the surface. Fred kept the fishfinger since burning it over a year ago on noticing that it seemed to feature a man's face. Fred recalls that "I said: "That looks like a rock singer", and then my son goes: "It looks like Jesus", and I said: "Well, it does, yeah". "He just can’t understand why Ebay approved Diana Duyser's toasted cheese sandwich Virgin Mary but rejected his fishfinger Jesus. He figures that the son of God has got to be worth twice as much as the mother! Fred is currently trying to take his dispute to a higher authority. Maybe this latest miracle which has occurred in a frying pan in Texas will boost his chances. Also as I understand it the Golden Palace casino will soon be sending Diana Duyser and the toasted cheese sandwich Virgin Mary on a nationwide tour. Coming soon to a town near you!

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Phil, thank you for the illuminating link!

:lol::lol::lol:

The likeness is uncanny!

If www.goldenpalace.com is going to keep buying all these food items with Jesus on them.... hmmm....

Hey, I've got a spatula, a frying pan, some cheese and bread...

I think I've found my new career! :g

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A holy food discovery also took place on Oct. 5, 1977. Maria Rubio of Lake Arthur, N.M., was filling a tortilla with eggs, chiles and beans when she looked in her skillet and saw something that would change her life. ''It looks like our Lord Jesus Christ,'' she reportedly told her daughters. Shaken, the family drove to a church in the nearby town of Dexter, where a priest tried to convince her that it was all a coincidence. Rubio nevertheless persuaded the priest, however reluctantly, to bless what was her day-old breakfast.

In back of the mobile home where they lived, the Rubio family built turned a 6-foot wood shed into a makeshift shrine, fitting it with glass doors. Soon it would be one of the state's more popular tourist attractions, drawing more than 35,000 people over the years, with some praying for diving assistance, according to one tourist guide. There's no word on whether the tortilla shrine helps in cases of heartburn.

Conveniently the Miracle Tortilla is located just 30 miles from Roswell, a popular tourist destination for UFO believers.

In yet another Mexican food phenomenon, Oregon's 24-hour Church of Elvis in Portland displayed a "Miracle of the Tortilla of Turin" — a corn chip imprinted with the face of rock 'n' roll's king of kings.

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It's amazing... I was making some grilled cheese sandwiches and you'll never believe what happened!

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The image on this sandwich looks familiar, but I can't place it.

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Sacred food it seems is not just confined to Christianity. Take for example the Holy Aubergine of India...

Aubergine seeds spell out 'Allah'

An Indian woman cut open an aubergine to find seeds spelling out the word Allah.

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Visitors flocked to see the aubergine at a house in Mendhasal village, near Bhubaneswar. Oriya language daily, Sambad, reported that the aubergine was bought from the local market. Muhammad Khalil's wife sliced open the vegetable. She noticed the seeds read 'Allah' in Urdu script. She informed the Imam who ordered the vegetable to be kept in a mosque for offering prayers. Hundreds of Muslims converged on the mosque to see the vegetable.

As far as I am aware this particular item has not yet appeared for sale on Ebay.

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And they wonder why people make fun of religion... :wacko:

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The image on this sandwich looks familiar, but I can't place it.

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If you find a 'Lost In Space' one I'll pay anything!!! :excited::excited:

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If you find a 'Lost In Space' one I'll pay anything!!! :excited::excited:

What a shocking coincidence!!!

I was just making another grilled cheese sandwich and I think I can make out Dr. Smith and the robot.

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Danger! Danger, li'l Weizenson!

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When I was a kid I was madly in love with her, very, very sexy and very sexy voice. Still love her!

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If you find a 'Lost In Space' one I'll pay anything!!! :excited:  :excited:

What a shocking coincidence!!!

I was just making another grilled cheese sandwich and I think I can make out Dr. Smith and the robot.

I love this place! :lol:

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If you find a 'Lost In Space' one I'll pay anything!!! :excited:  :excited:

What a shocking coincidence!!!

I was just making another grilled cheese sandwich and I think I can make out Dr. Smith and the robot.

:lol: Wow! You're a regular phenom when it comes to plucking these mystical oddities from the frying pan! I heard that the most highly sought after piece of 'art' by eBay cheesenutcasewichworld collecters is....

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:lol: Wow! You're a regular phenom when it comes to plucking these mystical oddities from the frying pan! I heard that the most highly sought after piece of 'art' by eBay cheesenutcasewichworld collecters is....

:lol::lol:

cheesenutcasewichworld :tup:lol:

Curiously, I was cooking a pizza while on the board earlier and left it on too long. Fortunately, I only burned part of it.

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The word that would accurately sum up my total admiration for the man and his talent for coaxing earthly wonders out of a simple spice-infused hunk of dough, has yet to be invented!!!

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