You know bacon is delicious, but did you know it contains enough energy to melt metal?
Pure oxygen flows from a metal pipe through a core of baked prosciutto, generating a grease fire hot enough to ignite steel and burn a hole clear through this pan. A wrapping of less-flammable uncooked prosciutto focuses the flame into an intense bacon-plasma torch. …Pure oxygen helps release it in a much shorter time than usual, but it's really the chemical energy in the bacon that makes the steel pan burn.
If you read the article, you'll find that they also made a vegetarian heat lance with a hollowed-out cucumber stuffed with breadsticks (though not quite as long-lasting, still produces a very impressive flame).