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Bacon!

That's all I wanted to say…

yummmmy Bacon!
yummmmy Bacon!

What's your favorite recipe that uses bacon, or are you a simple bacon only type?

Disclaimer: I am sorry if I offend any of my non-meat-eating pals. I've tried tofu, I like it… but it doesn't call my name from the griddle.

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4 thoughts on “Bacon!”

  1. These bacon deviled eggs are the bomb, way better than the standard:
    Scoop out the yolks and mix with mayo or Miracle Whip (however much you need to get to the consistency you like), add a few drops of apple cider vinegar and as much crumbled bacon as makes you happy. SO GOOD.

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  2. Love bacon. I am usually just a straight up bacon guy. Just fry it up and stick it on a plate. It can improve nearly anything you add it to though. But it is always a sad day when I have to take a perfectly good strip of bacon and cut it up into lardons or bits. But here is a bacon recipe I want to try sometime from Alton Brown:

    Ingredients
    1 pound thick cut bacon
    2 1/2 ounces light brown sugar, about 6 tablespoons
    1 1/2 ounces pecan halves
    Directions
    Heat the oven to 400 degrees F.

    Line a half sheet pan with aluminum foil. Arrange the bacon in a single layer on a cooling rack, and set it in the prepared sheet pan. Bake until the bacon browns and the fat is rendered and bubbly. About 30 to 35 minutes.

    Meanwhile, combine the brown sugar and pecans in a small food processor. Pulse about 15 times or until the pecans are finely chopped.

    Remove the bacon from the oven, sprinkle with the brown sugar mixture, and pat down to adhere. Return to the oven a bake until the bacon is crisp, about 10 minutes.

    Cool on the rack for 10 minutes before serving

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