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10 ways to eat more bacon!!!

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Here are interesting ideas?!

10 Ways to Eat More Bacon : Elvis, Metallica?everybody loves it! - CHOW

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post #2 of 20
A good friend of mine presented me with a bottle of bacon vodka (which he re-labled "Swine") just last week. It lives in my freezer. I am affraid.

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post #3 of 20
Crispy bacon on a tuna fish sandwich with lots of veggies goes wonderful together! I would never had thought so, but it's fabulous.
post #4 of 20
Who needs a reason to eat more bacon :lol: I really should order a case of pork bellies and make my own again.
post #5 of 20
My brother has a postulation - the phrase "too much bacon" has no meaning in the English language.
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post #6 of 20
I've got a great way to eat bacon but I'm sure its not new....lying on your bed on a Sunday morning with a good book, phones all turned off, hot cup of coffee, glass of juice, and a stack of fried bacon in between 2 pieces of bread which have been fried in the bacon fat. Ohh yeah :) I reckon I do that maybe 3 times a year for me, but dang, its good when it happens.

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Click here for a link to the recipe

This apple pie just looked so cool I had to post it (recipe and pie by elicooks)


dan
post #8 of 20
wonder what flavor ice cream they serve with that bacon apple pie......:rolleyes:
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post #9 of 20
You gave me an idea. Next time I make quiche I am going to do it with the bacon lattice top. Make a nice presentation .:roll:Thank You


Next they will be comeing out with scdrambled egg flavor vodka ,,,Enough Already !!!!!It borders on the edge of insanity. Anything for shelfspace.
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post #10 of 20
melt down some dark chocolate, make it as spicy as you can handle with some cayenne and whatever other spices...

and make chocolate covered bacon. Mmmmm. I did it a few weeks ago and it came out awesome.



it was with leftover crappy bacon, and I didn't bother to use a bacon press for this expermiment.

next time i will use THICK cut bacon, pressed flat in the oven with a cast iron pan on top, then cover in chocolate.
post #11 of 20
I made a delicous corn chowder this weekend. It called for bacon, and potatoes cooked in the bacon drippings. Delicious, but sinful I'm sure!
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post #12 of 20
Blackbird Restaurant, in Chicago serves a bacon ice cream...seems like that would fit the theme :bounce:

yum yum piggy!

dan
post #13 of 20
I'd like to find a good ice cream that goes well with my chocolate covered bacon. what ice creams go well with spicy tastes?

The bacon, itself, while addicting to eat alone, would be much better as just a cool/savory part of a dessert, but I haven't figured out how to do it yet.
post #14 of 20
Corn. Or Black pepper.

--Al
post #15 of 20
It's crazy how bacon has become so trendy as of late! I recently was thinking that I actually like bacon better that prosciutto, and that made me question my reputation as an Italian food lover :)
post #16 of 20
Apple pie ice cream works well with bacon, I had that at a friends house recently.
post #17 of 20
So,

I made it again last night...and perfected it. Pictures tonight when I get home from work. The key is not thick bacon, but thin...and flat....and crispy. and not a lot of chocolate.

I just added basic cayenne (a lot of it) to some dark chocolate this time too.

the pictures are great, stay tuned.
post #18 of 20
Had dinner there this past summer and tried the Bacon Ice Cream with Blackberry Beignets. They also served an Avocado Ice Cream with a dessert that was great.
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post #19 of 20
Here's something fun that I did with my Culinary II students a few weeks ago. We made chicken fried bacon and used this product as a variation on the traditional BLT.

post #20 of 20
Here ya go.

Spicy Chocolate Covered Bacon



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