Mine are the following:
Bacon Avocado Hamburger
Mac and cheese with bacon bits
Baked potato with bacon bits and melted cheese
Bacon and Eggs
BLT Bacon Lettuce Tomato Sandwich toasted with a touch of mayonaise salt and pepper
Grilled bacon-wrapped corn on the cob
New England clam chowder with gobs of bacon in it
Bacon, egg and cheese sandwich
Filet Mignon wrapped in bacon
2 english muffins rubbed with olive oil garlic thyme and red pepper flakes, topped with sauted shallots and spinach, top that with BACON, poached egg, and finally a couple of shavings of parmesan cheese.
oh yea and third your classic BLT
I love bacon in so many ways but the following are three of my favourites:
Chicken breast fillet, topped with sun dried tomato slice and basil leaves, wrapped in bacon and casseroled for half an hour at 375F/190C.
Similarly, firm fleshed white fish wrapped in bacon and casseroled at same temperature for around twenty minutes.
Bacon as part of a big fry up, with sausages, egg, black (blood) pudding, tomatoes, mushrooms and onions.
I am now off to raid the fridge...
Gordon, I'm not familiar with blood pudding. i've heard many people talk about it, but what is it and how is it prepared? Thanks, Phil
18.00 hours, wife who saves!
Black pudding/blood pudding is made with principally oatmeal, spices such as nutmeg and pigs' blood. I know it sounds disgusting but it is in fact delicious. It is very popular here in Scotland and in the North of England, where it is known as black pudding.
In the USA, it is more commonly known as blood pudding but the essential basics are the same.
When it is prepared, it is usually stuffed in to a casing (like a big sausage) and sliced. The slices are then fried or grilled.
Gordon, thanks for all that. I have heard about the dish as my dad's buddy from college has some friends in Scotland, and it's one of his favorite dishes. I can't say I've tried blood pudding and not sure whether people in the U.S. eat that dish or not. I've never heard of any friends nor run into anyone that makes the dish, other than those in Scotland I mentioned. Do you bbq it like a sausage? Thanks again for enlightening me on this dish. Best, Phil
You're welcome, Phil.
I suppose you could bbq it but I wouldn't recommend it. It is usually sliced prior to cooking and would probably disintegrate to some extent. It is usually shallow fried or grilled under an overhead grill indoors.
Through friends, I know that blood pudding (as it is known in the USA) is available in both New York State and North Carolina. Assume it will be available elsewhere. May be worth a few different Google searches.
I searched here to see if I could find a supplier that delivers to the USA but they all have a warning saying that they are not allowed to deliver outwith Great Britain due to the laws governing international meat distribution.
If you can't find a supplier, find a local butcher who'll make it for you, e-mail me and I'll send you a recipe for him. It might very well catch on and you can build a Hub promoting it!
Seriously -- take out the blood pudding and I'm sooooo there!
Blood pudding/black pudding is something where the concept alone turns many people off. If you get some properly made blood/black pudding, it is absolutely delicious! I promise!!
I am here in US but I am from the Philippines.I know most Americans do not eat blood pudding. In the philippines its called "dinuguan" and i always cook it here in US. It is really delicious.
green beans with bacon
and Bacon cheeseburgers
I love bacon
Bacon egg n cheese sandwich
Bacon wrapped shrimp with cheddar and jalapeno.
Bacon pepperjack cheese burger
Pasta with cut up tomatoes,crushed garlic, crumbled bacon and drizzled with olive oil.
Crumb Noodle (it's a German thing)
Canadian with pineapple on pizza.
bacon with pancakes, egg and maple syrup. to die for!!!
Bacon wrapped bacon
bacon salad topped with bacon bits
bacon stuffed bacon
I think all of my dishes have bacon in them:
Red Beans & Rice
Baked Potato Soup
bacon and eggs, bacon cheese burgers, bacon wrapped chicken
Bacon spag bowl,
Bacon, beef stew with dumplings,
Bacon and cheese scones x
Chicken and soft cheese wrapped in bacon
Asparagus wrapped in bacon (spek is best) and covered in breadcrumbs, then fried
A good ol' bacon sandwich
1. BLT + turkey sandwich
2. soft taco shell + crunched up bacon + kilbasa + cheese + sour cream
3. Bacon + pancakes + lots of syrup on both
For me it has to be as part of a Full English
http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Joy-of-a-Fu … -Breakfast but failing that there is another British Standard of the Bacon Buttie.
Which is two slices of White Bread, (Might as well be non health white if you are frying everything else) spread with either Tomato Ketchup or HP Brown Sauce, and at least three rashers of Back Bacon, not that wimpy spreaky crap. For extra enjoyment add a fried egg and or sliced mushrooms.
Another tasty variation, toast one side of the bread under a grill, flip it over and place slices of a good melting cheese like cheddar, add a couple of splashes of Worcestershire sauce to the top of the cheese and grill that until it bubbles, remove to a plate add the bacon to complete the sandwich.
BLT with fresh tomatoes only
Spinach salad with bleu cheese dressing/real bacon bits
Omelet with cheese, mushrooms, scallions and bacon.
yum, now I'm very hungry.. and we have no bacon!
Eggs with bacon.
Green peas with bacon (and eggs)
lettuce salad with fried bacon.
Hmmmmmm. I think I'm becoming bacon meself.
Bacon quiche, bacon sandwitch and fry up with extra virgin olive oil.
I mainly just like eating bacon straight up or enjoying in soups like a bean soup or a split pea.
I only have one for you
Candied bacon! Natures most perfect food, protein, Fat, Sodium, Sugar, cholesterol, Nitrates and Nitrites
Grease a baking pan
Lay the bacon out side by side, not overlapping
Sprinkle with brown sugar, coat all of the bacon fairly heavily
Bake at 350 degrees until the sugar caramelizes and the bacon is cooked.
This will stick to the pan so it has to be removed while still hot.
This makes a wonderful hors d'oeuvre if you add a little cayenne to the sugar you get sweet, spicy and salty bacon, Yum
I just love bacon period. I love bacon for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Any kind of bacon sandwich
Or bacon as a side with eggs
I love bacon so much but hate making it.
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