This Bacon, Basil, Tomato Mac and Cheese is delicious.
If you’re like me, you might have a loads of tomatoes from your garden and looking for ways to use them up. We planted 4 cherry tomato plants this year, and that was 3 too many. I’m up to my eyeballs in tomatoes.
Find this recipe here: https://www.iwashyoudry.com/bacon-basil-tomato-mac-cheese/
You’ve got to check out this wonderfully easy and delicious baked chicken recipe…and it’s combined with Bacon and cream cheese. What could be better?!
Find the recipe here: http://myblessedlife.net/2012/08/bacon-chicken.html
I’d love to reveal a little secret about our household of two. We love biscuits! All sorts of them!
Biscuits are especially enjoyed by the male over here. You should see his smile each time he finds out they are in the oven. Especially when her knows they are BACON biscuits!
It’s the widest and most content smile I’ve ever seen. And when the biscuits are done my boyfriend immediately grabs his plate of at least fourteen and hurries to watch his favorite sitcoms.
I love to make biscuits because somehow they make the world a perfect place.
They are magical.
Click here for the recipe: http://zoomyummy.com/2010/10/22/bacon-and-cheese-biscuits/
Did I mention the beer-glazed onions on top? You have got to try this recipe!
Click here for the recipe: https://www.aboutstark.com/food-dining/test-kitchen-open-faced-cheddar-turkey-bacon-sandwich-beer-glazed-onions/
This country was founded by those who dare to be bold. Ol’ Major Bacon Bourbon (Formerly Bacon Bourbon USA) takes two of America’s greatest assets and challenges the boundaries of their potential by fusing them in the world’s first and original bottled Bacon Bourbon.
The mixture has been called both “crazy” and “delicious,” but those with taste buds agree that the Bacon and bourbon form a delicate, but rugged balance of flavor and drunk.
Click here for many recipes: http://www.baconbourbonusa.com/bacon-bourbon-cocktails/
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Now there's a new expensive breakfast indulgence that San Franciscans are obsessed with.
"Millionaire's Bacon" is a thick-cut, succulent-and-sweet version of the breakfast staple and it's increasingly popping up on menus across the Bay Area. Its decadence might make you feel rich, but you certainly don't need to be a millionaire to try it. The Bacon ranges from $2 to $7 a slice.
Read more here: http://www.businessinsider.com/we-tried-millionaires-bacon-in-sf-2017-10?r=UK&IR=T
Bacon + Salt is a magical combination - and you can use it on anything (i.e. everything!). Homemade Bacon Salt can be sprinkled on popcorn, used as a Bloody Mary garnish - or as a finishing salt on a beautiful steak! What would you use it on?
Check out this video from our friends at [email protected] to learn how to make your own: https://www.facebook.com/itsapartytv/videos/370165760086669/
I finally feel comfortable making fried chicken and a friend told me that she bakes hers so it’s healthier. Well I baked it but I doubt it is any healthier because I also wrapped it in Bacon. YUM!
Click here for this recipe: https://momstart.com/baked-bacon-cracker-chicken-recipe/
You’ve had burgers. You’ve had doughnuts. You may well have had a burger wedged between two doughnuts. But have you ever eaten – or, er, desired – a burger INSIDE a doughnut? Anyone? Bueller?
You will have to travel to London for this one!
Click here to read more: https://www.timeout.com/london/blog/london-meet-the-bacon-cheeseburger-doughnut-092717
Savory, rich Bacon and beef pair perfectly with beer, mustard, and red wine vinegar creating a well-rounded, complex flavor profile. The recipe comes together quickly and makes 16 cups--enough for 12 generous servings. Make sure to use low sodium beef broth to keep a balanced salt level. Serve with crusty bread, cornbread, or butter rolls.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/bacon-and-beef-stew
In recipe testing, I discovered that crispy Bacon or toasted almonds make a salad great; and that together, they beat out croutons 96 percent of the time. That a half cup of quinoa adds phenomenal texture and a wallop of protein without turning your green salad into a quinoa salad. That avocado disappears into creamy oblivion, enriching every bite. And that if you use the proper amount of olive oil in a vinaigrette, you don’t need any sugar (though it’s still tasty to add a drizzle of good honey), because the good-for-you fat takes care of the puckery tang.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.biggirlssmallkitchen.com/2014/05/salad-with-bacon-quinoa-and-honey-dijon.html
Going to a tailgate party? Here is an easy yet delish recipe that everyone will love! Why? Bacon!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/09/30/tailgate-recipe-bacon-bites/
These Peanut Butter Bacon Breakfast Cookies are quick to whip up, and they are lovely for breakfast on-the-go or as a filling snack. I make some variation of my breakfast cookies every few weeks because they’re so handy to have… well, on hand.
All of this to say: I’ve never seen a Bacon Breakfast Cookie, and these had to happen. I love my other breakfast cookie recipes, but I’m sure you can guess that these are my favorite.
Find this recipe here: https://www.foodfanatic.com/recipes/peanut-butter-bacon-breakfast-cookies-recipe/
It’s comforting, cheap and easy to make and, best of all, it can be on the table in 30 minutes. Now really, best of all is all about the Bacon!
P.S. - Don’t like salmon, try it with chicken instead!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/recipes/speedy-jacket-potatoes-with-crispy-bacon-and-salmon-a7952526.html
Bacon lovers rejoice, the food concoction of your dreams has landed in the city of Melbourne. The latest food creation to come out of this hipster hub is a Bacon layer cake that may make your mouth water and your arteries clog at the sound of it.
The cake begins with a Bacon weave followed by a layer of burger patties, mac and cheese, more Bacon, cheddar cheese, another Bacon weave, pulled brisket, more cheese, sweet potato, even more Bacon weaves, another layer of mac and cheese and a final layer of Bacon.
Courtesy of: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4919800/Cafe-serves-bacon-cake-topped-floss-cheese.html
I really liked the tangy dressing and salty Bacon flavor combined with the sweetness of the apples. I almost forgot there was cabbage in there! And yes it is better the second day when the flavors have marinated and then released it’s full flavor. I still wouldn’t order coleslaw as a side at KFC, unless of course they changed the recipe to this one. Then I would get it every time.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.thisgrandmaisfun.com/apple-bacon-coleslaw/
As it starts cooling down outside, I am on the lookout for warm, gooey, comfort food (with Bacon of course!) ... and this recipe has it all! This Warm Bacon Cheese Dip is loaded with thick Bacon, gooey cheese, and baked to perfection! This is a party pleaser!!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2015/12/warm-bacon-cheese-dip/
Brunch just got a whole lot better thanks to these Bacon and Caramel Glazed Sticky Buns. Besides tasting great, they can be ready in just an hour.
Find this recipe here: http://honestcooking.com/bacon-caramel-glazed-sticky-buns/
Hello, fall! ‘Tis the season for new wardrobes, pumpkin-flavored everything, and crisp weather. Most of us have a handful of fall foods and recipes that are tradition. The season wouldn’t be the same without them: chili, slow cooker dishes, pumpkin treats and apple pie.
Let us introduce a new favorite to your repertoire: Bacon jam. Who are we kidding? This recipe never really goes out of season. Fall just seems like a great time to enjoy it, in so many ways. Think about serving it over bread for an appetizer, having it with savory biscuits for brunch, serving with cheese and crackers, or sitting it out for your next tailgate. Try topping your burger or grilled cheese, too! Bacon jam presents a lot of opportunities. Try it out for yourself!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.porkbeinspired.com/2017/09/bacon-jam/
Click here to just buy some: https://www.baconaddicts.com/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=bacon+jam
This Gordon Ramsay recipe is going viral! It’s not easy to go viral with a recipe these days - the internet is awash with creative delicious concoctions we never imagined we’d ever be able to eat.
So kudos to Gordon Ramsay who has caught the attention of the world with his recipe for eggs baked in hash brown with glazed Bacon.
When you think about it, you have to wonder why you haven’t already tried it. Eggs. Baked in hash browns, Bacon. It makes so much sense.
Click here for the recipe & video: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/gordon-ramsay-eggs-baked-hash-browns-bacon-recipe-ingredients-cooking-instructions-how-to-make-a7952591.html
You will never eat plain Bacon again!
Click here for this recipe and video: https://barbecuebible.com/recipe/maple-candied-bacon/
I grew up eating Italian food, which is extremely popular and a staple here in Buenos Aires. Together with meat, of course. Weekends eating pasta with rich tomato sauces and homemade potato gnocchi. Or risotto as I grew older and my palate dared incorporate new ideas.
The Bacon bits are a new addition. And who can argue with the exponential improvement Bacon brings to a recipe like this one, right? They round up this appetizer.
How do you feel about creating a whole meal around stuff on toast? A bruschetta bar maybe (tartine if you’re in France and tostas if you’re in Spain)? Different toppings, garlic toast, good crusty bread, condiments, different pestos and cheeses, vegetables and even fruits. The combinations are up to you. I am almost certain I could eat it every day, and love it, and not tire of it, the way I feel about good sandwiches. They could become my daily food.
Find this recipe here: https://vintagekitchennotes.com/2017/09/ricotta-tomato-bruschetta-bacon-garlic.html
At the Allentown fair the Junior Baking-Cookies, Brownies and Bars contest was new this year. As soon as I had a bite of Marina’s Delicious Bacon Brownies, I knew which entry would get the blue ribbon. The 165th fair wrapped up on Labor Day after a full slate of culinary contests and demonstrations.
The baker of these amazing brownies was Marina Martin-Foncesca, 8, of Allentown. Like the majority of the bakers and cooks I meet at the fair, Marina acquired her skills through spending time in the kitchen with family, in this case her grandmother, Barbie Krapf of Upper Macungie, and her mom, Amy Martin.
Click here to read more: http://www.mcall.com/entertainment/dining/mc-ent-allentown-junior-baking-winner-profile-20170823-story.html
This recipe for savory bacon onion rolls is from Chef Louis P. DeGouy's baking cookbook, “The Bread Tray.” I’ve started collecting all of his books, though some are a little harder to track down than others, and each is filled with wonderful recipes like this one.
I updated the measurements a bit for the modern kitchen, and lightly rendered the Bacon and caramelized the onion to create a deeper flavor. But these lovely rolls – which I didn’t realize until I was almost finished would look like savory cinnamon rolls – are perfect with soup on a cold evening. Make sure to serve them with lots of melted butter and a pinch of salt – it makes them particularly delicious.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.thekitchykitchen.com/?recipes=/savory-bacon-onion-rolls/