Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Candy, Bacon, Candied Bacon.

Your holiday guide to candied bacon:

Emeril's recipe for this treat recommends a lot of cayenne pepper, but suggests you serve it at brunch. I say serve it all the time, even as a snack. Food Network
This New York restaurant serves candied bacon with whipped cream for dipping, which sounds like the best drunk food of all time, and may surpass the current frontrunner, the sausage egg and cheese croissant. NYT

The do's and don'ts of at home bacon candy-ing, or "sticky pig candy stripes." Delicious Days

Brown-sugar glazed bacon from PBS, but be careful, it also includes serving sizes and nutritional information (both of which should not be allowed anywhere near bacon). PBS

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7 comments:

Maggie said...

Who would like something that gross...? Probably Dee maybe even Carolyn! Nasty.

JoshERR said...

Wow you show a serious lack of understanding of how sweet and savoury work together... Don't you eat bacon with pancakes and sweet syrup... did you think about that!?!?

Jennifer said...

I would say there is a world-wide 'lack of understanding of how sweet and savoury work together.' Thank you for calling attention to this serious problem, Josh.

Denise said...

You know what wouldn't show a lack of understanding of how sweet and savoury work together? Alinea dry caramel w/ bacon salt. In fact, it may bring about world peace.

Jennifer said...

Will it quell the rebel forces? --ahem, vegetarians, ahem--

Denise said...

Oh, without a doubt. There will be disarming of spud guns everywhere!

Maggie said...

You're all cotton headed ninny muggins!!!!!!!!!!