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    Your pick! Pig, chicken or turkey bacon. Unsliced bacon is a flitch or slab bacon. A slice of bacon is a rasher (UK, Ireland and Australia) or simply a slice or strip (North America), also known as collops. Bacon made from the meat on the back of the pig is referred to as back rashers and is part of traditional British and Irish breakfasts. In the US, leaner back bacon is referred to as Canadian Bacon. Europeans use it in cubes called lardons for the fat, Italians have bacon (pancetta) is also served uncooked and thinly sliced as part of an antipasto. Streaky bacon (British) comes from the belly of a pig. Hungarian specialty consists of a slab of bacon that's been roasted and then seasoned with paprika is known as Gypsy bacon Irish bacon or Back bacon comes from the loin in the middle of the back of the pig (leaner then American bacon) Middle bacon is much like back bacon but is cheaper and somewhat fattier. Cottage bacon, thinly sliced lean pork meat from a shoulder cut that is typically oval shaped and meaty. Canadian bacon, which is also known as peameal bacon, refers to a specific variety of unsmoked lean bacon. bacon bits teal or imitation which lead us to vegetarian bacon - tofu bacon - soy bacon
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    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This technique is fun to get the kids involved. This gives the bacon a slightly different texture, crisp yet chewy. For a little added smokiness and heat do try this method with Recipe #107440. Easy clean up!!!!!! ;)

    Recipe #296507

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Your BLT on a cheeseburger with chipotles makes this a Hot burger! A hot grill is one you cannot hold your hand over. To test place you hand just above the cooking grate. If it's too hot to do then the grill is just right. Unless you know you have the best freshest meat serve it as desired.

    Recipe #227226

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    An a adopted recipe that I tweeked. SUGGESTED DIPPERS: Green Bell Pepper, Bok Choy, Celery, Pita Bread, Radishes, Aged Cheddar Cheese, Cheese Crackers

    Recipe #8002

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This was my first time having this type of beans. They reminded me of white navy beans.The bacon and smoked turkey wings give this dish a nice smokey flavor. Epazote has a flavor similar to coriander. It is also called Mexican tea or wormseed. I found this dried in Mexican specialty store This is great with beans because it works to reduce gas. This is a very fragrant and flavored herb that takes some time to get used to. Like cilantro, it has a tenacity that is best mellowed by cooking. Its pungency is well complimented by beans, and it has a mellowing effect on other intense spices. Use of this herb dates back to Aztecan times. Name changed by request of Jen.

    Recipe #75803

    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Bacon can be skipped or replaced with ham. Tomatoes are also good on the sandwiches. 1 slice of cheese is plenty because of the richness of the eggs. The kids love it. If you like serve with syrup. If using bacon do try this method Recipe #107440 it makes clean up a breeze.

    Recipe #71187

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Not for those on a diet! Rich and creamy with a slight smoky flavor! Serve with crisp French bread and a fresh green salad.

    Recipe #69067

    28 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Great for pot luck, picnics a light dinner.Made in a pan so you can just toss the pan.

    Recipe #66292

    102 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Warning WARNING !! This Tex Mex salad is Very SPICY !!! Use your best judgment in how much Chipotle peppers you use. Taste as you add just don't dump them all in. Each pepper has it's own heat level. Yes us Girls love it too! ;)

    Recipe #60560

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The title says it all! People have been known to burn their tongues on these because they just couldn't wait! Vegetarian's can skip the bacon or use imitation bacon. One half is a meal!!! Very filling! If you want a green salad on the side.

    Recipe #58374

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Feel free to add other types of cheese or toppings such as cooked ground beef with taco seasonings, salsa, mushrooms, ham caramelized onions or broccoli.

    Recipe #56062

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I had left over liverwurst and mixed with the rest of ingredients. It's a big hit at party's! I've been making this for years.The main thing be sides taste is its easy and cheap.

    Recipe #49706

    42 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Quick Easy and if your lucky enough (left overs are the best)! Make sure to slice the red onion super super thin (I use the mandolin). Oh!!!! Print the recipe you'll be asked for it. This doesn't get soggy so you can make the day before. This is great for pot lucks. Just layer all in a foil pan. If vegetarian you can use imitation bacon made of soy, you can change the fillings to anything you enjoy but I do suggest keeping the iceberg you can use romaine successfully and the peas and celery are a must in this recipe.

    Recipe #51349

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~


    Recipe #53843

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Comfort Food! Easy!

    Recipe #53849

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These are the best! Not being a Fan of limas I just adore these. It may be the hot cheese or the sweetness of the brown sugar. I don't know but it's just too GOOD! It's a great side or serve over rice for a main meal. You can also skip the bacon if you're not into meat! You can add liquid smoke!

    Recipe #54010

    15 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Talk about Comfort food!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've also made it with Monterey Jack Cheese to give it a little kick!!

    Recipe #50604

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a quick and easy bunch dish. Since canadian bacon is cooked already it just has to be heated.

    Recipe #125208

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This Bacon Lettuce and Tomato Sandwich is kicked up by using Garden Tomatoes, Romaine lettuce, Blue Cheese dressing, a Sprinkle of garden fresh Basil on a hard Fresh Roll.

    Recipe #126945

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is thick, hearty, sweet, and spicy comfort food feeds a crowd. Great for those outdoor parties.

    Recipe #134493

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Wrap it in a tortilla, romaine leaves, serve on your favorite bread, crackers place in a whole bread with the center scooped out as a dip with fresh veggies or eat it on a bed of iceburg lettuce as a salad! Great way to use those leftover Easter eggs!

    Recipe #164366

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