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Old Mon, Jun-15-15, 21:06
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...I am partial to oopsie roll bacon and tomato sandwiches when I have time to make the rolls. I am thinking the bacon weave sections will be amazing for these!!!

ooo I just made some oopsies for hot dog buns...they never really hold up well for them but I keep trying! You just gave me a great idea for a real BLT - I'll try that with oopsies.
Kat
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Old Thu, Jun-25-15, 15:53
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Time for a bump!
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Old Fri, Jun-26-15, 05:43
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Bump! I'm making regular bacon this morning. But it's so yummy, is regular even appropriate? Haha!
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Old Fri, Jun-26-15, 07:16
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Hot Bacon Dressing
1/3 cup bacon fat melted
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
1/8 tsp. black ground pepper
Whisk together. Warm if need be. Serve over salad greens.
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Old Fri, Jun-26-15, 21:54
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ooo I just made some oopsies for hot dog buns...they never really hold up well for them but I keep trying! You just gave me a great idea for a real BLT - I'll try that with oopsies.
Kat

I have to add that the oopsies made longer for hot dogs held up just fine! They were perfectly adequate for holding a hot dog. A dog wrapped in bacon and grilled would be really good....ANYthing wrapped in bacon would be really good...
Kat
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Old Fri, Jun-26-15, 22:06
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Bump! I'm making regular bacon this morning. But it's so yummy, is regular even appropriate? Haha!

All of my bacon is just regular..the cheapest the better.
I've been getting some for $1.99 per lb and I buy 10 at a time and freeze it.

Miche, Ohhh that hot bacon dressing sounds unbelievably good...on a spinach salad..

Kat, You OOpsie rolls are sounding really Yummy...
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Old Wed, Jul-01-15, 15:25
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For a recipe idea: My DH and I love to make sweet pepper poppers using mini sweet peppers (I generally buy them at Aldi as they are much cheaper than Walmart). I slice the peppers in half and fill with cream cheese mixed with some garlic, cayenne, parsley and green onion (or whatever seasoning I have closest when mixing it up). Then I either wrap them with half slices of bacon or I just lay a piece across the top of the 'boat' and bake at 400 for about 30 minutes or until the bacon is cooked. Its a milder/sweeter version of the jalapeno pepper poppers and soooo crazy good!


I've been looking for this recipe.....YAY here it is
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Old Thu, Jul-02-15, 17:30
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OK nobody laugh - but I found this old you tube someone sent me and it is a Woodford Bourbon Manhattan made in a special way (sounds like a lot of trouble but... it also sounds really good.) You can't call it LC but this IS a bacon thread
Kat

Here is the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Sc_0E-Oz24

And my writing down what he said:

Woodford Smoked Maple Bacon Manhattan

Take bacon, sweet vermouth, maple syrup, bitters and put in a smoker for awhile, then put in cooler.
All the fat comes to the top and it leaves a nice syrup.

1 oz smoked maple bacon syrup
2 oz Woodford Bourbon

Pour in big glass – add ice cubes and give it a good stir. Stir it for a good while. “Candy” some bacon for a garnish.

Put fresh ice in a tumbler glass and strain the mixture into it. Add candied bacon garnish and serve.
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Old Thu, Jul-02-15, 17:51
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Hot Bacon Dressing
1/3 cup bacon fat melted
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
1/8 tsp. black ground pepper
Whisk together. Warm if need be. Serve over salad greens.


You betcha!! I will hot bacon that salad like nobody's business. This sound extremely yummy. Gotta get more bacon so I can serve this dressing on salad this weekend!! Thanks.
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Old Fri, Jul-03-15, 14:28
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OK nobody laugh - but I found this old you tube someone sent me and it is a Woodford Bourbon Manhattan made in a special way (sounds like a lot of trouble but... it also sounds really good.) You can't call it LC but this IS a bacon thread
Kat

Here is the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Sc_0E-Oz24

And my writing down what he said:

Woodford Smoked Maple Bacon Manhattan

Take bacon, sweet vermouth, maple syrup, bitters and put in a smoker for awhile, then put in cooler.
All the fat comes to the top and it leaves a nice syrup.

1 oz smoked maple bacon syrup
2 oz Woodford Bourbon

Pour in big glass – add ice cubes and give it a good stir. Stir it for a good while. “Candy” some bacon for a garnish.

Put fresh ice in a tumbler glass and strain the mixture into it. Add candied bacon garnish and serve.


Now that's got to be the most unique recipe of all Kat!!!
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Old Fri, Jul-03-15, 14:30
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Hot Bacon Dressing
1/3 cup bacon fat melted
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. Dijon mustard
1/8 tsp. black ground pepper
Whisk together. Warm if need be. Serve over salad greens.


And this one had got to be the best use of bacon drippings that I've
ever heard of
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Old Sat, Jul-04-15, 11:29
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Now that's got to be the most unique recipe of all Kat!!!

I thought it was interesting at least...I wonder how you'd candy bacon low carb style...sugar twin? Not that anybody would make it, but it's one of those recipes I'd like to attempt someday. I don't have a smoker.
Kat
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Old Sat, Jul-04-15, 12:08
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And this one had got to be the best use of bacon drippings that I've
ever heard of


This was a very popular salad a few years (decades) ago. I'd forgotten about it. Guess what we'll be having for lunch soon....
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Old Sat, Jul-04-15, 13:09
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Warm dressing then bacon crumbles, thinly sliced red onions, walnuts and (optional HB eggs) tossed with baby lettuce/spinach mix.
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Old Tue, Sep-01-15, 07:55
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Crispy Bacon
What a great WOE
Aren't you glad we're not doing low-fat?
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