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which is better for you
regular bacon
75%
 75%  [ 15 ]
turkey bacon
25%
 25%  [ 5 ]
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Posted by: old_man Reply with quote Add User to Ignore List
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what is your favorite way to cook bacon

or favorite dish w/ bacon

or whatever the hell else you want to mention about bacon


. . . for me, haven't tried it yet but would love to:

Michael Symon dips it in chocolate and covers it with nuts

sounds gooooooood


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old_man wrote:
what is your favorite way to cook bacon

or favorite dish w/ bacon

or whatever the hell else you want to mention about bacon


. . . for me, haven't tried it yet but would love to:

Michael Symon dips it in chocolate and covers it with nuts

sounds gooooooood


Bacon explosion:

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/28/dining/28bacon.htm


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My grandmother mixes bacon with some grease run off into fresh, cooked green beans. Makes a heathly dish into a heart stopper.

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Justin Hartman wrote:
My grandmother mixes bacon with some grease run off into fresh, cooked green beans. Makes a heathly dish into a heart stopper.



Mmmm southern style

your family from the south originally ?


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old_man wrote:
Justin Hartman wrote:
My grandmother mixes bacon with some grease run off into fresh, cooked green beans. Makes a heathly dish into a heart stopper.



Mmmm southern style

your family from the south originally ?


Ha, ya beat me to it! I was gonna call out the hick in Hartman. It's okay dude, I'm a southern boy. I grew up eatin green beans like that and still to this day have a hard time eating them otherwise...

I <3 bacon. BLT's (with pepperjack cheese for some zzzing) FTW.

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Justin Hartman wrote:
My grandmother mixes bacon with some grease run off into fresh, cooked green beans. Makes a heathly dish into a heart stopper.


Southern dishes= Cooked with Pork Fat...Nothing new. For a twist instead of using charcoal lighter fluid try bacon grease to light your coals...

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so since most who would view and/or post to this poll/thread probably have

I will shed the light on the topic

both have about the same amount of calories and fat

BUT turkey bacon has almost 3 times the sodium


just a little FYI if your gonna eat bacon go for the good stuff


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420 smoke bacon every day

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old_man wrote:
just a little FYI if your gonna eat bacon go for the good stuff


Seconded. You can also get lower sodium bacon or certain brands of amish bacon is made with almost half less sodium....recognize!

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I cook it in the Foreman. Mmmmm!

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graph wrote:
420 smoke bacon every day

allll daaaaay

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graph wrote:
420 smoke bacon every day

allll daaaaay


dont give a fuck

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freshly cooked bacon, nice and crispy
broken up and added to scrabbled eggs

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graph wrote:
TekKnowProd wrote:
graph wrote:
420 smoke bacon every day

allll daaaaay


dont give a fuck

you obviously gave enough of a f^@k to post something in the first place


ErockUSA wrote:
I cook it in the Foreman. Mmmmm!


sounds lazy, commercial, and ignorant to any concept of cooking


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old_man wrote:
sounds lazy, commercial, and ignorant to any concept of cooking


some of us aren't allowed grills in our apartments hope this helps

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graph wrote:
old_man wrote:
sounds lazy, commercial, and ignorant to any concept of cooking


some of us aren't allowed grills in our apartments hope this helps


who cooks bacon on a grill ??

only MAYBE if you are having a cookout and tryin to do all the cooking on the grill
but it is still an insult to the bacon to do so

and would confirm the lazy part


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Damn...you are OLD...getting all up in arms on the ways to prepare bacon!
Razz

BTW I cook mine nice n crisp on the microwave bacon tray! It allows fat to drain from the strips better instead of the skillet...
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stoutxtc wrote:
Justin Hartman wrote:
My grandmother mixes bacon with some grease run off into fresh, cooked green beans. Makes a heathly dish into a heart stopper.


Southern dishes= Cooked with Pork Fat...Nothing new.


true that...and it's actually called fatback in the South. Wink

Uncured, applewood smoked is the only way to go...a favorite happens to be a Flay Herb/Bacon-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin. Basically, roast half a head of garlic, and season a tenderloin with s&p, then rub it with the garlic; spread a mix of 6 sage leaves, half a T of chopped fresh thyme & half a T of chopped fresh rosemary all over that sumbitch, thren wrap it with 6 slices of bacon...tie it up, sear it in your All-Clad til browned on all sides, then stick in a 375 degree oven til desired doneness achieved (medium-well being optimum). Serve it up with some roasted garlic-mascarpone mashed potatoes. -> Win at life.

Also on that chocolate tip, there's a high-end, gourmet chocolate company that makes crazy bars for like $7 each, one with chipotle in it is good, but the best is Mo's Bacon Bar. Milk chocolate with bacon pieces in it. Fucking outstanding.

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http://www.mountainproductssmokehouse.com/

yum.

my friend says this is the best bacon anywhere Wink


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