Thursday, June 16, 2005

you're bacon me crazy!

I received my latest bacon of the month club shipment today and it contained 4 packages of bacon! I know they do not ship in the summer, but this really might be too much at once! And it also means I won't get fun packages again until October! To make things worse, our fridge is on the fritz so I had to store the bacon in the freezer portion. We haven't had ice cubs in a couple days but I hope it'll keep things cool. My box of bacon included:


• Nodine's Bayou Brand Bacon from Torrington, CT (June 2005)

• Hempler's Peppered Bacon from Bellingham, WA (July 2005)

• Carlton Farms Dry Cured Bacon from the Oregon Coast (August 2005)

• Kolozsvari Smoked Bacon from Vernon Hills, IL (September 2005)


I'm most looking forward to the Peppered Bacon - the slabs are like a 1/4" thick! The Bayou Brand looks intriguing, but I've not known Conneticut to be bayou country.

So who's grilling? I am only going to eat wrapped in bacon foodstuffs for the rest of the summer. Scallops, pineapple, oysters? What else would be good with smoked pork lovin'?

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4 Comments:

Anonymous amy f said...

you know, our freezer is pretty roomy... and only a few blocks away! (heh heh)
This is probably old news to you but I was going through some old magazines last week - did you see that issue of Saveur with the bacon recipes? Bacon Tempura. Peanut Butter and Bacon Truffles. Billionaire's Bacon. Stilton and Bacon Cheesecake. oh my god.
recipes:
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/7229713/

June 16, 2005 4:51 PM  
Blogger youthlarge said...

bacon tempura? holy moly - i had not seen this, thanks for sharing the link. i love peanut butter and bacon sandwiches. i used to make them in the sandwich press when i was in college.

June 16, 2005 6:18 PM  
Blogger jamie said...

these posts serve as a constant reminder of the fact that i don't eat enough bacon. i'll have to see what kind of bacon delicacies Eagle has for purchase.

as for things to wrap in bacon, i like the irony of a veggie dog with bacon. or i could see bacon in with falafel or hummus. or maybe the ultimate: bacon-wrapped pickles!

June 17, 2005 12:34 AM  
Blogger mas said...

There used to be a tapas place in my neighborhood that served bacon wrapped dates. Each was also filled with an almond - damn tasty.

June 17, 2005 3:59 PM  

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