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Old Thu, Dec-11-08, 11:54
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Default Bacon Explosion

I don't know why I never thought of making a Bacon Log. They might even make a great snack item.

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Old Thu, Dec-11-08, 12:08
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haha I think I had more fun reading all their comments.

That does look really yummy!

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Old Thu, Dec-11-08, 12:18
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When my hubby makes a big roast orThanksgiving tukey, he criss-crosses bacon over the whole thing. No basting needed,
then when he carves, he puts the bacon pieces (now welded together!) in the same bowl as the stuffing (which of course is virtually all sausage) and that is what everyone goes for!
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Old Fri, Jan-02-09, 18:22
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I wish I had some of that right now.
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Old Fri, Jan-02-09, 18:25
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You can make all sorts of fun things out of bacon!!



I am going to do a chicken like this, and tomorrow I am making LC bacon chocolate chip maple cookies with a friend. MmMMmMm bacon!




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Old Fri, Jan-02-09, 18:36
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haha I think I had more fun reading all their comments.

That does look really yummy!

Lisa

LOL me too! The comments were great! Struck me funny how many of them actually had the little Crying Smilies
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Old Fri, Jan-02-09, 19:06
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Sounds pretty salty. Maybe it needs a roasted pork tenderloin in there. Then it would be more of a dinner item.

If I made it for a snack I think I'd throw some pickled jalepenos in there, or make a sour cream and Dijon mustard dip for it.

Alas, I'm getting off dairy to test my sensitivity.
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Old Fri, Jan-02-09, 19:09
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yOu, that little house is hilarious!
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Old Fri, Jan-02-09, 19:11
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I am going to make a pork tenderloin bacon log for sure! Or a meatloaf bacon log would be good too. The bacon and cheese idea is too rich. Tho bacon cheese and beef would be a good combo. Like a bacon cheeseburger meatloaf.

I also like the idea of wrapping bacon around something cone or log shaped and baking it crisp, and then filling it with chicken salad. That would be lovely!

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Old Sat, Jan-03-09, 05:25
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Oh my that is such a good idea...I love bacon and cheese. You could get so creative with the concept. I think chicken would be good in there too...with a Ranch dip...or a LC "honey mustard"


You could also add eggs to it once you cut it and it could be like a breakfast taco!
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LOL me too! The comments were great! Struck me funny how many of them actually had the little Crying Smilies

I actually think they may be drooling smilies.
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Default Bacon cheese roll

I took 11 slices of bacon.
5 from top to bottom, 6 from side to side.
Preheated oven to 400 degrees.
Lined a casserole dish with foil.
Weaved the bacon in a basket weave fashion.
Bake about 15-20 minutes.
Place on paper towels, top with cheese, roll up and microwave for about 25 seconds to melt the cheese.
Slice and enjoy!













This was so good.
I could have eaten the whole thing.
I had to put it away so i didn't.
It is the perfect combo of fat and cheese and crunch.
It would also probably be good with cream cheese and sliced jalapenos.



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Here's the site i got this from:
Bacon Wrap
Another cool inspiration:
Bacon Bowls
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Old Sun, Jan-04-09, 20:23
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Another cool inspiration:
Bacon Bowls

Those are actually kind of adorable in their own way. LOL They look "rustic".
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Old Sun, Jan-04-09, 20:31
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omg, that bacon log looks sinfull Samantha. I just bought bacon today and I have cheese as well. I have to have it, need to try it. I'm a bacon addict and have to admit it.
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Old Wed, Jul-15-09, 09:52
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yeah...i'm going to try this. Not for breakfast...but I'm going to top it with some of my favorite nacho toppings...

green onions, diced tomatoes & green peppers, pickled jalapenos, and sliced black olives...

And serve with salsa and sour cream.

God, I think i'm drooling!!!!!!!!
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