The obvious stars of these Avocado, Bacon, and Ham Sandwiches are the crusty, chewy baguette and dry-cured country ham – but the avocado really steals the show. These sandwiches have no cheese, and you’ll never miss it. An easy, but worthy recipe.
This homemade stovetop macaroni and cheese recipe uses a cheese sauce that’s made from powdered milk, cheese, and beer. Two of these items you probably have in your possession. The third, if you simply stocked it, would always be at the ready and would be very handy in a bomb shelter.
Yuh-huh, another lasagna, but this one’s for you, Trump supporters: it’s white. This original-recipe Spinach-Herb Lasagna is a white lasagna, layered with a thyme-infused bechamel, plus loads of ricotta, parmesan, and mozzerella cheeses. And surprise: bacon! It’s delicious fresh, but also reheats and freezes well.
Creamy Mustard-Caper Dressing is vaguely ranchesque and sort of thousand islandian, maybe. It’s quietly mustardish with caperific undertones. This easy recipe will turn your chopped vegetable salad into something cravable. Toss in an apple, some bacon, beef, or grilled chicken, and you’ve got a fantastic dinner.
Looking for strong coffee, free WIFI, decent beardspotting, and reasonable co-working in a Pilsen, Chicago coffeehouse? Check out La Catrina, and don’t overlook their outdoor courtyard, in back. Afterward, grab some bacon candy at Honky Tonk. Free parking!
The words “bacon wrapped meat roll” may send some of you into immediate foodgasm. Others of you with a modicum of decorum might rather that this post were about Rouleau de viande – which it is, so relax. Regardless of what you call it, what we’re talking about here is a meatloaf stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon.
This recipe for Swiss Eggs Benedict uses cottage bacon and Swiss cheese as stand-ins for the traditional Canadian bacon and Hollandaise sauce. It turns Benedict’s “distinctiveness” setting up so high, it crosses over into “lusty.”