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« on: November 19, 2008 02:40:17 PM »

 My b/f gave my the glorious Bacon Cookbook which has only encouraged me in all things bacon related. So I ask, what is your favorite bacon recipe?

 Mine is one developed in conjunction with my ex. Neither of us measure so here's a rough guestimate.

 In a 9x13 pan slice new potatoes about 1/2" thick to cover the bottom. Then layer with 8 oz saurkraut, 6 oz pancetta, and 1 med/large sauteed vidalia onion. Then another layer of 1/2" thick new potato slices and 3 oz shredded Raclette cheese. Bake at 350 til melted. Serve with salt & pepper.

 *Note:It is similar to the actual Swiss dish called Raclette. I advise sampling the cheese before buying it as it is a bit much for some peoples' taste buds.
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« Reply #1 on: November 20, 2008 07:55:32 PM »

I saw that at the library!
Two from me!

one, bacon toffee.  i saw this on a website and have never made it.  You make a toffe, obviously, but crumble a pound of bacon over it!  Yummm, clogged arteries. 

The other is a bacon-potato pie.  You lay bacon in a pie tin to serve as a crust and then you layer in potato and cheddar, like your recipe and pull the bacon up to cover the sides, then cook
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« Reply #2 on: November 20, 2008 11:15:04 PM »

 Bacon pie sounds awesome! Are there any special things you should do to keep the bacon from sticking to the pie pan? I would assume since there's so much fat in bacon that it would kind of keep itself from sticking, but I'm not sure of the logistics on that.
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« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2008 05:51:49 AM »

I've never actually made this myself, only eaten it... but I'd assume that the bacon fat would keep it nice and... lubricated, Tongue

Obviously, the cheese and potato mix has more ingredients (I'm pretty sure it's like heavy cream and sour cream... yikes, the hips...) but i'm not too sure on that-- you could use something similar to your casserole in the middle
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