Tuesday, June 21, 2011


From the Bacon Bacon Facebook page
So, the latest American obsession is with the food truck.

Couple that with another great American obsession, and you get BACON BACON!

It's a food truck specializing in bacon!

Unfortunately, if you're not in the San Francisco area, you probably won't get to see this gem.  Unless, of course, the Bacon Bacon truck idea spreads like wildfire and they franchise out all over the country and then everyone can just walk up and... oops, getting a bit excited there.

Inside Scoop SF has a nice article about Bacon Bacon:
So what’s on the menu? Bacon, obviously. There will be six sandwiches, all made with bacon (though some can be made without): A pork belly and fried egg one, a grilled cheese number, the L.G.B.T (lettuce, goat cheese, bacon and tomato), pork meatball banh mi (featuring bacon in place of the traditional pate), broccoli rabe with bacon, and the requisite “Bacon Bacon Burger.”

On the side, there will be french fries, fried with rosemary and sage, salted and topped with parmesan; there is the option to get them “dirty” with fried pork belly trimmings. Angelus has also made a deal with San Mateo-based Devil’s Canyon to serve their root beer on tap.

Mmmmmm... sounds delicious!

Want to connect directly with Bacon Bacon and see when they'll be rolling down the hills of San Fran?  Go to their Facebook page and give them a like! I'm going to like them RIGHT NOW!

Yep.  Next time I'm in the bay area, I'll be looking for them.

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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Green Bean Bacon Bundles

©How Sweet It Is
Bacon can be healthy.  Kinda.  Sorta.
Don't these just look amazing?

In my quest for new bacon recipes, I stumbled upon How Sweet It Is, a blog by the lovely Jessica about food.  Jessica loves bacon too, so it's no surprise that she posted this delicious looking recipe!

Green Bean Bacon Bundles
makes about 10-12 bundles
1 pound fresh green beans
10-12 slices of thick-cut bacon
2 tablespoons butter
1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper

You'll have to go visit her site for the rest of the recipe!

While you're there, check out the other recipes in her bacon tag as well.  I'll definitely be visiting her often.

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