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Old 03-23-2011, 07:39 PM   #51
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I also "fry it up" and make bacon bits. I put it between paper towels on a cookie sheet and use a rolling pin to make it into bits.

I haven't tried this, but it sounds interesting (Bacon Ice Cream):

Bacon Ice Cream Recipe
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:50 PM   #52
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Maple syrup season. Fry bacon to crisp and cover with syrup. Keep warm. Then pour it all over French toast.
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Old 03-23-2011, 10:28 PM   #53
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Maple syrup season. Fry bacon to crisp and cover with syrup. Keep warm. Then pour it all over French toast.

Sounds tasty!
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Old 03-23-2011, 11:09 PM   #54
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Maple syrup season. Fry bacon to crisp and cover with syrup. Keep warm. Then pour it all over French toast.
You should come to a Québec sugaring off. They serve breakfast with maple syrup on everthing: beans, eggs, homefries, cretons, ...

That's why I don't go to sugaring offs. I love maple syrup, but I really dislike sweet with/on my savoury (with a very few exceptions).
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Old 03-24-2011, 12:22 AM   #55
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I always "splash" some maple syrup (kinda like others use wine--I use maple syrup--but I don't take a nip or two for every splash) in with ham, bacon...don't do breakfast sausage. But then, I'm just trying to use it all up <g>.
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I always "splash" some maple syrup (kinda like others use wine--I use maple syrup--but I don't take a nip or two for every splash) in with ham, bacon...don't do breakfast sausage. But then, I'm just trying to use it all up <g>.
I love syrup with breakfast sausage, I'll bet maple would be divine on it.
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Maple syrup is good on just about everything <g>. Not that I'm biased...
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Old 03-24-2011, 01:21 PM   #58
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You should come to a Québec sugaring off. They serve breakfast with maple syrup on everthing: beans, eggs, homefries, cretons, ...

That's why I don't go to sugaring offs. I love maple syrup, but I really dislike sweet with/on my savoury (with a very few exceptions).
My family has a sugar bush in Chrysler, Ont, South of Ottawa near Cornwall. I used to go regularly, but haven't in a while. They are in full swing right now.
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Old 03-24-2011, 02:02 PM   #59
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It's probably too late for this or it might have already been mentioned but I like to par cook the bacon in 1/2 strips. The when they are cooled I wrap a 1/2 slice around a date and secure it with a tooth pick. then bake til the bacon is crisp. These are a favorite of ours and served at any kind of gathering there are never any left over no matter how many I make. It is one of the few things that I make that my dh"s kids appreciate.
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Did anyone say, bacon peanut butter sandwiches? MMMMMMMM
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