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Old 01-15-2008, 12:09 PM   #11
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Going the lasagna route, here's an idea to play around with:

Bacon-Colby Lasagna

Or, how about a half 'n half pizza.
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Old 01-15-2008, 01:18 PM   #12
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I'm sorta trying to watch my calories here YT!!!!!
Oh, well then lasagna with bacon and sausage is JUST the ticket, suzi!

I like Aera's idea of crumbled bacon on top, too. Go for it!

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Old 01-15-2008, 01:23 PM   #13
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you could also wrap the bacon Around the sausages with a sliver of chili in between and just serve it with a salad and baked potato too :)
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Oh, well then lasagna with bacon and sausage is JUST the ticket, suzi!

I like Aera's idea of crumbled bacon on top, too. Go for it!

Lee
LOL as usual open mouth 1st, think second!
As I walked back to the kitchen to stir my sauce I thought, "duh, lasagna is NOT terribly light!!!"
Maybe I was thinking that the salad we are having with it was going to cut my percentages down......
Or maybe I wasn't thinking one bit!
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Old 01-15-2008, 01:24 PM   #15
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you could also wrap the bacon Around the sausages with a sliver of chili in between and just serve it with a salad and baked potato too :)
But what if the sausages split????
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that`s what the Bacons For Duuuugh!
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Old 01-15-2008, 01:30 PM   #17
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I have put bacon in lasgna before. If it is pre fried or has the fat & rind taken off, it adds another dimension to the flavour.
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Well she's all thrown together, I can't imagine it will be bad, not one bit!

YT, maybe that would be your bratwurst answer, no? BACON! :)
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YT, maybe that would be your bratwurst answer, no? BACON! :)
joking aside, I have actually Seriously considered this and also have it marked down in my Kitchen Log as an Experiment to try :)
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Fry up the bacon and freeze it. Then take it out a few slices at a time and nuke it or warm it up in a frying pan for breakfast the morning after you eat the lasagna.
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