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Old 08-05-2004, 08:27 PM   #11
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The Canadian Bacon sold in U.S. grocery stores (at least all that I have seen) is very much like canned ham, is round, and slices are about the size around of a coffee mug. I think most people eat it on pizza, but it's also eaten for breakfast.

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Old 08-05-2004, 08:52 PM   #12
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Sounds like back bacon Barbara, thanks for the info!
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I love finding out the differences between different places. Even just moving to South Carolina from California was culture shock!

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Got a question on your best pancakes Alix...there's no oil in it? All the rescipes for pancakes I have seen so far have oil or melted butter or somethin'
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Nope, no oil. You can put it in if you like, but we never use any. We put butter in the pan before frying the pancakes though. Good luck. Feel free to post or email any more questions to me. I am around a lot now until the end of August.
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