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Old 05-19-2014, 06:02 PM   #31
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For Sunday brunch, DH makes bacon and then cooks our hash browns and my fried eggs in the fat. I like to mix the crumbled bacon in with the potatoes.

When I make twice-baked potatoes, I mix crumbled bacon, minced onion, shredded cheddar and chopped parsley into the mashed-potato filling.

Pre-cooked bacon is also good in a grilled cheese sandwich.
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Old 05-19-2014, 08:52 PM   #32
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For Sunday brunch, DH makes bacon and then cooks our hash browns and my fried eggs in the fat. I like to mix the crumbled bacon in with the potatoes.

When I make twice-baked potatoes, I mix crumbled bacon, minced onion, shredded cheddar and chopped parsley into the mashed-potato filling.

Pre-cooked bacon is also good in a grilled cheese sandwich.
Your statement made me think; "Of course it would have to be pre-cooked bacon. You certainly wouldn't eat it raw," Then I remembered: I once had almost raw bacon. It was just barely warmed. I was in Boy Scouts at the time, as a 12 year old. I woke late that day, and barely had time to throw a couple of eggs and a few strips of bacon into my mess kit, and put it on the fire before we left. I didn't have time to cook the bacon through. I ate it as it was and had no ill effects, thankfully. Oh, and I wouldn't recommend anyone else trying this. I've always had this uniquely cast-iron stomach.

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Your statement made me think; "Of course it would have to be pre-cooked bacon. You certainly wouldn't eat it raw," Then I remembered: I once had almost raw bacon. It was just barely warmed. I was in Boy Scouts at the time, as a 12 year old. I woke late that day, and barely had time to throw a couple of eggs and a few strips of bacon into my mess kit, and put it on the fire before we left. I didn't have time to cook the bacon through. I ate it as it was and had no ill effects, thankfully. Oh, and I wouldn't recommend anyone else trying this. I've always had this uniquely cast-iron stomach.
Reading your posts in the present time, are you sure you had no ill effects????

I like your idea of the deconstructed BLT. I often reconstruct/deconstruct Asian recipes, and it makes total sense.

I may have brain damage too. How would you know if it was your brain making the decision of whether your brain is deconstructed? Anyway mine works well enough to feed myself and post on forums. Unless I'm imagining the part about posting. If so then you are imagining you're reading this, in which case you should get your brain checked.
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