We love bacon. We love it wrapped around eggs and we even love it on doughnuts. What if you could replicate that same delicious taste with shiitake mushrooms? Turns out, you can, and the results rival the real deal.
I love knowing my kids have a well balanced breakfast in the morning, but during the school year there's little to no time to prepare one. That's why I prep freezable breakfast burritos beforehand! A delicious breakfast that is guaranteed to keep them full until lunch.
Zuppa Toscana Soup is my favorite soup from Olive Garden. I love the salty bacon and sausage with the creamy broth. Dip a breadstick in and call it a meal.
Cooking tasty food can be time consuming, but it doesn't have to be. Check out some of our favorite recipes that only require two ingredients. That's right, TWO. It doesn't get much easier than this.
It almost makes you forget you're eating something green that's good for you. It got me thinking that spinach isn't the only vegetable that could use a bath in bacon. I think warm bacon dressing is ready to move into the spotlight with tomatoes.
Imagine the outer layers of an onion, split, stuffed with a meatloaf-like mixture, wrapped in bacon, and smoke-roasted into an orb of meaty awesomeness. It's the onion bomb, which exploded on the Internet a few weeks ago. It was love at first sight and first bite.
We all love bacon and we all love cheese. Add some mashed potatoes, batter and a little love and what do you have? A bomb full of cheesy, greasy, bacon-y, potato-y goodness that your taste buds will be forever grateful for.
See some of the most creative ways bacon was served at weddings -- with not a pancake or egg in sight.
Now this is a superfood: Researchers from Oregon State University have reportedly created and patented a new strain of nutrient-rich seaweed that tastes like everyone's favorite fetishized breakfast meat.
Image credit: Mike Mozart I'm a vegetarian, and I have a message for Arby's: Your bacon is disgust...
No, we're not trying to deprive you of one of life's greatest pleasures: cooking bacon in a hot cast iron skillet, watching it curl into crimped little ribbons, smelling it waft up in fierce, meaty clouds, and hearing it sputter. We're trying to help you cook bacon better.
Somewhere in the distance the "What Trenton Makes the World Takes" sign was lighting up but isn't that slogan a bit defeatist? Still rumor has it that come late September only one of the two different and separate competing pork roll festival will have a Major League Eating event.
Let's set the record straight: I love sandwiches. Sweet or salty, hot or cold, there's a special appeal that this culinary creation has, the marriage of convenience and good taste.
Say goodbye to the days when you tossed a measly ball of ground beef on the grill, threw it on a bun and called it a burger. This summer, all you need is a beer can burger.
It's always borderline magical when a few delicious ingredients come together to become one amazing thing.
This is "The BaLT". Because avocado is so good, it deserves its own letter.