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Bacon-wrapped Scallops

Thankfully it seems as though the bacon craze has simmered down, but it’s no secret that anything wrapped in bacon will be scrumptious. For Jon’s, (that’s just one of his many nicknames, he’ll answer to Jonathan, JB, Jonnie, JBear, there’s got to be more…), 29th birthday I made him bacon-wrapped scallops atop a bed of quinoa accompanied by corn, and a spinach, tomato and avocado salad. 128 more words

Dinner

Bacon and Cheese Scones

These exquisite bacon and cheese scones are sensational! Just the perfect size

for a light breakfast or lunch meal. If you are lucky enough to have any leftovers, 282 more words

Savoury

Brunch Part II: Pancakepalooza & The Hobbit

Pancakes are probably my longest running brunch love. I have vivid memories of coming home from church on Sundays for an epic scran of pancakes. Dad often having made the batter beforehand would step right to the griddle and begin the production line of golden, fluffy cakes needed to feed the six of us. 1,358 more words

Cooking

Big Bite Bacon Fest Brings Beer & Bacon To Queen Mary

By Nadia Noir

Head to the Queen Mary this weekend to celebrate the three B’s–bacon, beer, and boats.

The haunted ship, nestled into its cozy resting space in Long Beach, will host Long Beach’s first-ever… 133 more words

Features

Yeah this happened. Kettle Maple Bacon Chips

THESE ARE VEGAN, NON GMO AND GLUTEN FREE! Yeah I was pretty excited about these when I first came across them. Click below to read my review! 

Gluten Free

the lighter side. [potato salad w. blue cheese, crispy bacon & grated hard-boiled egg]

I’ve never used ‘potato salad’ and ‘light’ in the same sentence, until this recipe. The vinaigrette-soaked potatoes burst with flavor and the crispy bacon and grated egg compliment the salad wonderfully. 171 more words

Vegetables

ROASTED CORN AND BACON WAFFLES

Fresh corn on the cob is in season, and we always try to take advantage of the harvest before it’s over. Our favorite way to prepare fresh corn is to boil it for a few minutes, slather it with butter, season it with salt and pepper, and eat it directly off the cob. 456 more words

Food