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Unread 12-18-2007, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default Bacon Weave!

Great use of bacon for a sandwich!

Bacon Weave
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Unread 12-18-2007, 10:45 PM   #2
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that's kind of cool.
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looks like alot of work fo a samich. but nice to see bacon getting the respect it deserves.
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take that and wrap around a fattie YUMMMMMMMM
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I agree with the lot of work, but it would hold the bacon in place better for a BLT. Interesting.......but enough to try it I am not sure.
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mmmmmmmmm, bacon
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Not sure that would work with BBB... but I'm willing to try
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Not sure that would work with BBB... but I'm willing to try

Yes it would and yes you will!!!
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Wrap around a fattie? How about a butt?
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Default I'm going to try it

I'll do it Sunday. It really wouldn't be that hard. I wonder if they fried it or put it under a broiler.

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That would be great on top of a stuffed pork loin or something similar for presentation.
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I wonder if you could make little baskets of woven bacon and fill them with breakfast stuff??
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I wonder if you could make little baskets of woven bacon and fill them with breakfast stuff??

Sounds like a winner. Waiting or pics when you try it.
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You're on!
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I wonder if you could make little baskets of woven bacon and fill them with breakfast stuff??
Use an oven proof cup, maybe a pyrex 2 cup measuring cup, put the cup upside down on a baking sheet, drape the bacon weave over the cup & bake until crisp.
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