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Bacon: A Love Story: A Salty Survey of Everybody's Favorite by Heather Lauer

By Heather Lauer

It is salty, smoky, and candy. it truly is experiencing a culinary renaissance. it might make virtually any dish higher. it is bacon, and it is the top meat ever. And now, here is the publication that celebrates that deliciously sinful strip of cured red meat abdominal. In Bacon: A Love tale, renowned bacon blogger Heather Lauer serves up a piping scorching dish of enjoyable and proof with this definitive love letter to what she calls meat sweet. Heather explores the fine details of the way bacon reveals its approach to your skillet and what to do with it while it will get there. Bacon: A Love tale gains: Makin' Bacon: a journey of country-style bacon clothes and their common tools and traditions. Hankering for a few pepper, cinnamon, honey, jalapeño, or vanilla bourbon-flavored bacon? they have it! There also are advice for making your individual signature remedy. "Bacon Nation": profiles of bacon-loving cooks around the nation who include the beef into their menus in more and more cutting edge methods. there is Bacon in This?: Heather dishes out greater than twenty scrumptious recipes for hundreds bacon sweets like Bacon-Wrapped Tator little toddlers, BLT with caramelized bacon, Jalapeño-Bacon Pizza, and some surprises like Bacon Bloody Marys and Bacon muffins. Bacon 411: an intensive source part on all issues bacon. Written in a witty, attractive type and brimming with Lauer's infectious ardour for the simplest Meat Ever, Bacon: A Love tale is a must-read for a person who loves bacon or is obsessed with nutrition.

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Either way, the endgame for all of us is to gain access to as much bacon as possible. THE BACON REVOLUTION Like Americans, the British have long consumed bacon and eggs for breakfast. This is not surprising, as so much of our culinary tradition stems from our origins as an outpost of the British empire. The Brits, bless their hearts, were among the first to refine the process of curing bacon for commercial purposes. John Harris, a butcher in Wiltshire, England, in the 1770s, led this charge. The pig trade that existed at the time between Ireland and England made Wiltshire a stopover for pigs being herded from the port town of Bristol to London, where they were sold at Smithfield, an area of northwest London that has served as a meat market for more than 800 years.

Although the origin of these words has been somewhat lost to time, theories abound. ” Which is how you get your slice, or rasher, to come 22 ~ BACON: A LOVE STORY off the belly or back in those nice thin strips. Whatever you decide to call it, it’s always delightful. Much like the English, the Danes were also quick to catch on to the concept of curing bacon for commercial purposes. In the mid-1800s, grain imported to Denmark from North America was quite cheap and Danish farmers began to diversify their crops with a heavier focus on pork production.

There’s a movement afoot among food enthusiasts to cure and smoke their own bacon at home, which can be fun. These impressively ambitious people like the adventure of making their own bacon and putting their own personal twist on traditional methods handed down through generations. Other people prefer to leave this task to the professionals. Either way, the endgame for all of us is to gain access to as much bacon as possible. THE BACON REVOLUTION Like Americans, the British have long consumed bacon and eggs for breakfast.

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