A boy with autism who loves bacon got his favorite food at a family wedding. The matter is even more delicate for parents of children on the autism spectrum, as well as adults on the spectrum themselves. “Our wedding RSVP included: 1- beef entree, 2- chicken entrees, 1- bacon entree,” wrote Jo-Ann Turning on the Facebook page of her family’s blog, Bacon and Juiceboxes: Our Life With Autism.
Making your own bacon is easy, according to Chili montes, the chief bacon maker for San Francisco’s übergourmet Bi-Rite Market: Just buy a first-rate slab of pork belly, trim it into a rough rectangle, rub in a salt cure, and wait.
Eighty percent of American households have bacon on their weekly grocery list, contributing to the over 1 billion finger-licking servings being dished out each year. Along with the popularity of pork fat comes many misconceptions — let’s set the record straight on some of the most-popular bacon folklore.
By Arden Sarner Real talk: Tater tots are perfect all day, every day. But making them into a waffle and using them as bread is just pure genius. MORE: How to Make Tater Tot Nachos This killer tater tot grilled cheese sandwiches cheese, bacon and jalapeño between two tater tot waffles. Crispy, gooey, spicy, and only 4 ingredients.
Barrymore cuddles with some puppies on an episode of ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’ (Photo: Getty/NBC) Inside a hotel penthouse re-imagined as a winter wonderland, actress, memoirist, vintner, and bon vivant Drew Barrymore played the role of charming hostess at a cocktail party celebrating her curated collection of products for Shutterfly. There, in between sips of Prosecco and bites of risotto balls, the star of Miss You Already shared with Yahoo Food why she had her dog’s face emblazoned on a deck of playing cards, how she likes to pair wine and food in the winter, and her go-to technique for cooking her Thanksgiving turkey.
Social media expressed its love for bacon Tuesday after a controversial international report released Monday said processed meats (like bacon) can cause cancer. Many experts agree the report has merit, but say it’s still OK to eat bacon in moderation. (Photo: Getty Images) Bacon lovers took to social media on Tuesday to express disdain over a World Health Organization report that said processed meat is likely to cause cancer. The hashtags #FreeBacon, #Bacongeddon and #JeSuisBacon were among the top-trending topics worldwide on Twitter for a second straight day.
Try making the recipes at home and let us know what you think! Photograph by Iain Bagwell for Oxmoor House/Time Inc. Books By Emeril Lagasse Praline-Cayenne Bacon Makes 4 to 6 appetizer servings Wonderfully gooey and indulgent, this classic combination of sweet and salt makes it the perfect partner for cocktails.
This week, we’re spotlighting recipes from Down South Paleo: Delectable Southern Recipes Adapted for Gluten-Free, Paleo Eaters by Jennifer Robins (Page Street Publishing Co.), a collection of Paleo-friendly takes on classic comfort food. Try making the recipes at home and let us know what you think! Photograph by Stephanie Gaudreau By Jennifer Robins Soulful Collard Greens and Crisped Bacon Yield: 4 servings (Grain-, Dairy-, Nut-, Egg-, Soy-, Nightshade-free) Collard greens are the quintessential soul food. 12 ounces organic, pastured bacon 1 bunch collard greens (approximately 8 ounces) 1 large onion, diced 3 cloves garlic, minced ½ teaspoon sea salt 2 cups organic chicken broth (homemade when possible) Preheat the oven to 375°F. Place the strips of bacon on a large foil-lined baking sheet and bake for about 30 minutes, or until the bacon is crispy.
If you say bacon isn’t your favorite food, you are probably lying. Because bacon is seriously the greatest – you can have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner — and even dessert.
Brooke Conroy Bass of Chocolate & Marrow gives new meaning to decadent with a creamy bourbon butterscotch pudding topped with unctuous bacon crumbles.
Warm, soft, cinnamon swirled, and doused in frosting. When it comes to an indulgent breakfast, there’s no beating the sweet delights of a classic cinnamon roll, right? Wrong. Introducing: the bacon-filled cinnamon roll.
In celebration of our favorite crispy, salty slab of pork, we've collected 22 of our best recipes that either highlight or benefit from a little bit of bacon. Enjoy.
Layers of tender pork, sauerkraut, rice, sausage, and sour cream are combined into this rich — and comforting — traditional Hungarian casserole.
Imbued with the same flavors as takeout Chinese sesame chicken, honey-sesame bacon injects just the right amount of savory-sweet variation into the bacon circuit.
Fast food taste tests, waitresses getting massive tips, the best restaurants across America — these are just a few of the topics Yahoo Food readers loved the most. In a tribute to you, our reader, we are revisiting some of our most popular stories of 2015.
The hardest thing about bacon-wrapped dates is that you can never make enough. Try blue cheese in place of the almonds for an especially decadent treat.