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In this voluminous look at all things bacon, the creator of BaconUnwrapped.com takes her love of pig belly to print. Like its subject, this material is best consumed in small portions; along with anecdotes and opinions from hog farmers, chefs, food bloggers and average Joes, first-time author Lauer also covers topics like bacon production, non-pork variations, and songs devoted to the breakfast meat. Lauer does her best to keep things light, but her relentless cheerleading quickly becomes grating; her phrase "The Best Meat Ever" appears on almost every page. Still, bacon lovers will enjoy (and probably employ) the glut of trivia, including the restaurant chain that first put bacon on a cheeseburger (A&W), the number of states with a town named "Bacon" (six), and alternate uses such as "bacon plaster," assembled with cheesecloth and affixed to one's chest in order to ward off a cold. Even those well-acquainted with bacon will find new recipes like Black Pepper Bacon Chili, Bacon-Wrapped Tater Tots, Bacon Bloody Marys and Candied Bacon Ice Cream. Readers who, like Lauer, possess a borderline-obsessive love for bacon are likely to embrace this as their new Bible, but anyone else will quickly get their fill.
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It's salty, smoky, and sweet. It can make almost any dish better. It's bacon, and it's the best meat ever!
In Bacon: A Love Story, popular bacon blogger Heather Lauer serves up a piping hot dish of fun and facts and explores the ins and outs of how bacon finds its way to your skillet . . . and what to do with it when it gets there.
Bacon: A Love Story features
A tour of country-style bacon outfits and their time-honored curing methods and traditions. Includes tips for making your own signature cure.
Profiles of bacon-loving chefs across the country who incorporate the meat into their menus in increasingly innovative ways.
There's In This?
More than twenty delicious recipes for tons of bacon goodies like Bacon-Wrapped Tater Tots, BLT with caramelized bacon . . . plus a few surprises like Bacon Bloody Marys and Bacon Brownies.
An extensive resource section on all things bacon.
Bacon fans, prepare to get your pig on!See all Editorial Reviews
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You forgot to tour the factory farms where these pigs are tortured and boiled alive. Enjoy your heart disease. No love in this book whatsoever.Published 11 months ago by DWT78
A disgusting book which advocates the exploitation and murder of highly intelligent sentient beings. Shame on you Amazon for allowing this trash in your catalogue.Published 11 months ago by Debbie Bemister
Another book advocating the speciesist ideology that involves the exploitation, abuse, and violent killing of other animals. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Timothy J Oseckas
There is no love in animal production; only cruelty, pain and suffering. These poor beings are tortured for their entire lives. What a disgusting mockery of abuse and oppression.Published 11 months ago by Nicole Z.
More like a story of animal suffering, abuse, and murder! Horrible!Published 12 months ago by seakitten
The book is boring, badly written, dull, meaningless- i would totally recommend that you dont bother with this, its a complete waste of time and money.Published 12 months ago by Mr. Si Hampton