Hormel recently sent me a case of their new Black Label Jalapeño bacon to try so I figured I’d use it to make some Jalapeño Bacon Deviled Eggs. What you see here are said eggs.
Everyone out there probably has their own preferred way of making deviled eggs, but for mine I always just mix egg yolks, mayonnaise, yellow mustard and a little bit of salt and pepper for the filling and then top my eggs with paprika.
I have no idea why since I’m not normally a huge fan of sweets, but I’ve been on a bit of a s’mores kick lately. First it was S’mores Chicken Wings, then it was Rice Krispies Treats S’mores and most recently I decided to make some S’mores Bacon.
So what exactly is S’mores Bacon you ask? Basically I just did the exact same thing I did with the S’mores Chicken Wings, but with bacon strips instead of wings.
I call this the Pig Mac. What you see pictured here from the bottom up is a 1/3 pound 100% ground bacon patty with melted Bacon Cheddar cheese from Hook’s Cheese Company on it. Oh, and a few slices of bacon as well just for good measure. On top of that is some barbeque pulled pork, a middle bun, another ground bacon patty, some more Bacon Cheddar cheese and then finally some homemade bacon mac & cheese.
International Bacon Day is coming up at the end of this month and to help you celebrate what is perhaps the greatest holiday of all time — sorry Jesus and Santa — the folks over at Farmland Bacon want to hook you up with a bunch of bacon related goodies.
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Just in case it isn’t abundantly clear yet, I absolutely love bacon. I guess it should already be pretty obvious based on the fact that the cured meat is included in about two out of every three things I make and write about here on DudeFoods though.
Now I know it sounds impossible to get sick of regular bacon, but when you eat as much of it as I do you eventually start looking for ways to mix it up … Continue Reading »