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This tasty pork dinner recipe is courtesy of Maricel Presilla of Cucharamama restaurant.
Your guests are sure to enjoy these bite-sized appetizers with big-sized flavors like bacon, Cheddar cheese, and a creamy ranch dressing.
Rancho Gordo farm founder Steve Sando is at the forefront of the seed-saving movement, selling his exquisite heirloom dried beans to passionate followers. Here, F&W's Marcia Kiesel uses Sando's yellow eyes variety.
Pace® Picante Sauce and Italian salad dressing top this new generation "BLT" salad with a Southwestern flair.
For a robust take on the Indonesian fried rice dish nasi goreng, Sang Yoon stir-fries black rice, sometimes called forbidden rice, with bacon and roasted garlic. "You can make it with short-grain brown rice, but you'd miss a lot of the fun," Sang Yoon says.
Bacon adds a smoky flavor to this staple bread.
Wrap crescent rolls around cheese, bacon, and a hard-cooked egg half for a quick breakfast of lunch.
You only need four ingredients to make this hot open-face sandwich. Serve it with fresh fruit for a quick lunch or dinner.
Wrapping a meaty bird like squab in bacon, then roasting it with fresh table grapes makes for an enticing main course that's salty, sweet, crispy, and juicy all at the same time. Count Paolo Marzotto, an active sportsman, loves this dish with the partridges he hunts; squab is a delicious alternative.
With a total prep time of just 20 minutes, this cheesy loaf is one of the most simple appetizers around.
Try this bacon recipe from Betty Crocker.
This out-of-the-ordinary pizza combines bacon and clams to create a flavorful, herb-scented pizza in no time...but what makes it really good is the puff pastry crust. Yum!
These little sandwiches will disappear fast--they are THAT good. Take advantage of fresh tomato season and try these sensational sliders.
Michael Symon defines himself as a "porketarian," saying he can't get enough of the meat. For his luscious chili, he uses incredibly flavorful and succulent pork cheeks -- an unusual cut worth seeking out. If pork cheeks aren't available, pork shoulder (cut into 2-inch pieces) can be substituted.
As Homer Simpson succinctly put it: "Mmmmm ... bacon." It may not be the most eloquent of statements, but we know exactly what he means, that perfect punch of salty meatiness that's often been described as kryptonite to even hardcore vegetarians.