Bacon Wednesday: Bacon, cheese and fig jam pinwheels

For your snacking pleasure on this way-too-cold “I want it to be spring” day. Even if it’s 39 degrees out at the end of March, bacon makes everything better. Your tip for the day: Bake your bacon. Four-hundred degree oven. Foil-covered rimmed baking sheet. About 20 minutes depending on the thickness of your bacon. It…

Bacon Wednesday: Bacon and Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

Betsy does not cook so you should take a look at these spectacular bacon and cheese stuffed crescent rolls and be extremely impressed. Betsy volunteered to provide an offering for Bacon Wednesday this week and found the perfect recipe on Pinterest (where all interesting things live). It only has three ingredients – cooked bacon,  Monterrey…

Bacon Wednesday: Bacon and Pepper-Jack Stuffed Crescent Rolls

Betsy does not cook so you should take a look at these spectacular bacon and cheese stuffed crescent rolls and be extremely impressed. Betsy volunteered to provide an offering for Bacon Wednesday this week and found the perfect recipe on Pinterest (where all interesting things live). It only has three ingredients – cooked bacon,  Monterrey…

Bacon Wednesday: Bacon Crumble Apple Pie

Ta da! Here, as Jon Stewart says, is your moment of zen. Bacon Crumble Apple Pie. Oh, and there’s cheese in there, too. You will want to make this pie because it’s easy and because it will amaze your friends. We snatched this recipe off of Yummly and changed the apples from Golden Delicious (yuk)…

Bacon Wednesday: The Bacon Butty

Oh, yes. I anticipate a lot of porn traffic on this one. The bacon butty is an English sandwich. It’s about as popular across the pond as the hamburger is here in the states. And it’s the essence of simplicity. There are only three ingredients: bread, butter and bacon. Really, what else do you need?…

Bacon Wednesday: Juicy Lucy

A Juicy Lucy. With Bacon. Oh, yes. Yes, yes, yes. A Juicy Lucy is two hamburger patties encasing, like a gold nugget, American cheese. Yes, American cheese for its superior melting capabilities. What you do is this. For four people, use a little more than a pound of hamburger. Flatten the meat into eight thin…