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Treat for all the family

16th -22nd March 2009 is Bacon Connoisseurs’ Week?

Bacon Connoisseurs’ Week is a chance for all to celebrate bacon! A tasty ingredient that is great in many more dishes than just the full English breakfast or the bacon buttie!

Producers of premium bacon across the country will be inviting people to taste the difference with their excellent bacon and to recognise the value of this household staple. Bacon Connoisseurs week will culminate with a competition to find the winning cures; maple, smoked or sweet?

For those of us who do still relish the thought of a bacon sandwich on a Saturday morning, whichever cure you prefer, here are Baco’s tips for the perfect bacon sandwich...

·     Grill your rashers on a grill pan lined with BacoFoil Extra Thick (to catch the excess fat and to give your bacon that slightly crispy edge). The thicker foil gives greater durability when cooking.

·     Lightly toast your fresh bread under the grill and layer with your sizzling rashers.

·     Either simply add a dollop of your favourite condiment or for something a little more substantial, tear up some fresh iceberg lettuce, roughly chop a beefsteak tomato and add a spoon of mayonnaise for the perfect BLT. Brie can be added for a naughty but tasty addition.

·     Once the fat has cooled, remove the used BacoFoil Extra Thick carefully from the grill pan and put straight in the bin... breakfast is always best with little mess.

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Winning entry into the Denhay Farm Ultimate Bacon Sandwich competition

 

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