Cut the core out and added some butter.
A little turkey bacon on top.
3 hours later.
I will say this, it was different in a good way. Taters are outstanding. Another healthy late night snack.
Can I be honest with you Ronp? It looks like you're using Oscar Meyer turkey bacon, right? You should actually compare the labels of both that turkey bacon, and Oscar Meyer pork bacon, and you'll be amazed to find out that the turkey bacon is worse for you. There's only one spot on the nutrition facts chart that shows pork bacon being worse, and that's saturated fat. They use careful marketing on the front of the package, and adjust the portion size on the nutrition facts to make it appear healthier. At a quick glance, the traits of both look similar, but at closer inspection, you'll see that the serving size for the turkey is 1 slice, and the serving size for the pork is 2 slices.
More fat in Turkey bacon
More cholesterol Turkey bacon
More carbs Turkey bacon
More sugars Turkey bacon
More sodium Turkey bacon
and more protein, which is good!
The bottom line? Let's stop buying these over processed foods, and let's get back to basics. Let's just stick with pork bacon from the store, if you must. If you can, SMOKE some bacon at home! You're better off eating the real stuff anyway.
Smoked cabbage. Is the taste more like raw cabbage or cooked cabbage? I LOVE raw cabbage (I love all raw veggies especially brussels sprouts) but HATE cooked cabbage. I realize you will get smoke flavor but do you get the typical cooked cabbage flavor too?