- Joined Jan 13, 2011
I'll take two - hold the lettuce and tomato!!
LOL---Also good to watch a movie while gnawing on one of these!that is a really good lookin snack before bed for sure....lol......wicked sammy.....good job
Thanks,Now that is what I would term a real bacon. Your BLT sandwiches look spectacular and I bet they tasted even better! Adding Canadian bacon in combination with everything else extra meaty that's a really nice touch.
I would probably leave out the Turkey Bacon next time. I made that hard smoked, like my Smoked Salmon, and it's more for snacking than sammie making!I forgot about that bacon sammie. Gonna have to muster one up soon. Thanks Bear!
Barry,Bear my friend, now that's what I like about you, good simple, easy to understand directions, I think I told you that once before. What a (as we say here in the Mt's. of the Appalachians) a fine samich, I got hungry just watching you put it together! I like Kraft Mayo better than MW and I like Mrs. Bear like a nice big slice of tomato on my samich but other than that, I would not change a thing. I did see something on there that I have not seen before but have read about and heard of.....BBB..... I will be checking out the link you gave us as soon as I get done typing this. Hope your doing well, I'll keep in touch! No better samich could be found in the finest restaurant in the whole world Bear, take care and may all your smokes be great!!!
This is one of the Sammies I like to eat slowly to really enjoy it.
I forgot about checking this one out a long time ago - those would be addicting Bear!
Thank You, Deuce!!
WOW THAT LOOKS FRICKIN AMAZING!!!!!
That has to be the best sammich EVER!!
Thanks Case!!Holy Cheesus that's a Bacon sandwee!!!
Man that is awesome.
Turkey bacon, huh.
Thank You Sir!!
Incredible! Glad you bumped this one, I've been thinking about making turkey bacon. I like the idea of being able to control the salt and fat. The packaged stuff really doesn't seem much healthier than regular bacon, and for the most part tastes like salty shoe leather. I've been wanting to experiment with transglutaminase (meat glue) and making chopped and formed turkey bacon seems like a good place to start. Thanks for the inspiration!
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