bacon rind


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Noun1.bacon rind - the rind of bacon
bacon - back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried
rind - the natural outer covering of food (usually removed before eating)
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Alternatively, you could hang pieces of bacon rind from strings tied to tree branches or make your own fat balls by mixing lard with nyjer seeds, nuts, porridge oats and dried outdoors old dad's advice and plant one for the rook, one for the crow, one to die and one to grow.
uk WHEN it comes to feeding the birds in his back garden, breadcrumbs and bacon rind just won't do.
This morning, however, my son yelled: "She's got a bacon rind in her mouth.
Magpies stealing whatever they find, Coal tit pecking on old bacon rind.
Fen Gerry, RSPB media & communications officer Birdcake recipe Melt or soften some suet or lard in a pan Mix in some or all of the following; seeds, nuts, dried fruits, finely chopped bacon rind Place in a container with some string threaded through so that half the string is inside the container and half outside (for example a plastic cup) Leave the mixture to cool Once hardened, hang up container by the string
While consumers have little choice but to waste bones, giblets, fish heads and shell, there is opportunity to make more use of skin, bacon rind and fat, according to Wrap.
If you invest in a bird table, site it near dense shrubs if you can, so shy birds can use it too and load it with a selection of tempting bites, from seed mixes, cheese and fats, to bacon rind, moist bread and cake.
Black sunflower seeds, sultanas, raisins, currants, grated cheese, pinhead oatmeal, old fruit, pastry, and bacon rind.
La Flesche made friends with several prominent Osage leaders: Black Dog (Shon-ton-ca-be), Saucy Calf (Tse-zhin'-ga-wa-da-in-ga), Charley Wah-hre-she (Wa-xthi'-zhi), Shunkahmolah (Shon'-ge-mon-in), and Bacon Rind (Wa-tse-mon-in).
They'll eat almost anything you eat ranging from bacon rind to Christmas nuts.