bacon strip


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Noun1.bacon strip - a slice of baconbacon strip - a slice of bacon      
bacon - back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked; usually sliced thin and fried
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But the smokey bacon strip had attracted a fantastic striped predator at the Ryton and District AC fishery in the form of a superb 19lb 8oz pike that David successfully landed.
4 Insert a cocktail stick into the prawn, pushing it through the exposed end of the bacon strip so that the bacon is held in place and the prawn is held closed.
4 Cross two bacon strips, then roll a walnut-sized ball of the stuffing mix and sit it on the cross.
A meat platter for four is one of the top sellers, and includes sausage, bacon strips, chicken and burgers and is priced at an affordable e1/415.
Unfortunately, the thought of sizzling bacon strips for breakfast may cause a temporary slip of memory.
When a busy schedule or a desire for your favorite burger puts you in line at a fast-food joint, you don't need a sandwich with three burger patties or six bacon strips to satisfy you.
Dishes that pack a wallop are offered in the form of Tender Slow-Cooked US Beef Belly and Pinakbet Paella with Crispy Bagnet (served like thick-cut bacon strips).
Meanwhile, spray a heavy non-stick frying pan with low-calorie cooking spray, add the bacon strips and fry gently over a medium heat.
Imagine this: the garlic-coated brioche buns are like two soft walls that house crispy bacon strips, wispy lettuce strands, gooey cheese and pickles.
Tying cords, leather straps or bacon strips around children's necks would prevent the most severe effects of the disease.
MorningStar Farms Bacon Strips, made of mostly egg whites and oil, comes closest to the taste and texture of bacon.
Bake a pan of bacon strips drenched in maple syrup to create a sweet and salty caramelized treat.