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The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon

The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon
Seeing as how just about every recipe you come across these days includes bacon in one way or another, composing this list was a bit of a challenge. An awesomely delicious challenge, but still a challenge. After lots of searching, cooking and sampling, we can proudly say that these are The Web’s Best Recipes With Bacon: The Manwich First off, make sure you buy some solid bread when you’re making The Manwich. Some cheap soft bread and this sandwich will be all over the floor and you’ll be on your hands and knees eating it, and that’s just embarrassing. Bacon Brittle, Bourbon-Caramel, Chocolate Fudge Brownies What these brownies lack in snappy naming they make up for in sheer deliciousness. Portobello and Bacon Gnocchi Alfredo Despite strong competition from the likes of pappardelle and tortellini, we’d have to say gnocchi is our favorite pasta. Boozy Bacon Jam If you’re looking to bacon-ify your next party – and really, why wouldn’t you be? Bacon and Maple Chicken Nibbles Bacon Hash Browns

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