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Old 02-11-2010, 03:45 PM   #11
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when you say a big block are you cooking your own pork bellies and slicing them? or are you talking about a big pack of bacon.. reason i ask is i have seen a few threads on another forum where they are making their own bacon from pork bellies but i am unablle to get that cut of pork here.. i have two boxes of Buckboard bacon curehttp://http://shop.himtnjerky.com/on...p?productid=25 i want to make but since we lost our outside fridge i am a little pressed for room. i think it would be great out on the site..
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Old 02-11-2010, 04:06 PM   #12
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big block of slice bacon
usually find it much less $$ to buy a 3 or 5 lb brick of thick sliced
its last about a week......it goes on burgers, samiches, eggs, with oatmeal, bagels etc
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that is a great idea you can never have enough bacon around.. i have taken thick sliced bacon and mix brown sugar and cyanne pepper. put the sugar pepper mix on the bacon and let it cook till the sugar starts bubbling.. pull out of your cooking device (i have a green egg with indirect heat which is like a charcoal oven). let it cool down it will stiffen up.. it is called pig bacon...

good enough to put in the camper and snack on like beef jerkey.. and a heck of a lot less expensive
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