Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Wordless Recipe - Peanut Butter and Bacon Toast





18 comments:

Paper said...

Brilliant Sara!

Paper said...
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Paper said...

that was me but signed in for the paper Chef, sorry Sara

Mags said...

Really? You liked it? I am not so sure I would...

Ilva said...

Sorry, I AM making a mess today, Ilva aka Paper

breadchick said...

Sara,

What a riot. Glad Scott liked it. My dad used to eat bacon, pb, jelly and mayo sandwiches. It was disgusting to me but hey, each his own right?

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Wonderful!
A little mayo would work too!

Kalyn said...

Fabulous!

Peter M said...

Ahahaha, great post...Marcel Marceau, eat your heart out!

Peabody said...

Anything with bacon and I am good to go.

Geggie said...

Ah! I love it. This is a childhood fave of mine. Perfection with a glass of chocolate milk!

Lis said...

'kay you're a tard.. and this is why I love you so muchly. The thumbs up at the end made me laugh out loud. :)

xoxo

gaga said...

Haha, super cute post! And an interesting combo. If I get the courage to, I might try that some day =)

Annie said...

Very cleaver! The combo of pb and bacon sounds weird, but I think I like it...

michelle @ TNS said...

A++/

pouletsecret said...

Genius.
And actually, I believe that a peanut butter and bacon spread was actually marketed in the 20s, and it was wildly popular.
Great post.

Mrs. L said...

No words needed is right. Yum!

Anonymous said...

I read rom the 6/21 comment that there was a peanut butter and bacon spread. Yes there was, but it was marketed well forward of the 20's. My grandfather had a specialty store in Detroit, and he would bring me jars of this delicacy. I believe that it was made by Crosse & Blackwell, although I do not see it in the current listing of products. The best recreation is 1 small jar of peanut butter to 1 pound of bacon (cooked very crisp and finely chopped). Whip the two ingredients together with about 2 teaspoonfuls of confectioner's sugar and refrigerate for a few hours before using to let the flavors mingle. Yum!