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We had you at BACON: Chicken Fried Bacon Food Pr0n

I had a package of bacon in the fridge that was begging me to deep fry it this morning,
so because I always do what the bacon tells me…

I more or less followed this recipe:
http://allrecipes.com//Recipe/crispy-deep-fried-bacon/

The basics are this:
Preheat your oven to 350.
Heat up oil in a deep fryer (or large dutch oven) to 375.

Cut bacon in half.
Dip slices in milk/egg mixture.
Dip bacon slices, one at a time, into the flour,
then place on a rack or sheet with paper towels (do NOT stack slices).
(I did the deep fry double-dip method – look it up)

When oil is up to 350-375, drop slices into the oil, only frying 4 or 5 slices at a time.
Fry for 2-3 minutes on one side, then turn the bacon over and fry for another 2-3 minutes until golden brown.
Then put the fried bacon onto a foil lined baking sheet and bake @ 350 for about 7-15 minutes, depending on how you like your bacon.

After removing from the oven, season as desired with salt and/or pepper, etc.

I highly recommend serving with a side of maple syrup for dipping. 🙂 

Alternately, you can shake on powdered sugar and then you have Beigconets! (pronounced BACON+YAYS!).
(with apologies to Cafe Du Monde)

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Bacon-Fried Chicken Food Pr0n

I made some home-made fried chicken in a deep enameled cast iron pot.
I could have used my electric deep fryer, but I’m a old-school food masochist.
First, I soaked the chicken overnight in a mixture of salt, pepper, buttermilk,
Garlic-Pepper flavor Tabasco hot sauce and ground sage.
The next day, I drained off the excess buttermilk and coated the pieces in all purpose flour inside a paper bag.
SHAKE ‘N BAKE!!!
Then I fried them in 325-350 degree oil (this time I used a combo of corn oil and bacon grease),
for about 20-25 minutes (turn pieces about halfway thru cooking time).
Important things to remember:
Have an accurate candy/frying thermometer to check the oil temperature.
Have an accurate meat thermometer handy as well to make sure the chicken is fully cooked:
Cook dark meat to 180 degrees F and white meat to 165 degrees F.
Have good ventilation, because you’ll get a good amount of grease and smoke while you are cooking.
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BACON BLESS AMERICA, EVERYONE!!! HOT DOG!

Happy Independence Day!
In honor of the annual Hot Dog Eating contest, I give you…
Virtual HOT DOG!!!
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Food Pr0n Sunday Special – BACON!!!

BACON!


YOU’RE WELCOME.