Here are a few things other readers would like me to share with you. The first one is the commercial for Bacon Beggin Strips dog treats. If you remember, this is what I compared fast food bacon to.

The second is from a Todd, he wanted me to share a post about how to make bacon bourbon. Its really easy!

To make it, cook up 3-4 strips of bacon. Retain a fluid ounce or so of the rendered fat, letting it cool but not solidify. Discard of the bacon in the manner of your choosing (I’m sure you’ll think of something). Pour the fat and bourbon into a glass jar and let it sit to taste, a matter of hours if the bacon is strong enough.

Read the rest of the post here for the final few steps and serving suggestions.

I just want to let you all know I really enjoy the bacon filled emails, so keep them coming.

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6 Responses to Beggin Strips and Bourbon

  1. Alexa says:

    Hey, Just wanted to stop by and see how your bacon day plans are coming. It looks like this is going to be a good year!

    Alexa

  2. matt gondek says:

    I visited your site today about bacon and noticed a new advertisement on the side. A giant ad about healthy eating.

    Good job

  3. Jason Mosley says:

    Well some people say that eating bacon is healthy. So maybe that’s the market they’re going for… haha!

  4. Mağaza says:

    what is ” bacon bourbon ” ???

  5. I found your blog by searching for bacon and chocolate, trying to prove to a friend that “Yes, there are still things that aren’t on the Internet”. Well, you took care of that bar bet!

    But I’ve been wandering around reading posts, and am now completely enamored by MrBaconPants. Best name for a blog ever.

    But this pst made me pause … I mean really, bacon bourbon? That’s a bit much, even for me.

    Thanks for the entertainment, adding you to my RSS reader right now.

  6. Jason Mosley says:

    I will be making bacon bourbon in the near future. I will let you know how it is.

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