Do you remember reading books when they were printed on paper? Yeah me either.

If you still read paper books, then I found the perfect bacon craft for you, the bacon bookmark. It’s really simple to make. All you need is a printer, scissors, and some magnet tape. If you need detailed instructions, head over to the inventors website, Wild Olive, and she will get you up in running in no time. She even has premade designs for you to use!

Now after you have your bookmark you going to need some books to read. Here are two that every bacon lover should have on their reading list.

  • Bacon: A Love Story – This book is written by Heather Lauer of Bacon Unwrapped. She, like me, is one of the bacon blogging pioneers. Her book tells you everything you ever wanted to know about bacon. It’s the perfect reference book to have handy when your friends start asking you the history of bacon.
  • BBQ Makes Everything Better – Do you remember the Bacon Explosion? Well this book is written by the creators, Jason Day and Aaron Chronister. I didn’t know a thing about how to barbeque, but then I got this book and now I am expert (or at least I think I am). They walk you thought everything, what you need to get started, how to cook, and how to have fun doing it. This is a must have if you own a grill!

It’s also worth noting that I am featured in both of the books, so you may think I am a little biased. But these really are the best bacon books available right now. Just read the Amazon reviews and you can see for yourself.

FYI: The links above are affiliate links to Amazon.com. That means if you buy the book after clicking those links I get a little bacon spending money.

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One Response to Bacon Craft: The Bacon Magnet Bookmark

  1. thanks for el shoutout, as always :)

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