There’s an infinite number of ways to use your bacon.

Bacon, the most majestic of meats, is also the most versatile. Simply fried and served with eggs at breakfast, bacon is unbeatable; but it is capable of so much more. Perfectly sane people have been combining it with chocolate, adding it to ice cream, and wrapping their hamburgers in envelopes woven of it. It’s a great flavoring agent in soups and stews and savory pies. Bacon pairs harmoniously with all kinds of seafood -- particularly scallops. And of course, bacon is a celestial enhancement to a galaxy of salads.

Commonly considered a sliced food, bacon actually rejoices in a vast variety of configurations. It can be diced for use in a potage or ragout, cut into lardons to be tossed among frisée, or slivered as a topping for a pâté or tureen of potato leek soup. This is why we sell it in a slab.

Here are a few baconic strategies you might like to deploy:

1 Bacon & Scallops

2 Chicken Pot Pie

3 Brussels Sprouts With Bacon & Balsamic Vinegar

4 Spaghetti Carbonara

5 Bacon With More Bacon