We Eat Too Much Bacon

I was just getting ready to post about the yummy dinner we had on Sunday when I realized it contained bacon.  As did the last like 5 food things I’ve posted.  You people must think we eat nothing that doesn’t contain bacon.  I swear that’s not true!  But, at least I’m not posting bacon-food everyday!

So, a little while back I found this recipe from The Pioneer Woman and immediately decided that I needed to try it.  Basics: lemon pepper chicken breast, bacon and cheese (we used pepper jack for a little kick).  It was by far the tastiest sandwich I’ve ever had – served up on a tasty fresh bun.

In the background you can see we had this with some fake poutine.  (And also some yellow wax beans – vegetables are tasty too!) I say fake because my grocery store sorely dissapointed me – for weeks they’ve been tempting me with cheese curds (which are extremely rare to find here) and when I actually went to buy them, they were no where to be found.  And of course when I asked about them, no one had any idea what the hell I was talking about.  Where’s a Canadian when you need one?  So, we substituted some provolone instead.  It was passable, but I can’t wait to get back to the great white north and get some good stuff!


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