Who can resist chips and dip, especially when the dip is full of bacon-y goodness? If you want to dress things up in a surprising way, spoon a small dollop on good potato chips and serve as a passed hors d’oeuvre. We guarantee they’ll disappear in a flash. Makes about 2 cups
Snappy green beans get party-ready with a sharp, mustardy dressing and a generous scattering of crisp bacon. Serves 8
Our bacon is amazing on its own, but a sprinkling of brown sugar and chile powder makes it irresistible—like spicy bacon candy! Use a hot red chile powder if you like to feel the burn; ancho chile powder will give you a more mellow heat. We love cooking bacon in the oven—you can cook a lot at...
This is a club you want to be a part of. Lindsay from our Communications team shows us how to spice up a classic standby.
Braising is a great method for cooking Brussels sprouts; it helps retain their earthy sweetness, a nice play against the savory bacon. Frozen, already peeled pearl onions are a great time-saver during the holidays, but if you can only find fresh, simply drop the onions in a pot of boiling water...
Individual quiches lend a festive air to a weekend brunch. If you have any left over, wrap them tightly and freeze—reheated in the oven, they make a terrific quick dinner, paired with a green salad. Makes 12
It’s no surprise that almost anything wrapped in bacon is delicious. It’s also one of the easiest appetizers you can make.
Classically delicious with a fresh hint of summer, Lauren from our Events team walks us through making this juicy standby.