We pretty much associate Elvis with that quirky sandwich made with peanut butter, bananas. The original sandwich that hooked the crooner did not have slices of bacon as we so often think, but instead just mashed bananas and white bread slathered with peanut butter. Later Elvis was introduced to a toasted version with the added bacon, because the sandwich just wasn’t nearly the heart attack inducer it could be. An even later version had the sandwich fried in a skillet of butter.
Then we have Fool’s Gold. This is a lesser known version of the sandwich that actually had Elvis flying across country on a whim to devour. Continue reading →
The meat Mecca of Dallas is without a doubt, Knife located in the Highland Dallas located just off Central Expressway at Mockingbird and in Willowbend. This is the love-child of chef John Tesar who has elevated the steak experience, and the results are precious.
The menu is dotted with a whole host of steaks ranging in price from the very affordable, to the more exotic and a bit pricey. However, the latter comes in giant slabs and sliced for easy sharing, so the cost per person is actually as easy to swallow as the dry aged beef. Continue reading →
Now in it’s fourth year, the event takes place at several cites all over the United States and London, and features 36+ mostly local craft beers, a Moscow mule booth, unlimited bacon strips, and gourmet bacon infused dishes. Guests enjoyed a range of activities such as live music, a bacon eating contest, giant jenga, cornhole, and bacon bobbin. Continue reading →
Since opening nearly a year ago, Julia Pearl has proved time and again that it knows how to have a good time. And the party continues, as Plano’s favorite southern restaurant is hosting a Beer, Bacon and Bourbon Festival on Friday, November 11th. Yes, these three magical B-words are uniting under one roof for your enjoyment. Continue reading →
The obsession with bacon only gains more kinetic energy, never stopping to wait for the world to catch up. And that is probably OK by us. Bacon, with all of its sweet, smokey, crispy goodness lends a bit of savory crunch to just about any meal from what could otherwise be an extremely mundane sandwich or burger, to a sprite salad topping that makes an omnivore smile with anticipation. But bacon does just fine on its own. Just ask the good people over at Local Oak in Oak Cliff. They sell bacon by the bucket. Continue reading →