Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
It's smoky, sweet, porky, and spicy. A long, slow cook ensures that the onions caramelize and the bacon melts. It has the chunky texture of tapenade and is easy to spread.
Another crock pot creation that you'll wonder why you haven't tried before-- this Onion-Bacon Jam is the perfect addition to crackers, soup, paninis and more.
Savory balsamic onion jam that will become your next addiction!
Really folks. This stuff is the bomb. Slathered on a burger…you needn’t anything more. Ketchup in cowboy boots and a little black dress!
Bacon Jam made with home cured Maple Bourbon Bacon.
A second attempt at a bacon jam-type spread that works beautifully—sweet, smoky, salty goodness in a jar.
A little sweet, a little savory, perfect with a fried egg on toast; fig, caramelized onion and bacon jam.
Now bacon has a home at every meal. If you find yourself making excuses about your meal choices just so you can have bacon, then bacon chutney will become your new best friend.
A first, mostly successful experiment in creating an alternative bacon jam for eventual preservation and gift giving. 2.0 to follow shortly...
Bourbon Bacon Jam and Spiced Apple Butter: Two super-easy recipes you can make in a slow-cooker and give as homemade holiday gifts!
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