English Bacon, Canadian Bacon . . . Who knew there was so much to a pig?
March 16, 2006 5:00 AM Subscribe
While abroad last fall, I had really awesome sandwhiches. It seemed like every pub we ate in had a brie-and-bacon-on-some-sort-of-bread available. Now that I'm back in the states, I want to know where to find English bacon, or how to substitute for it.
posted by Medieval Maven to food & drink (11 answers total)
I've found a couple of things online, but I'm not getting enough detail (like, a picture of it cooked, since that's the only way I've ever seen not-American or not-Canadian bacon). This looks promising. Bonus Points:
If you live in or around Atlanta, is there a local butcher or other shop that you know of that sells this stuff?