If you love maple syrup and if you love bacon, Bob Evans should be on your breakfast list of places to visit. It is now serving a candied bacon appetizer.
“It's so crunchy, it doesn’t even feel like meat, but it tastes
like meat,” said one taster. "It's sweet and savory and it's still
crisp," said another satisfied taster. "It's God's food," said
another of the pulcritudunous porcine product.
Health concerns, at
least when it comes to bacon may not be much of a concern for
the average American. According to the National Pork Board, ten
pounds of bacon is sold annually per person, demonstrating the
continuous popularity of pork.
The sweet and salt
combo will the spot for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner and
every snack in between.
May, a British man legally changed his name to Bacon Double