What are you making this 4th of July weekend? Tired of the plain old burger and hot dog? I have an idea for you. Instead of making a good old hot dog, you can try this bacon wrapped hot dog to bring it up a notch. It is still very simple, but there is so much more flavors. The bacon was crispy and smokey, and the pepper and onion brought some sweetness to the hot dog. This recipe wouldn’t take you more than 30 minutes to make. You can have a stress-free and delicious 4th of July party or dinner!
The other day, I was flipping through an art supply catalog. Then, I saw a wallet that caught my eyes. It was the bacon wallet. Haha…. Just too funny. I went online, and also found a toast wallet. They were both very cute and funny.
Where can you buy the bacon wallet?
Think Geek for $11.99 Read
Where can you buy the toast wallet?
Archie Mcphee for $11.95 Read
I was watching Food Network the other day, and I saw this braised chicken. It looked amazing, and I couldn’t wait to try it out. It was pretty delicious! The sauce was sweet and flavorful, and the chicken was tender and juicy. The crispy bacon gave the whole dish some crunch. It is a great dish with rice. I served the chicken with garlic toasted rice. Bryan and I couldn’t stop eating. The leftover was even better after the flavors being soaked up for a night. Hmm… I may just make this again next week!
Would you prefer bacon or cupcake TOOTHPASTE?
Yup….. I am talking about toothpaste. It is interesting and weird at the same time. I am sure both of these toothpaste would not be refreshing at all! I like cupcakes, but not to this level!
Want to give it a try?
Buy online: Read
How much does it cost? $8 each
Hong Kong was once a British colony and it is the international city of commerce, so there is heavy British influence in politics, cultures, and food. Many Hong Kong style cafes serve western style food, like meat sauce pasta, french toast, and baked pork chop rice. This dish, penne with meat sauce, reminds me the taste of Hong Kong. Enjoy!
The dressing of this recipe is a vinaigrette. It is light and tasty. It is definitely better than ranch or blue cheese dressing. With the avocado, the salad is creamy and delicious. Bryan loves the dressing, and he loves everything with bacon. I think I will be making this salad a lot more!