Yes, You Should Wrap That In Bacon
It's a fundamental truth that bacon makes tasty things taste even tastier. So those moments when you hesitate over your stove, when you dare wonder if you're taking it all a bit far...fear not. The answer always remains the same: Yes, you should wrap that in bacon!
Turf and surf
Bacon Wrapped Shrimp is a symbiotic relationship: Shrimp provides a perfect eating vehicle for bacon, and in return, bacon's smoky wrap helps keep the shrimp moist. Everyone wins! Top tip: Pre-cook the bacon a bit before you wrap the shrimp so that shrimp and bacon simultaneously achieve their juicy, crispy best. Good? Good!
A top tip for this Bacon-Wrapped Corn on the Cob: Use pre-cooked bacon or cook bacon at least halfway before wrapping corn. Then, all your goodness is ready at the same time. Watch the video to see how to make it.
Just add a frosty tallboy
Top tip: Before cooking, make like Allrecipes member morghan and roll Benny's Famous Jalapeno Poppers in a mixture of brown sugar and chili powder. Insane! "I don't go to a party where I don't get asked for the recipe!"
That's what I'm talking about
Time to make these Bacon Wrapped New Potatoes. Because you're worth it.
When you don't want to bother with leftovers after the office potluck...
There won't be any leftovers when you make these melt-in-your-mouth Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Mushrooms.
"It's almost like eating a filet mignon," they say. Can't believe it? Well, guess who's now making Bacon Wrapped Pork Medallions for dinner tonight?
Two party favorites, together at last
Brown sugar. Bacon grease. The nostalgic goodness of a Lil' Smokie. Bacon Wrapped Smokies make people smile (after they get over the shock of your genius).
The only thing that could improve upon a perfectly seared scallop
I'd like you to meet Teriyaki Bacon Wrapped Scallops. I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.