Why Buc-ee’s of course. Yes, you can get bacon grease here...
-Trying to up your breakfast game? Try this quick and easy french toast recipe from the Quicker Picker Upper. Keep an eye out for another quick recipe brought to you by Bounty coming soon. Proud to partner with Bounty who, together with Feeding America, is helping to provide 10 million meals to people in need.
Yang Youping proudly serves Yunnan cuisine at his restaurant in Beijing. Yunnan is a province in southwestern China known for fare like pounded potatoes. They look a lot like mashed potatoes, but pounded potatoes have got a unique stretch to them. Yang guides us through the peel, steam and pound process that goes into making this delicious dish.
Let's face it: Most fancy foods are less about taste and more about showing off. Sometimes, though, a plate's high price tag is well earned. Whether it's down to the rarest ingredients or the most remarkable flavors, these are the most expensive foods you need to try before you die.
Is there anything better than the heavenly mix of chocolate and peanut butter in Reese's peanut butter cups? Whether you're craving something sweet or salty, they always deliver. Let's take a look inside the history of this classic American candy.
Japanese and Australian farmers are competing for the U.S. wagyu market that will be worth $1.1 billion by 2023. WSJ visits one rancher using traditional methods to produce $200 steaks, and another who has invested in new technology to slash prices. Photo: Mami Morisaki for The Wall Street Journal
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All-you-can-eat buffets can be a great way to indulge to your heart's content. But if you've got a smaller appetite, you may never be able to or want to cram down enough food to justify the cost. Plus, you often don't even get to bring home leftovers for a late-night snack, or tomorrow's breakfast, which is sometimes the best part of eating out; getting two meals for the price of one!
Just the word 'bacon' is enough to make you hungry. Add in that hard-to-resist smell that permeates every corner of the house when you cook it, and your mouth starts watering. Statistics shows that more than 18 million Americans used five pounds or more of bacon in 2019. That's a lot of pork, but it's not surprising.
Bacon's salty, with maple and hickory flavors that couple with a crunchy texture to make this meat a super star, by itself or in any recipe. It's truly that rare kind of meat that can even make a die-hard vegetarian think twice.
Yes, bacon is delicious and it's extremely popular, but it's not always the healthiest choice. Just three slices of bacon contain 161 calories, 12 grams of fat, and 581 milligrams of sodium. So how do you cook your bacon so it's as healthy as possible, yet still crunchy, and yummy every time?
Watch the full video to see more because this is the healthiest way to cook bacon.