What to do with a Year’s Supply of Bacon

What would you do with a year’s supply of bacon?

I’m so excited that I get the chance to find out, but I need your help.

Blog World Bacon WinnerLast week for my last session at the BlogWorld Expo I attended a workshop taught by Marcy Massura about how to be a Social Media Community Manager. I had no idea when I walked in the door that I would be walking out with a year’s supply of bacon!  Wow!!!

It turns out that Marcy works as the Community Manager for the one and only Oscar Mayer.  Can you say AWESOME!  AND she was able to procure a gift of 52 full value coupons each for a pound of bacon! Wow again!  I guess I don’t have to say much more…I won the raffle drawing!!!  Wahoo!  My husband was ecstatic when I told him.

Now, I need your help in discovering fun new recipes to fill the next year with amazing bacon-licious dishes.  I’ve heard of bacon ice cream, a bacon bomb, chocolate-dipped bacon, but what’s your favorite? Please share a recipe or a link to a recipe in the comments,then on Saturday, November 19thas my thank you to you, I’ll share the love and award one of the coupons for a free pound of bacon to the most delicious sounding recipe. (contest over – maybe you’ll win next time)

THANK YOU MARCY and OSCAR MAYER and THANK YOU ALL for your creative ideas.  I’m looking forward to a very tasty year.

Want more fun with bacon?  Check out the Oscar Mayer Facebook page,but don’t cheat by using one of their recipes in the contest, o.k.?

14 thoughts on “What to do with a Year’s Supply of Bacon

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  4. How exciting! What could be more fun than a pound of bacon every week!!
    One of my all time favorite appetizers is Rand & Michelle’s amazing bacon wrapped watermelon rind. Small chunks of watermelon rind wrapped in bacon and then baked to perfection. YUM!


  5. Cheryl Lohrke

    GREEN BEANS: 8 strips Oscar Mayer Bacon cut in 1″ pieces; 1 med onion chopped; 1/2 tsp minced garlic; 1/2 tsp pepper; 2 Tbsp light brown sugar; 3 cans green beans
    In 2-qt sauce pan lightly saute bacon & onions; add remaining ingredients; cover with lid; cook on med heat 20-25 min. Serve hot.


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