Baked Bree shares a recipe for bacon jam
At our house, we eat a lot of breakfast for dinner ... Making the jam does take awhile, but it is really hands off. Other than a quick stir every now and then, it just simmers happily on the stove. The idea of bacon jam might seem a little weird. But I assure you that it not weird at all. It is rich and complex, sweet and smoky, citrusy and syrupy. After I made it, I was thinking about all of the things that I could spread it on. A biscuit, slathered in a grilled cheese sandwich, or on a hamburger. I bet that it would even be really good on pancakes or waffles. As you can see, it is also really good served with cheese and crackers. And an ice-cold beer.
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Munchie Musings reviews Ali Baba's Kabob House
Ali Baba's takes over the small, nondescript place at the corner of Seventh and L streets that had formerly been occupied by an Indian restaurant. My first visit was for a quick lunch. I would immediately note that you may want to consider take-out if you are crunched for time. Even though it is counter order service, this is still a seated lunch that includes a small salad before your meal arrives. Said salad is a simple tossed green salad with a yogurt based dressing.
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