Say it isn't so! A bacon shortage? That is what 'they' say.
It must be serious - Bacon eating contests are being cancelled!
What will Sunday morning breakfast of bacon and eggs be without the bacon? That is just unthinkable.
Bacon has played an important part of my life. The smell of bacon cooking was better than an alarm clock. The memories of camping and cooking bacon in the great
outdoors still brings a smile to my face. Besides, if it weren't for bacon my kids would never had learned to like green beans.
As a kid, if it weren't for bacon I would never have been able to choke down the liver and onions that appeared on the dinner table. Bless you, bacon!
What will become of my favorite breakfast sandwich, BLT with a fried egg?
Of course it is not just bacon but all pork products and that makes me sad.
I like pork!
Ribs? Yes please!
What will become of the Easter ham or the Crown Roast of Pork? Seriously, I can't imagine Easter chicken and No Baking Papa declared lamb a no-no, Turkey belongs
to Thanksgiving and beef is reserved for Christmas. Sigh.....
Chicken sausage might be pretty tasty but I do believe that sausage rolls, a holiday tradition in this house, need to be made with pork.
Have you noticed that the price of bacon has been going up for quite some time while the price of other pork products have stayed pretty reasonable? I think the
bacon producers understand our love of bacon and know that no matter what the price, we will manage to afford a pound of those salty, fatty, delicious strips.
Between the drought in the Mid-West and the soaring cost of feed, not to mention that corn is used to produce fuel as well as feed, the price of pork is going to
I don't know about you but I have not seen the price of gas going down as a result of using corn for fuel. For goodness sake, save the corn for the critters!
I grumble as I pay $4.99 for a gallon as gas - unless of course that gallon of gas is going to take me to the store to buy bacon.
I may become a bacon hoarder.