You can never go wrong with bacon as it always flavor any dish wonderfully. I took a slight detour and blanched the beans in hot water for 1 minute and then set it aside until the bacon, onions and garlic were done cooking. My main concern was losing the green beans bright green color. I removed the bacon, onion and garlic to the side of the pan and added the green beans. I sautéed the green beans in the bacon grease seasoning with Hawaiian sea salt and fresh ground black pepper. The green beans kept their flavor and color. The overall dish was tasty and like I said, you really cannot go wrong with bacon with its crisp salty pork flavor enhancing any dish. This was served with, "Mushroom Stuffed Chicken Rollups," and "Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil Orzo," also on this site.
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You can never go wrong with bacon as it always flavor any dish wonderfully. I took a slight...