By Heather Lauer
“[A] paean to pork.”
A love letter to the “best meat ever,” Bacon, by unabashed bacon fanatic Heather Lauer, is a wondrous number of bacon bits—filled with enjoyable evidence, recipes, heritage, and smoked porcine worship. The Memphis advertisement Appeal says, “If you may make it to the top of this e-book with no yearning only a flavor of the savory stuff, then you’re most likely the world’s most powerful vegetarian.” Adoring, unique, and informative—sizzling with Lauer’s infectious ardour for her mouthwatering subject—Bacon is the subsequent smartest thing to bacon wrapped in bacon.
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Additional info for Bacon: A Love Story - A Salty Survey of Everybody's Favorite Meat
Have you ever paused to wonder what journey your bacon went through to reach your breakfast plate? Perhaps the pleasing aroma and seductive taste of bacon is too overwhelming for you to think about anything other than inhaling it as quickly as possible, so maybe you haven’t thought much about it. And thanks to the easy access we have to a wide selection of bacon options at the grocery store, most of us don’t have to think much about how it got to us in the first place. But there’s an entire industry behind each package of lovingly cured and smoked bacon, and it’s an industry full of people who are obsessed with bacon just as much as you are.
In fact, they liked it so much that they attacked members of de Soto’s expedition to swipe some hogs. It is rumored that descendants of de Soto’s pigs still roam wild in the South, so if you should run into one, take a moment to recognize that you are experiencing a real brush with history. Pigs continued to accompany immigrants to the United States over the next several centuries, and thanks to the immigrants’ diverse backgrounds, the initial swine population was equally diverse and varied by region.
Go Hog Wild” The exact origin of “going hog wild” is unknown, but if you’ve ever eaten more than a pound of bacon in one sitting, then you are probably familiar with the concept. Some states are now passing laws to do away with crating of sows. Most of these efforts are being led by animal rights activists. But again, because of genetic improvements, most pigs on large-scale farms today wouldn’t survive outside. So if the laws change, then hog farmers like the Wesleys will have to change the genetics of their swine.