Chilebrown at home

Wednesday, February 10, 2016


It is Saturday morning and it is time to pedal off some calories from last nights feast. I get on my bicycle with the destination of our local farmers market. The ultimate goal is to score more of the delicious Berkshire pork from Hanson farms. Today bacon is on our shopping list. This one pound package set us back 13 dollars. The curing and processing of this sliced rashers of joy were done by the Roundman' Smokehouse located in Ft. Bragg California. The smoke is slight, the sweetness is present and the salt rounds this out to make an all important balance of seasoning. The flavor of this pork is the knockout punch to make this bacon over the top special. It has an almost light beefy like flavor. It is not like any pork you probably have tried before. This is some special bacon.


greatwhite hunter said...

Mr Brown I am interested in a meat adventure to Fort Bragg. Copy That? GWH OUT

Chilebrown said...

great white hunter, I am game but you know it is a three hour drive. Then it is three hours back. We will have to discuss this. Over and out.

Chris said...

We've gotten spoiled because we and our neighbor have been curing our own bacon the past few months so we have had a variety of the best bacon we've ever had.

Chilebrown said...

Chris, You sure know how to tease me.