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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacon

Bacon is a meat product prepared from cured pork. It is first cured using large quantities of salt, ..... Recently invented bacon dishes include chicken fried bacon , chocolate covered bacon, and the bacon explosion. Tatws Pum Munud is a ...

www.baconscouts.com/bacon-facts/bacon-history

Bacon's history dates back thousands of years to 1500 B.C. in which the Chinese were curing pork bellies with salt, creating an early form of bacon, although ...

bacon.wikia.com/wiki/Bacon_History

Bacon or "bacoun" was a Middle English term used to refer to all pork in general. The term bacon comes from various Germanic and French dialects. It derives ...

www.reference.com/food/invented-bacon-5213981532accbe7

No single person invented bacon, but the first records of cured pork originate in ancient China. The word “bacon” was used starting in the 17th century to refer to  ...

englishbreakfastsociety.com/history-of-bacon.html

Mar 12, 2016 ... The sheer variety of bacon, sausage and black pudding that you could purchase from different regions of Victorian Britain created an almost ...

ezinearticles.com/?Who-Invented-Bacon?&id=4316161

May 18, 2010 ... There is not much information about who invented bacon but the bacon or also known as bacoun, was being used to generally describe the ...

www.americantable.org/2012/07/how-bacon-and-eggs-became-the-american-breakfast

Jul 19, 2012 ... Bacon for breakfast seems as American as apple pie. And certainly bacon has been a staple to the American diet since the colonial period.

kitchenproject.com/history/CanadianBacon

Canadian Bacon probably got that name says because in the mid 1800's there ... So if you went to Canada and asked for Canadian bacon what would you get? ... wedding reception, and popular food dishes that were invented by accident.

www.quora.com/Why-is-bacon-called-bacon-Who-invented-the-cut

From the Bacon History site: The word bacon has been traced to originate from several words being combined and veering from several countries. The first word  ...