This is my third time creating a recipe using Head Country Bar-B-Q sauce and seasoning and honestly, the first two turned out so amazing that I was a little worried I wouldn’t be able to top them.
It started last summer when I made Pulled Pork and Cornbread Shooters, which I then followed up earlier this year with Pulled Pork Corn Dogs.
For my third recipe I decided to take pork and combine … CONTINUE READING »
You know what I hate about most BLT sandwiches? There never seems to be enough bacon. Either that or you end up taking the occasional bite where all you get is a mouthful of bread, lettuce and tomato but no bacon at all. So how do you make sure that you get plenty of delicious bacon in each bite? Simple, you just make a bacon weave taco shell and fill it with lettuce and tomato!… CONTINUE READING »
Even though I wrote about it almost a year ago, my Bacon Weave Taco post is still one of the most popular stories here on DudeFoods. I’ve done a couple different variations of it since then, including a Bacon Weave Choco Taco, but none of them have been quite as ridiculous as this most recent one.
I was recently asked to be on a local show here in Milwaukee called Studio A, and … CONTINUE READING »
Ever since I made my Bacon Weave Taco I’ve been telling myself that I need to create a breakfast version of the same thing. I mean, clearly a taco shell made completely out of bacon just begs to be stuffed with scrambled eggs, cheese and diced red and green peppers right!?
Luckily, I still had some bacon leftover from a recent shipment that Hormel sent me, so for the Bacon Weave Breakfast Taco I pulled … CONTINUE READING »
Chocolate covered bacon has been done before, as have bacon weave taco shells, but until now they’ve never been combined to make a Bacon Weave Choco Taco!
A Choco Taco — for those of you who have never had the pleasure of trying one — is one of the best desserts in the entire world. It consists of a waffle cone taco shell that’s filled with vanilla ice cream and fudge and then topped … CONTINUE READING »