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January 23, 2007



Any recipe that STARTS with bacon is good with me :D


Yikes those sound good. YIKES they have enough calories to be called dessert. If you want to know, I'll say, otherwise, just Cook Beware!


I also have that cookbook and have already made 4 recipes from it and will make another one tomorrow. It's a great resource. I love the way the carrots look--what a great picture! I hated carrots when I was a kid--unless they were raw. But, now I love the little devils! Thanks for that.


This must be the most appealing way I have ever heard of for cooing carrots. Not just the flavour of (addictive bacon) but the nuts and chicken stock. Wow! Thanks for herb blogging with me. Cheers.


I too am a huge fan of that cookbook, it's my 'go to' book when I need something basic and delicious. Big, yes...and chock full of useful stuff, but never, ever disappointing.

We love glazed carrots, but if I made this recipe Mike wouldn't touch them....bacon is a no-no. This does look caloric, and we use minimal butter and brown sugar and it's fine. Maybe for a treat....


Cook's Illustrated sounds wonderful, I got to check it out!


Jeff--I agree with you and Emeril--pork fat rules!

Alanna--some but not terrible when you take into account it's over a lb of carrots and a real serving is actually pretty small. And anyway, believe me, one bite and you won't care what the calorie count is! :-)

Sher and Kate--Yay, kindred spirits! I've never been disappointed with anything they've put out from their books to the individual recipes to the magazine.

Ed--thanks so much!

Gattina--Oh do! You won't regret it. It's a fun book to read just for the background about recipes and ingredients. They really delve into each thing. I love reading the whole section on cornbread. It's like a history lesson.

Sue (coffeepot)

Glenna that looks fab. The bacon and pecans..yum


The carrots look just fantastic. Yum.


Sue--Thanks! Oh yeah, can't go wrong with bacon and pecans or any nuts, for that matter.

Kalyn--Thank you! They are really good, I'm so glad I read that cookbook for the recipe!


Lemon juice and pecans - that's what mine have been missing...and the bacon. Sounds wonderful!


Katie--It is! Give it a try. Thanks for commenting!





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