RARA-AVIS: Re: The Horsemen

From: jacquesdebierue (jacquesdebierue@yahoo.com)
Date: 11 Mar 2009

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    --- In rara-avis-l@yahoogroups.com, Patrick King <abrasax93@...> wrote:
    > At least up here in New England, Canadian Bacon is a maple cured, circular cut pork breakfast food that costs a bit more than strip bacon and tastes a lot better. It's commonly used on Eggs Benedict, available in most high-end bars and restaurants that offer breakfast or brunch throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine & Vermont. It's possibly also be available in Canada but they may just call it bacon there.

    I don't think it has anything to do with bacon. It's loin meat. The Italians make something like that, great stuff of course. An Italian salumeria is proof enough that there once was civilization in the world.



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