sometimes you gotta have it!
I buy my favorite brand and freeze it because bacon is one of those rare treats that I don't eat very often.
This is one of a few recipes my parents taught us. It was one of a few things we made them for breakfast every Sunday morning. (They taught us to make french toast with homemade maple syrup and hash and eggs too)
Bacon Eggs And Rice
Cook your bacon slowly in a large 12" x 2 " frying pan with a lid.
I don't like it super crispy (what's with bacon the powder from overcooking?)
When it's just before how you like it, tong it out and put on paper towels.
Pour the majority of the grease out and save for future flavoring.
Leave the drippings and 3 tablespoons of the grease in the pan and add enough water and rice to make 8 cups of cooked rice.
Crack 10-12 eggs into the rice after its nearly cooked and stir until the eggs are cooked.
Add your reserved bacon back into the egg and rice and serve. (I save about 1/2 the bacon for other things like green beans)
Salt and pepper to taste.
Enjoy But This Stuff Is Addictive!
Limit yourself to two plates. LOLOL
(I made the eggs and rice and used some of the leftover bacon renderings this morning to flavor it)