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I honestly had trouble naming this dish. Peas and Bacon? Or Bacon and Peas? Within the marketing world, I suppose you’d need to think about the target audience. Within my situation, it had been us friend, Shawn, who's a real carnivore. 99.6% of his dinner plate is meat. The rest of the .4% of his plate may be the periodic plant garnish around the meat dish he’s tied to.
In order to get Shawn to consume the peas, Used to do refer to this as dish Bacon with Peas. You will find, there’s a noticeable difference between the term &"and&" (which kind of implies equal need for both ingredients) and also the word &"with&" (the peas were much more of an adjunct towards the bacon).
I’ll be honest and tell you just how as i might have loved to celebrate success using this vegetable-fearing adult, it had been a no-choose him.
I have to admit that my children love Shawn greatly, he’s trained the boys how you can fish, play catch using the dogs, how you can breathe underwater via a regulator, but there’s only one factor&.....
&....he’s also trained my boys to choose and just consume the bacon.
3 ingredients. Bacon, frozen peas and onions.
There’s enough fat within the bacon to prepare the onion, so no oil needed. Inside a cold pan, toss in the bacon and onion.
Bacon fat melts, cooks onion.
Dump a bag of frozen peas (you don't need to defrost).
Cover so when the peas are warmed through, the dish is completed.
for Bacon and Peas Peas and Bacon Peas with Bacon or Bacon with Peas or simply BACON&....based on your target audience.