The Bacon Book, a Cookbook About Bacon

March 4, 2010 12:01 am Published by 6 Comments

Not too long ago, a reader came to us with the idea that we should write a bacon book. You know, a book about bacon. We tossed around a few ideas that all centered around bacon and books and how to combine them into a book about bacon but we haven’t nailed down a bacon book concept just yet.

Today we received an email from Boss Hog over at announcing that he’s released the first edition of his Bacon Cookbook. What better book about bacon could there be than a bacon book that helps you cook the meat candy?

According to the web site (with the oh-so-catchy URL of they’ve got recipes from some renowned chefs that will help you get your bacon fix for breakfast, lunch, dinner, appetizers, and even bacon desserts.

We got a chance to peek at the bacon cookbook ahead of time and were impressed with the quality of the bacon recipes included in the book. Don’t be surprised if you see a couple examples of bacon dishes we test out here at Bacon Today. We’re planning to cook up a few of the meals to give them the official Bacon Today taste test.

The Bacon Freak Bacon Cookbook is available in both downloadable PDF and paperback formats. Head on over to and get your copy today!

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  • Bacon Today Mike says:

    Corey, I’m so happy to see that someone has released an interesting bacon book. A book about bacon is just what this world needs right now, and I hope that books about bacon continue to hit the shelves of bacon bookstores everywhere.

  • Steve2inLA says:

    So where would I be able to buy a copy . . . or 4?

  • Mark Keville says:

    Oh my love of bacon!!!!!

  • bob says:

    i like bacon

  • Phil says:

    I don’t get how these so-called lovers of bacon think that bacon cookbooks are a new item. I have a cookbook collection(several hundred) of which, 35 are bacon cookbooks. One book is from the early 1700’s. I am wondering how someone can be a bacon lover, without know the history of the product.

    • john says:

      actually just because they don’t know the history of the books doesn’t mean they don’t know the history of bacon just saying.

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