16 responses

  1. Marisa
    November 12, 2009

    This looks outstanding! I think I’d easily scarf down the entire batch if I had to make it.

  2. Jen C
    November 12, 2009

    Your snow picture looks amazing!!! We’ve only had 1 dump this year and I’m ready for more snow! That, combined with your week, sounds amazing! I think I’m actually hating you again…. haaaa Enjoy and safe trip home!

  3. Kate
    November 12, 2009

    Holy cats! Bacon in brittle? It’s a good thing you all snuck out for a bit of snowy exertion, I’d be packing on the pounds with a Christmas in November followed by Christmas in December ;)
    Jen C is right. The summer lounge chairs being blanketed with “thick, slow, quiet snow” with those lovely, stately pines and the lake is a juxtaposition of the seasons. Wonderful photo!

  4. Jade @ No Longer 25
    November 12, 2009

    This recipe looks really good, I may have to try it soon. No snow here yet unfortunatly – I love the snow and I’m hoping for some good snowfalls this year.

    This recipe reminds me of a recipe from Joy the Baker for peanutbutter and Bacon cookies which I will try soon.
    Jade

    http://www.joythebaker.com/blog/2009/09/peanut-butter-bacon-cookies/

  5. Lesli Christianson-Kellow
    November 12, 2009

    It’s good to think outside of the recipe box! I’ll have to try this!

  6. Linda
    November 12, 2009

    Julie – would it be possible for you to share the candied pecan recipe???

  7. Kimm
    November 12, 2009

    Julie! Bacon! It does make just about everything that much better. May have to steal this for neighbourhood gift-giving. You are an inspiration!

  8. Cheryl Arkison
    November 12, 2009

    Oh, I love that kid of yours!
    Sad for you that your time is over. Thanks for sharing the recipe! I will be trying that ASAP. After the caramel apples with bacon I know that will be good.

  9. Erica B.
    November 12, 2009

    lol Love W’s cooking demo – too cute! I have to make this brittle, probably for T’s stocking present. I saw a Chef At Home episode recently where he used a thermometer from the hardware store – the kind that you point and it reads the temp. I think I need to find one – looks very cool…that and the kids have broken my glass candy thermometer.

  10. Anonymous
    November 12, 2009

    Awe!

  11. Cory Lievers
    November 12, 2009

    OMG! This looks great. :D

  12. Frenchie
    November 13, 2009

    This is unbelievable, it sounds like a perfect decadent treat. Although this is the type of thing I want all the time, I think I may just make it for Christmas day or some other special occasion. It seems like the type of food that would warrant that type of respect.

  13. Connie
    November 13, 2009

    Wow – the first paragraph sounds so much like myself. And the bacon nut brittle sounds so yummy! I think I’ll have to make that for family gifts for the upcoming holiday season! How soooo totally different – you rock!

  14. Amy (Sing For Your Supper)
    November 15, 2009

    Oh wow. This looks to die for!! I’m having a family Christmas party this year and I’m thinking this brittle would make a lovely little snack!! Thank you for sharing your grandmother’s recipe!

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