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Lance Corporal Bacon



Lance Corporal Bacon is essentially a slab of fat, through which is a thin streak of meat.

Lance Corporal Bacon was given its name by Anzac (Australian and New Zealand) soldiers in World War One, because it only had one strip of meat, and Lance Corporals only had one chevron on their sleeves.


See also:

Bacon

Ayrshire Middle Bacon; Bacon and Cheese Clafoutis Recipe; Bacon Bits; Bacon Drippings; Bacon Press; Bacon; Canadian Bacon; Cottage Bacon; Guanciale; Gypsy Bacon; Irish Bacon; Lance Corporal Bacon; Pancetta; Rashers; Rolled Bacon; Turkey Bacon; Ulster Roll

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Oulton, Randal. "Lance Corporal Bacon." CooksInfo.com. Published 09 June 2004; revised 21 November 2007. Web. Accessed 12/16/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/lance-corporal-bacon>.

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