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Old 01-18-2005, 12:19 PM   #25907
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The fried baloney was the HIT!!!

How to make bacon gravy with one slice of bacon: OK, heat as much butter as you can spare in a skillet. (I think I scraped about 2 Tablespoons out of their Shedd's Spread container) Let the water boil out, cuz you know Shedd's spread ain't REAL butter!!

Meanwhile, cut your one lonely piece of bacon into tiny pieces. It kinda helps if it's on the dried up side. Cook it just a little, but don't let it get crispy. Add some flour, but if your hard up like I was this morning, commod bakery mix will do just fine.

Don't be in a hurry and let it cook until the flour or bakery mix gets kinda brownish. If you have milk, or powdered milk, or even canned milk, count your blessings!!! I had to use just water this morning and good thing those guys were mega hungry, cuz just plain folks may not like it so plain.

Anyway, when your butter/spread/flour mixture gets brownish and crumbly, add your liquid. Don't be shy and KEEP stirring!! And keep adding until it's kinda runny. Boil it awhile, add some salt and pepper and it will be perfection in just about 5 minutes!!

Guarranteed to please!!!!
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