Thick Cut Bacon
If you're looking for bacon to wrap something with (scallops, filet mignon, etc.), go for the regular bacon. Thick cut bacon won't cook fast enough when wrapped around something else. You want to choose this for BLTs, a breakfast hash, or just as a hearty side dish. This delicious bacon comes from our friends at Hopcott Farms who first purchased their family owned farm in Pitt Meadows, BC back in 1932.
COOKING TIP: Our favourite way to cook thick-cut bacon is in the oven. Since it's thicker than regular bacon, it takes a bit more time to cook, but it's worth every minute. You can also dice up the bacon and add it to a russet potato hash with onions and bell peppers. Eggs or no eggs, this thick-cut bacon hash is good any time of day.