Editor’s Note: This week, we’re going to be introducing our new army of interns to you, the Foobooz readership. And it occurred to us that what better way for you to get to know them a little then for them to tell you all about something they loved to eat? Thus, we set them each to assembling their own Foobooz Six Pack, focusing on something they craved.
For our final Six Pack this week, we’d like to introduce Maegan Cadet–a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Fine Arts. She’ll eat anything saturated with carbs and will drink anything with caffeine. While she is a self-professed “pretend foodie,” she prides herself in knowing a good croissant when she tastes one.
Here’s her introductory Six Pack: Three courses of bacon-wrapped, bacon-spiked and bacon-infused goodness, proving that one can never have enough bacon (that is, until it runs out).
Bacon-wrapped scallops at Rembrandt’s
Start your meal off on the perfect footing with Rembrandt’s smoked bacon-wrapped scallops. These beautiful shellfish come swimming in Lancaster cheddar sauce, and are perfectly portioned to share with that special someone…or to devour all on your own.
Smoked Bacon Wrapped Scallops
Lancaster cheddar-lager sauce
Bacon Skewers at Tinto
Add a little lamb to your palette at Tinto, with their Lamb Brochettes. These skewers pair tender lamb loin with eggplant and sherry jus, then wrap it all together for you with (you guessed it) bacon.
Lamb loin, eggplant, bacon, and sherry jus
Pork and Bacon Unite at The Corner
Pork and bacon find each other again at The Corner. The bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin is served with creamed corn and sauteed arugula, for the perfect balance between meat and all that other stuff.
Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin
Creamed corn, sauteed arugula
Not Your Mom’s Meatloaf at Silk City
Silk City adds to this classic meal by adding a few twists (the best of which is bacon). The bacon-wrapped meatloaf comes with mashed potatoes, wild mushroom gravy, English peas and baby carrots.
Mashed potatoes, wild mushroom gravy, English peas and baby carrots
Bacon For Dessert
Bacon Goes Federal
Federal Donuts introduces the Maple Bacon Donut, taking us back to the days where syrup flowed from our pancakes and coated our bacon with sweet, maple syrupy delight. Pancakes not included.
Maple Bacon Donut
$2.00 each/ $12 half dozen/ $20 dozen
Bacon and Chocolate
If you’ve ever wondered where to get the perfect blend of sweet and salty, look no further than Jake’s Sandwich Board, which serves up Chocolate Covered Bacon. Yeah, we said it: Chocolate covered bacon.
Chocolate Covered Bacon
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