Fancy a bacon sandwich? Tell us about itBy Hilary Scott
March 18, 2013
It's Bacon Week all week so we can indulge in Britain's favourite breakfast and snack - the bacon sandwich.
There's nothing quite like it - I mean how many vegetarians have turned carnivore again because of the delights of piggies?
But how do you like your bacon sarnie? We need to know all about it.
Do you like porous white bread that soaks up all the fat or nutty brown for added bite?
Back or streaky bacon? Smoked or unsmoked (or even Heston's vanilla cured?)? Do you try to stay local and use Berkshire pigs (happy pigs so we are told?)
And should it be plain, unadorned by the red stuff and a bit of mustard, and just with a thick layer of Lurpak?
Or is it best smeared with ketchup or brown sauce - and which mustard is best, English, French, wholegrain?
You see it's not that simple so we want to hear how you make yours and why it's so good. Just tell us on the form below and you can even send us a photo.
If you think yours is posh, though, take a look at this, the Food Network's posh bacon sarnie to celebrate Bacon Week http://www.foodnetwork.co.uk/recipes/posh-bacon-buttie.html.
It's got scallops in it. Now that's mega posh, but we think it shouldn't ever be allowed to be called a bacon sandwich...