For those that don’t know, I like to cook. Friends and family tell me I’m good at it, which is a plus. I’ve never really tracked recipes I’ve created though, which has greatly bothered my loving wife for many years, so I figured there is no time like the present to start, most especially since everyone seemed to enjoy last night’s meal. So, I present my first recipe: Three B Hash. Pictures and step-by-step explanations are at the top, but if you’re impatient the ingredients and recipe are at the bottom of this post.
Why is it called “Three B Hash” you ask? That’s because the main ingredients are Bacon, Beef, and Bison, with a huge amount of vegetables tossed in as well. Yes, I’m aware that I’m not very good at creating names for meals. I’m perfectly content with that. =)
It’s not the healthiest meal for most diets, but I’ve been drinking Soylent 2.0 for most breakfasts and lunches, so I’m not at all concerned with the high fat content, and one of my daughters is gluten sensitive so most meals end up being low net carbs, which I like to think makes up for something, somewhere in my diet.
Note on this recipe: You’re going to want a deep skillet that can go from stove to oven for this recipe. I used and recommend this 5 quart deep cast iron skillet.
First, start with a pound of bacon. Maybe this was 12 ounces, but I’m not positive. This is super thick cut Maple Smoked Bacon. I’d never eaten it before but promptly fell in love with it last night. Dice it into smaller pieces around 1″ x 1″, throw it in the pan and cook over medium heat for about 10 minutes, then remove it from the pan and set it aside for later. Make sure to leave that bacon grease in there though!