Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Bacon Wrapped Pork

Remember the endless hours of farming cloth just so you can go AFK while making it into bolts of fabric so you can use it for your super awesome [Epic Dress of Fireballs]. Just to have it replaced by the first drop in your first raid. Or you could have my luck and continue wearing it until the next expansion because a robe REFUSES to drop for you. It seems like such a huge waste of time, but so necessary. What you will learn here isn't a waste of time and is definitely necessary. 

All of those years you have spent crafting dresses, oh excuse me, I mean "robes" for your many toons will finally be paying off. Here you will learn how to weave. Not cloth into bolts, but bacon into awesomeness!

The steps involved in Bacon Weaving are very simple and the results will WoW your friends and family for many years to come. The epicness will linger in their minds longer than an xpac retains it's luster.

Step 1: Separate 4 strips of bacon.

Step 2: Lay two strips of bacon next to each other, vertically.

Step 3: Using the third strip of bacon, lay it perpendicularly on top of the first strip of bacon.
Step 4: Feed this third strip under the second strip of bacon.

Step 5: Take the fourth strip and lay it parallel to the third strip of bacon and feed it under the first strip.
Step 6: Lay the fourth strip of bacon over the top of the second strip of bacon. 

Bacon Wrapped Pork
2 Servings | 15 Minutes | Training

  • 2 Pork Chops
  • 8 slices Bacon
  • Kitchen Weapon Proficiency : Indoor Appliance Grill
Craft: Weave 4 bacon slices together. Place one pork chop on the center of the bacon weave. Wrap the remaining length of bacon around the pork chop. Place on heated indoor appliance grill and let cook for 5-7 minutes.

Strategies: You can grill this on an outdoor grill as well, or even cook it in a skillet on your stove top. Cooking times vary for each application so watch your food so the pork doesn't get over cooked and dried out.

  • Pork Chops $2.89
  • Bacon $1.65
Total Cost: $4.54
Cost Per Serving: $2.27

Categories: Raid Night, Critical Hits


  1. That looks awesome!

    P. S. Cade really likes your blog. He said it's super witty how you've used some of the W.O.W. terms ;)

  2. LOL thanks Elisa! Tell him that he needs to hop on the blog bandwagon with the rest of us! See you in an hour for some free pancakes!