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Berkshire Bacon : Belly
Berkshire Bacon : Belly

Berkshire Bacon : Belly

Regular price
$14.00
Sale price
$14.00

Bacon.     Need we say more?

We smoke our own pork belly in house using Pecan Wood from trees on our farm.  We do not use any cures or preservatives - that means no nitrites or nitrates.   We only rub the outside with sea salt, black pepper and brown sugar.  

 

This is the bacon you have been dreaming of..

 

Cut thick with each Package :  Regular is around 1 lb or less and   Large is around 1.3 lbs or so  --  give or take 

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H
HSMom
Best Bacon Ever!!!

This bacon is thick cut so we cook it a bit longer to crisp it up. It is SOOOO tasty!!!

That there is REAL bacon, Yes Siree! Makes you wonder...what did they do to that stuff they sell at the stores!?
Cheers
Tony

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Vbolt
Buy local.

I called a well known retail meat store in town. Q: Where do the meats come from?
A: Mid-West, Nebraska or Colorado, shipped to California for processing, then to stores via supply chain. In the end, nobody is able to tell me where their meat came from.
Q: Is it verifiable mid-west, or might there be some Argentine/Uruguayan/Chinese beef in the mix?
A: Silence

In contrast, we know exactly where Arrowhead meats come from. Top quality, tasty meats from local Florida Ranchers, direct to consumers, responsibly and competitiv priced. For all the good reasons, I love buying meat from Arrowhead! I think you will too.

Our beef is Florida grown; our grass is Florida sown. Hmmm, I feel a country song coming on. Thanks for the love.
Cheers
Tony

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Claudia Neal

Berkshire Bacon : Belly

It's the bacon that needs no introduction...
Cheers
Tony

H
HSMom
excellent flavor!

The bacon is much thicker cut than what you'll find in a store - it needed a bit more time to cook. But, the flavor is excellent. We will buy again.

That flavor you tasted is from pecan wood, harvested from our trees out in the cow pasture. Bacon is heaven.
Cheers
Tony