The holiday season is upon us and we have been hosting tons of parties at our house. It has been about 1 per week lately. Everyone wants to visit us during the winter time since we have such wonderful weather. Entertaining every week has me getting creative with my spreads. This week, I decided to entertain with a bacon bar with help of my awesome sponsor Smithfield.
My guests and husband were extremely impressed by the set up and all the various bacon recipes. I was given so many compliments thatI felt like I was floating after the party. This was especially nice because it was really easy to host. Smithfield Bacon Bar site makes it simple to host without having to think too much about planning. I used a few of the recipes on the site and the printables to label each type of food. Printable labels make the bacon bar feel more customized. I printed them as the bacon was cooking in the oven and cut them out right after I put the food out using glue dots to adhere them to the glasses. Love those glue dots! They are life savers.
I started by following the directions on the Smithfield Bacon Bar website by baking the bacon on cookie sheets. It was nice not having to hover over the stove. I made Applewood Bacon, Low Sodium, Thick Cut, and Homestyle Bacon. The Sea Salt Caramel recipe was a huge hit.
I decided to make my Bacon Bar fancy using my new champagne glasses and cake plate for the Bacon Cheddar Biscuits. I found the recipe for Bacon Cheddar Biscuits on Smithfield Bacon Bar site. They are scrumptious!
Then, I filled small glasses with orange juice for each of my guests and put the bottle of Orange Juice into bowl filled with ice.
Enter to win (1) Smithfield “Bacon For a Year” coupon booklet (an estimated value of $416). Visit Smithfield.com/BaconBar and check out the different recipes, then share to your favorite Bacon Bar recipe within the comments section.
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Smithfield.