- n. Plural form of lardoon.
“Cut the bacon into ¼-inch slices and then cut the slices crosswise into ¼-inch lardoons.”
“Put the lardoons into a large skillet with 2 tablespoons water.”
“Members switched from guarded rhetoric about a pork-free package to messages plugged with lardoons to highlight local projects, industry boons and in some cases, specific programs squeezed into the bill by individual lawmakers.”
“Not to mention to take home with you a few delectable goodies such as a your very own "baguette, pain de campagne or pâte à tresses, Saumon fumé en crème de fromage, Magret de canard fumé moutarde et céleri, Jambon de Parme et crudités, Quiche aux lardoons, Tourte gourmande or Feuilleté de thon".”
““For example,” says she, “when I bid them lard a fowl, if I should bid them lard with large lardoons they would not know what I meant; but when I say they must lard with little pieces of Bacon, they know what I mean.””
“Lard it plentifully, letting the whole upper surface be perforated with lardoons.”
“Continue until all the rows are filled with lardoons.”
“Then there's his face bacon - meat picked from the pig's head - and fried cockscombs, tasty bits he uses like lardoons.”
“Along the way, someone realized that these little lardons (or lardoons) were quite tasty when cooked until much of the fat is rendered out.”
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