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  • n. Plural form of lardoon.


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  • Cut the bacon into ¼-inch slices and then cut the slices crosswise into ¼-inch lardoons.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • Put the lardoons into a large skillet with 2 tablespoons water.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • 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.

    ProPublica: Congress Brags About "Pork" in Pork-Free Bill

  • 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".

    Seattle Bon Vivant:

  • “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.”

    Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine

  • Lard it plentifully, letting the whole upper surface be perforated with lardoons.

    The Story of Crisco

  • Continue until all the rows are filled with lardoons.

    Miss Parloa's New Cook Book

  • Then there's his face bacon - meat picked from the pig's head - and fried cockscombs, tasty bits he uses like lardoons. - Latest Videos

  • Along the way, someone realized that these little lardons (or lardoons) were quite tasty when cooked until much of the fat is rendered out.

    The Kitchn

  • On Valentine's Day, you'll find a four-course dinner for $60 that starts off with grilled flatbread with smoked white bean puree, figs and blue cheese, followed by appetizer choices such as roasted cauliflower soup with bacon lardoons and clams.



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  • (n): sing. lardoon - strips of larding fat of various lengths or thicknesses threaded into meat, poultry or game by means of a larding needle.

    January 4, 2009