|As Louis C.K. once said, bacon is so good we wrap other foods in it to make them better.|
Don't stop there, they've got other interesting meats at the Triad Meat Market like Neese's sausage links. I didn't even know such things existed, but they're great! Fry some up and they make excellent hot-dogs. Their pre-seasoned whole roasted chickens make dinner easy and tasty, and if you're too lazy to make chili (because mine is better) then I recommend the brand in in the red-and-white tub sold in their refrigerator.
It's seriously good food and for instance, the bacon is only $3.99 a pound. That's about the same price as what's at the grocery store.
The only downside, is they're still not the meat markets of the North, with landjagers and sausages hanging from the ceiling. If only I could find that!
Of course once you get the most delicious bacon of your life home, you then have to decide how to cook it. Shannon is the old-school type, breaking out the iron-skillet, and waiting what seems like an epically long time for the juicy goodness. On the other hand, I'm the microwave type. To me it tastes just as good and takes only six minutes. Yep just place the bacon on a plate, nuke on high for six minutes and then with a pair of tongs rinse under hot-water (if you need instant bacon indulgence) or allow to cool to non-volcanic temperature over a period of ten or so minutes.