ⓘ Bacon (name)

                                     

ⓘ Bacon (name)

Its etymology is uncertain, with Charnock favoring a derivation from a diminutive of Germanic bach "little stream, creek" and others from an eponymous seigniory in Normandy or from a corruption of Beacon. It is sometimes folk etymologized from bacon or Germanic bag "to fight".

                                     
  • spekkoek the name translates as bacon cake, but it contains no bacon The name refers to its striped appearance. Food portal Bacon Cake Made Right
  • argued regional variations in naming such as bacon sarnie bacon butty buttie bacon bap bacon barm or bacon cob Most often served with brown
  • unsmoked varieties are found. Canadian bacon or Canadian - style bacon is the American name for a form of back bacon that is cured, smoked and fully cooked
  • Peameal bacon also known as cornmeal bacon is a wet - cured, unsmoked back bacon made from trimmed lean boneless pork loin rolled in cornmeal and is found
  • Kevin Norwood Bacon born July 8, 1958 is an American actor and musician. His films include musical - drama film Footloose 1984 the controversial historical
  • Francis Bacon 1st Viscount St Alban, PC QC ˈbeɪkən 22 January 1561  9 April 1626 was an English philosopher and statesman who served as Attorney
  • A bacon sandwich also known in parts of the United Kingdom and New Zealand as a bacon butty, bacon bap or bacon sarnie, in Ireland as a rasher sandwich
  • Bacon vodka is vodka infused with bacon flavor, part of a larger trend of carnivorous cocktails and the addition of savory flavor to mixed drinks. The
  • Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon or Bacon s Law is a parlour game based on the six degrees of separation concept, which posits that any two people on Earth