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Canadian Bacon is a 1995 American-Canadian comedy film written, produced, and directed by Michael Moore which satirizes Canada–United States relations along the Canada–United States border. The film stars an ensemble cast featuring Alan Alda, John Candy, Bill Nunn, Kevin J. O'Connor, Rhea Perlman, Kevin Pollak, G. D. Spradlin, and Rip Torn.
The film was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival, and was the final film released starring John Candy, though it was shot before the earlier-released Wagons East. It is also Moore's only non-documentary film to date.
Princess Potatoes (Prinzesskartoffeln)
Makes 6 servings
5 or 6 medium potatoes, boiled
2 slices Canadian bacon, diced
2 TB onion, chopped
2 TB butter
1 TB flour
1-1/2 cups milk
Salt and pepper (white or black)
While potatoes are cooking, in a separate pan, cook bacon and...
Here's a little journey we can go on together..it will take a few days, but hopefully it will be worth it. Pork loins were on sale today. This beauty was 11 dollars so I couldn't resist...I am going to make Canadian Bacon, or, as we call it here in Canada, Back Bacon...In the brine tonight...
Ah, the Bacon Bunty: the fusion of back bacon and a bread roll that you never knew you needed. The idea here was to incorporate Canadian bacon into a dough for a simple farmhouse bread loaf. I had hoped that the bread itself would provide the bacon butty experience, but it wasn't quite enough...