Bacon. That’s so 2012!
With 2012 at a close, we feel like we should close the door on a fad that jumped the shark when Denny’s introduced “Baconalia.” With that said, bacon is delicious, versatile and I might even say necessary but ermahgerd, you don’t have to tell everyone you’re eating it all the time or wear it on a t-shirt. So let’s just have a little DJ Hanabi year in review for bacon.
In 2012 DJ Hanabi was easily visible after bar hours in the Mission District for bacon wrapped hot dogs.
Crispy bacon dogs with onions and fresh jalapenos cooked in rendered bacon fat, how can one go wrong? You can’t for $2.
Also in 2012, scallops and sauerkraut also met with bacon in DJ Hanabi’s kitchen on several occasions.
We had some music too of course. No bacon.
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