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BBQ in New England – Bentley’s Famous

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Hello New England! Do you crave for BBQ in New England? Rarely does the GrillJunkie team boast about local or regional BBQ events, restaurants, road side dives or caterers. In fact we’re kind of snobs when it comes to our grilling and BBQ preferences. However, GrillJunkie has found a hidden gem in your own back yard! Bentley’s Famous BBQ, Pig Roast & Lobstah Bakes , yes good ol’ New England Lobstah Bakes!!! What we love most, is the fact that Bentley’s has carved out it’s own niche within the region and more importantly it’s style…one we would define as New England Style BBQ.

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Brandon Saldoni, owner & chef, attended training from KCBS (Kansas City Barbecue Society) – World Championship Pit Masters, & classes by Malcolm Reed from “Killer Hogs” & the world’s most decorated pitmastah, Jared Huizenga of “Insane Swine”. 


Brandon fires up the 4 most popular regions of BBQ styles, North Carolina, Kansas City Style, Tex-Mex & Tennessee Dry Rub. He also personally created a New England Style BBQ where all meats are smoked using Applewood and Hickory for 8 to 10 hours, and are hand rubbed with a combination of Pure Maple Sugar, Garlic Powder, and some Secret Spices that they would not reveal! Therein lies the intrigue, and that secret reveals itself in insanely delicious BBQ! We encourage you to let Bentley’s Famous BBQ, Pig Roast & Lobstah Bakes serve you at your next special event.

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Top 10 Super Bowl Recipes

Top 10 Super Bowl Recipes

Are you ready for some Super Bowl Recipes? The GrillJunkie team has had the grills fired up all week in preparation for the Big Game, and we’ve pulled together our Top 10 Super Bowl Recipes. It is no secret that Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest game day of the year, but were you aware that it is also the seventh largest grilling day of the year as well as the biggest outdoor cooking day of the winter months. For those of you who may be under 12 inches of snow, click here for our BBQ in Winter Tips! Riding the trend that outdoor cooking is no longer just a summer activity, millions of sports fans will be firing up their grills and smokers for this year’s match up. Our beloved American pastime, grilling, is a fast and easy way to cook up delicious food without having to miss the game or making a big fuss.

grilling tips, tailgating, game day grilling hacks,GrilljunkieAs a relief to the host and/or cook who will be doing most of the grilling, the best part of grilling up your Super Bowl food is that you can do most of the work ahead of time. Many grilled foods benefit from being marinated, so with some preparation you can load up the refrigerator with a ton of food and get it on the grill for a quick cook on game day. Plan ahead and, unlike last year, you’ll be watching the game instead of cooking.

Whether you’re hosting a small crowd or a big rowdy bunch over to watch the game, it is always best to pick as many foods that can be customized by your guests while also having a few of your main specialties. This way everyone is happy. Things like appetizers, personal pizzas, Patty Melts / Sandwiches, Meatballs, and hamburgers are perfect and maybe even some grilled desserts! Make sure you have plenty of toppings, dips and dressings to offer variety for your guests. This will keep everyone well feed and happy throughout the whole game. The secret to successfully pulling off Game Day at your place is to prepare as much as you can in advance.

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Our Top 10 Super Bowl Recipes

These Top 10 Super Bowl Recipes are the GrillJunkie team’s choices for the big game. Of course, true barbecue such as Brisket and Pulled Pork are always great options. While most people will be dishing up favorite appetizers, you can go the extra yard by dishing up BBQ Ribs, Pulled Pork or Beef Brisket. Barbecue can be kept warm and makes great finger food that fills you up. We’re sure your Super Bowl guests will appreciate the effort.

Super Bowl Recipes 1 – Grilled Steak Chili

What’s a Super Bowl game, or a regular season football game for that matter, without a warm and hearty bowl of chili? The cooler air of winter makes the GrillJunkie dream of comfort foods and

Finally, a warm, richly textured bowl of chili with java and dark chocolate depth and overtones.

Finally, a warm, richly textured bowl of chili with java and dark chocolate depth and overtones.

memorable times with friends and family. As food lovers we were in our glory during October due to the fact that the month has the honor of being National Chili month, and we could work on perfecting our Grilled Steak Chili recipes. OK, the month is over but our desire to make and consume some deliciously warm chili will certainly last deep into the coming months! There’s nothing quite like the aroma, texture and taste of a great bowl of hearty and soul warming chili, especially on Game Day!

While there are thousands of variations, one of our favorite chili recipes includes hearty grilled steak, spicy jalapeños, or chipotle and two extra special ingredients…coffee and dark chili chocolate. Chocolate gives the chili additional depth of flavor and the added chili within the chocolate introduces a indescribable earthy overtone, while coffee is the perfect ingredient to round out the dish by adding a hint of complementary bitterness. In fact the bitterness of coffee will help bring out the sweetness of the meat. Now, lets dig into the results of our tinkering with and perfecting our Grilled Steak Chili recipes.

Super Bowl Recipes 2 – Jalapeño Poppers

Jalapeno Popper and football go hand in hand. Be warned however that these are extraordinary and not your average Jalapeño Poppers. Inspired by the gang at, this recipe is actually made for the oven as the bacon can make the grill flare up. If you make these on the grill put them on the upper bread grate OR put them on indirect heat. Unlike fried poppers, these are grilled and the fat cooks out of the bacon so they aren’t as bad for you as they could be. Unlike other recipes that call for you to roll the bacon INSIDE the pepper, these have a 1-1-1 Arrange your poppers on your oven rack over a baking pan lined in foil. bacon/cheese/pepper ratio! Yum! Even people who don’t like spicy food have tried these at my house and have gone back for seconds. Not necessarily classified as  “healthy” yet good for the soul and healthier than traditional jalapeno poppers that have been put in a fryer!


All you need for these poppers are:

  • jalapenos
  • cream cheese or neaufchatel cheese
  • one pound pack of bacon

Because you need a way to “suspend” the poppers on a rack to let the bacon cook and have the fat cook off, actually take one of the racks out of the oven and put it on top of a 9″ X 13″ pan that is covered with tin foil (cuts down on the mess!). So, remember to take the rack out before you:


  1. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Now, prepare the peppers. Cut the stem off the peppers and with a knife, scrape all of the chilis and inside portion out of the inside of the peppers. (Leaving the seeds will make them even hotter, which is okay, but you need room inside to stuff your cream cheese.) For the really large peppers, chop them in half.
  3. Now stuff the peppers with cream cheese. For the peppers you have cut in half, you will need to wrap the bacon around the top and bottom of the pepper so that the cream cheese cannot fall out. The peppers will be suspended in the oven so that the bacon can cook down… For the peppers that have only been cut where the stem was removed, simply stuff with cream cheese and the bacon only has to cover the top. You will cut each piece of bacon in halves of thirds to be the right size for the peppers. If the peppers you use are REALLY big, this will vary… If you do not cut the large peppers in half, they will be HOTTER. This makes the pepper to cheese to bacon ratio off and makes the experience much hotter, which is not a bad thing… just warning you!
  4. Arrange your poppers on your oven rack over a baking pan lined in foil.
  5. After stuffing the pepper with cream cheese, then wrapping it with bacon in the right way so that the cheese can’t fall out of the bottom, you will then secure it with a toothpick or a skewer that has been cut in half. This is what will suspend the poppers on the over rack so they cook evenly.
  6. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes, or until bacon is beginning to get crispy and the cream cheese is bubbling.

Super Bowl Recipes 3 – Stout Patty Melt

Inspired by Derrick Riches, grilling and BBQ expert at, this patty melt contains a bit of stout beer in both the ground beef patties and the sauteed onions, giving it a rich beefy flavor. He recommends using a marbled rye for this recipe. If you are unable to find Cippolini onions, any sweet onion will do.


  • 2 pounds ground beef, preferably lean
  • 1/3 cup stout beer
  • 1 tablespoon salt
  • 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
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  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1-2 loaves marbled rye, 3/4-inch slices
  • 12 slices Swiss cheese

For sauteed onions:

  • 3 large Cippolini onions cut into thin rings
  • 1/4 cup stout beer
  • 1 1/3 cups beef broth
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons soy sauce
  • 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon coarse ground black pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon chili powder (mild chili powder also works)


To prepare onions: heat olive oil in large skillet. Add onion slices and saute for 3 minutes. Once onions become slightly opaque, add beer and cook for 30 seconds. Add broth, soy sauce, salt, black pepper, and chili powder. Allow onions to simmer on medium-low for 30-35 minutes until liquid has absorbed and onions are soft. You can make ahead of time and reheat once patties are cooked.

Preheat grill for medium-high heat.

Place ground beef into a large bowl. Add 1/3 cup of stout beer, salt, Worcestershire sauce, onion powder, garlic powder, and black pepper to meat. Combine well, but do not over mix. Form into 6-7 oblong patties, a little bigger that the length and width of marbled rye slices. Place patties onto grill and cook for 5-6 minutes per side. Toward the end of cooking, add 2 Swiss cheese slices to each patty and cook until cheese has melted. Remove from heat and arrange onto toasted rye bread. Top with sauteed onions and remaining bread halves. Read More →

BBQ in Winter – Tips for Die Hard Grillers

BBQ in Winter: Tips for the Die Hard

Hey gang. Don’t believe it when someone tells you that you can’t BBQ in Winter! Chances are it’s cold out there no matter where you may be reading this blog post. It’s winter, get used to it!  We’re writing this post from the Florida office in the middle of January and its 34° F outside. So we get it. Is it colder in Wisconsin? We’re sure it is.

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But we’re all faced with the same dilemma. Do we throw in the towel, hang up our tongs and retire our grills for the season? No! We are Americans, and proud to be American Made…..grilling and BBQ is in our blood, no matter the season. Instead of staring out the window with big puppy dog eyes as we look at our BBQ smokers and grills, let’s remember our pioneering heritage and make a pact to buck up, look Mother Nature in the eye, put our BBQ gear back on and respectfully tell her she can’t keep us away from our passion: Grilling, BBQin’ and spending time with friends and family.

As John Belushi’s Bluto from Animal House, states in the inspirational pep talk to his fraternal brethren:

“Hey! What’s all this laying around stuff? Why are you all still laying around here for? Nothing is over until we decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor? Hell no! And it ain’t over now. ‘Cause when the goin’ gets tough…The tough get goin’! Who’s with me? Let’s go!”

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Now that we’ve fired you up a bit, here are a few winter grilling tips that the GrillJunkie team has learned and shared over the years. Below you will find our tips, techniques and overall advice for Grilling in Cold Weather and firing up the BBQ in Winter. What we provide is advice for both, acknowledging that there is a great difference between the two techniques, Grilling vs. BBQ, that widens even deeper in the winter months. No matter What Fires You Up, the advice still applies.America flag

BBQ in Winter: The Prime Directive

Keep your BBQ hot enough to smoke, no matter how cold it is. Smoking in cold temperatures presents several challenges. When operating a charcoal, gas or wood fired backyard smoker, weather is always something you need to pay very close attention to. When temperatures are very low you need to be especially careful. Reaching and maintaining ideal smoking temperatures can be difficult at best, and very hard if the wind is blowing. Metal smokers are particularly challenging because the metal acts to conduct the heat quickly away from your BBQ, grill or smoker.

  • Temperature: The first thing to imagine is the temperature difference. On a nice warm summer day you might find that your smoker, sitting in the sun, has an internal temperature around 100° F. without a fire in it. Open the lid to get things ready and maybe it cools down to 85° F. If your target temperature is 225 degrees F. then you need a fire that will increase in smoker temperature by 125-145° F. If, on the other hand it is a cold, overcast day the internal temperature of your smoker could be 35° F, meaning you need to increase the temperature by 190° F. This is near twice the temperature difference. This means that you will have to have better temperature control, a hotter fire, and more fuel than usual on hand.

  • Wind: Now we need to take into account the wind. The most important thing about wind is the direction relative to your smoker. Some Cleaning stainless steel grills GrillJunkiesmokers, like the large offset smokers have a definite airflow path. Air comes into the smoker through the firebox and moves across the cooking chamber and out the stack. If the wind is blowing in this direction the increased airflow will burn your fuel faster and can cause high temperature spikes. This means keeping the vents closed down more than normal. If the wind is going in the other direction it can stop the airflow entirely and keep the heat out of your cooking chamber. It is best to let the wind add to the airflow and not stop it so if possible position your smoker so that the wind is blowing in the direction of the natural smoker airflow. It is very important to keep an eye on the wind as well as your smoking temperature.
  • Precipitation: Of course it’s very difficult to smoke in heavy rain but cold weather also brings the occasional unanticipated light rain or snow. When water hits your smoker it is going to evaporate. Evaporation pulls heat from your smoker. If, during the course of a smoke you find some rain or snow falling it is time to open up the vents, getting things stoking, and bring up the temperature to offset this heat loss. Keep a close eye on it and you should be okay.

BBQ in Winter: Strategies and Safety

Safety is Job #1 when grillingOf course, the ideal smoking environment is a warm and calm one. But we’re talking atypical, cold winter conditions here that require some good old ingenuity. Anything you can do to provide this environment will help you maintain good temperatures and have a successful barbecue. By positioning your smoker in a sheltered (but not enclosed) space you can reduce the effects of wind.

Some people have gone so far as to build wind breaks to set around their smokers to keep the wind away. This can be a good strategy but make sure you are not putting flammable material in close proximity to your smoker. Wind can make sparks jump a good distance.

We also know people who have used insulation materials to hold the heat in their smokers. Not recommended but if you must, be sure to use flame resistant materials. Some water heater blankets and furnace insulation works great. Cut it to fit around your smoker and you can hold in a great deal of the heat generated in your smoker. Just make sure you don’t cover up the vents. Okay, instead of diving into an unorganized banter, we’ve listed a few BBQ and Grilling Tips. 6 in fact. Read on!

6 Cold Weather Barbecue & Grilling Tips

Winter Grilling Tip 1. Find a Good Spot

If possible, place your grill or smoker where there’s as much protection from the wind as possible. We take our grills or smokers up as close to the test kitchen gable wall as possible without getting too close to the siding on the non-windy side or hit the corner of the rear deck with two sides providing some wind blockage. Do be safe though. NEVER grill or smoke in an enclosed porch area or in the house. If you don’t burn down the house, the fumes will do you in. And just think of the embarrassment as the fire department arrives, and there you are with your tongs still in hand wearing your “World’s Best BBQ’r” apron.

Winter Grilling Tip 2. Fuel Up!

Winter Grilling tips GrillJunkieCold temperatures will impact the heat in the grill especially those made with thinner metals. Ceramics like the Big Green Egg and cast like the PK outdoor cooker have more insulation so owners of these products will experience fewer issues with keeping the temperatures up. However, not all of us are so lucky, so be sure to compensate for heat loss. A general rule of thumb is to consider the amount of fuel we’d typically use in the summer and add about half of that amount for cold weather grilling or smoking.

For instance, if the GrillJunkie team would use about 30 chunks of charcoal on a typical meal, then we would increase our load to 45 chunks in cold weather. On gas, it’s a bit more difficult to measure, but be sure to have a full tank and a full spare as grill-warm up times are longer in cold weather. Typically we’ve found that we are using 35-50% more fuel when grilling in the winter months. One interesting thing about cold temperatures is that you can actually see how much gas you have. The lower part of the propane tank with gas will cover with a thin coat of ice, clearly marking the level. With organic fuels such as wood chunks, charcoal, lump hardwood or even pellets it’s a matter of experimenting and experience. Again, up your fuel on hand by 35-50%.

Winter Grilling Tip 3: Adjust for Warm Up

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It stands to reason that it will take longer to warm up a grill or barbecue smoker when it’s cold outside. And, the grill pre-heating and warm up is very important. Foods stick on cold grates. Also, if you like a sear, you won’t get that if your grates are not hot.  With charcoal, fire up the coals (a chimney starter is a huge help) and then put the lid on the grill with the vents open. This keeps the fire going but allows the grill to get hot. With gas, turn it on and put down the lid and watch the temperature gauge. Or, plan on approximately 15 to 20 minutes of pre-heating rather than the warmer weather rule of thumb of 10 minutes.

Winter Grilling Tip 4: Real Quick or Real Slow

If we’re grilling or smoking food in cold weather, either for a family meal or Grilling Product Review, we tend to go for foods that grill up quick. Fish, brats, and hot dogs are real quick. We will do hamburgers and steaks but go thinner than usual if doing them while standing out in the severe cold, and Weber Smokey Mountaingrilling does require close attention. Barbecue (or smoking), on the other hand, is low and slow. It may get a bit cold on the set up – getting the fire right and the smoker up to temperature. But, after that, if you have a good quality smoker like the Weber Smokey Mountain Bullet, then maintenance is low. You just run in and out every couple or few hours and make sure everything is cranking along.

Winter Grilling Tip 5: Offset or Low Heat

When we grill in cold weather, we offset the charcoal which is simply having hot coals on only one side of the charcoal grill or heat one side or portion of the gas grill to high and the other side to low.  What this does is allow for some variation in cooking times on the food. If one steak gets done quicker, we shift it to the cooler area to rest and stay warm while we finish off other steaks or vegetables. If doing this, then slightly under-cook items, since they will continue to cook along a bit on the cooler side.

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Winter Grilling Tip 6. Keeping Things Warm

Another tip is that we will have a cast iron pan with a lid warmed up – either on the grill or inside. Cast iron really holds the heat well, although we do recommend a good grill glove if working with cast iron. As foods are coming off the grill, like hamburgers for example, we just put them in the warmed cast iron pan and put the lid back on. Again, we cook a little less done than we want in the end as the burgers or other foods will continue to cook a bit more in the warm cast iron holding pan. Those are the cold weather grilling and smoking tips that come to mind. Feel free to add your own. We’re always learning and sharing, so chances are we didn’t think of everything, but those ideas will hopefully get you out in the cold and grilling up some good dinners for yourself and/or the family. Man up!

BBQ in Winter: Let’s Wrap it Up

BBQ in winter weather GrillJunkieIf the weather is bad you have a few options to fire up some good barbecue. We’ve pulled 20 hour smoke-a-thons in sub-zero temperatures with great success. The secret to operating a charcoal or wood burning smoker is vigilance. When the weather is bad you have to be extra vigilant, but it is certainly doable. Simply because the thermometer has dropped doesn’t mean you need to forget the smoker or grill. After all, the best cure for the winter blues is a great barbecue.

It has been COLD here, indeed, and if you didn’t catch this in the opening paragraph, we are writing this blog from the Florida office at 33° F, so cold is cold.  But, we are GrillJunkie brethren, we’re addicted and we’ve got charcoal smoke in our veins. Going a day or two without barbecue or grilled food, is just not bearable. Nor should it be tolerated. So, fire up those grills, kick the snow off those smokers and get out there! Your family and friends are counting on you.



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Italian Grilling Recipes

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The GrillJunkie team fired up a few unique Italian Grilling Recipes for our readers. We think of it as Italy Meets the Grill! Beyond pasta and pizza, Italian food is perfect for the grill. Italian Grilling is not only part of our Grilling Around the World posts but also claims status among our Healthy Grilling series. Just a sampling of our Italian Grilling Recipes include steaks, Chicken Parmigiana, Eggplant Parmigiana and so much more!

Like most of the world’s great cooking traditions, Italian cooking is steeped in history and starts with the most basic of cooking essentials…fire. We know what you may be envisioning, pasta boiling on the stove, rich tomato sauces and lots of cheese. The thing about pasta and tomato sauces is that those were things that were actually imported to Italy and not at the root of its traditions. To truly get to the heart of Italian food, starting out at the grill is an absolute must! By introducing some great cuts of meat, poultry, vegetables and of course sausage you’ll be off to a great start experiencing the Italian Grilling scene. We are excited to serve up a few of our favorite Italian Grilling Recipes!

As grilling addicts, when we think of Italian food we often think of steaks. A well kept secret is that for generations Italians have been raising some of the best beef in the world. Chianina cattle are an ancient breed raised in Tuscany and from which we get the legendary Tuscan Steaks. This beef is full of flavor and generally considered some of the best in the world.

Not easy to find in a larger grocery store but that should stop you from grilling up a traditional Italian italian grilling recipessteak. The secret is to keep it very simple and to season the steak with a little lemon juice before you grill it. Then serve the steak with a little drizzle of olive oil and some salt and pepper. The lemon juice will add a little flavor but also help keep the meat tender.

Italian Grilling – Pizza and Beyond

Now we know that the one Italian dish people think of most often is Pizza. We are also fully aware of the fact that the pizza served in Italy isn’t anything like what you find in most any other part of the world. See our post on the History of Pizza! For one thing, authentic Italian pizza is a toasted flat bread without a lot of toppings. While you will find them served with olive oil drizzled over top they are not dripping in grease the way most fast food pizzas are.

KettlePizza_ReviewThe secret to a great pizza is intense direct heat from both above and below the pizza. The kind of heat you get from your grill, not your oven. See our Review of the KettlePizza, a grilling tool designed specifically for making awesome pizza on the outdoor grill. Make pizzas small and with a thin crust. Top them with whatever you like and grill them long enough for the crust to get brown and crunch and for the cheese (if you have any) to melt. No more than that. I promise these will be the best pizzas you have ever had. A few of our favorite grilled pizza recipes are Roasted Tomato, Garlic and Basil and our famous Grilled Pizza Dessert with Honey, Berries and Mascarpone! Read More →

Baby’s First Taste of Bacon

Baby’s First Taste of Bacon

This story and video of a Baby’s First Taste of Bacon is a real treat. The members of the GrillJunkie team are certainly huge fans of bacon! In fact, we grill it daily and use this meat candy in many of our dishes and recipes. It is our addiction! We are most proud of our Bacon Grilled Bacon – Pimped Up with Peppercorns, BBQ Brisket – Baconized Texas Style and our California Bacon Burgers from our Burger-a-Day Cookbook.grilled bacon

Albeit self-proclaimed bacon experts, we have a hard time remembering the very first time we tasted bacon. Certainly it was a spiritual experience but it is more in our blood now as opposed to in our memory. What joy it would be to be able to revisit that first time in either a photo or video. Well, this California baby’s hilarious reaction to tasting bacon for the first time will certainly be a time-stamped memory for him and his family. In fact, his reaction was captured on camera and is now going viral.

Easton Beach, 19 months old, was dressed in Santa Claus pajamas and sitting in a high chair at his grandparents’ home on Christmas morning when he had his first taste of bacon. When Easton’s parents let him try bacon for the first time on Christmas morning, they gave him the gift that keeps on giving.

Tyler and Melissa Beach captured their son Easton’s first bite of the delectable breakfast meat on camera, and it was a glorious moment for all. In the video, a delighted Easton repeatedly says the word Brisket with bacon“bacon,” becoming louder and more enthusiastic as time goes on. The hilarious clip was originally posted on Facebook on Dec. 25, where it has received over 4 million views to date. The later Dec. 28 YouTube version has been viewed over 11,000 times.

“We usually stick with the same fruit and waffles for breakfast,” Easton’s mom, Melissa Beach, told ABC News. “They made bacon so my husband handed him a piece just to see what he’d do with it.”

Easton was not shy about expressing his delight, closing his eyes at some points as he ate the bacon and yelling “bacon” louder and louder. His family can be heard laughing hysterically in the background.

“It was just hilarious,” Beach said. “We definitely had to stop him from eating and he was not happy about it.”

Baby’s First Taste of Bacon

Beach, of Walnut, Calif., said her son spent about 10 minutes eating the bacon but she only grabbed her phone in the last minute or so to record the funny moment. Beach posted the video on Facebook last Friday, where it has been viewed more than four million times. Her husband, Tyler, also posted it on YouTube, where it has been viewed more than 11,000 times.

We get it Easton! Enjoy your bacon fix little guy. Be grateful that you have such great parents that they not only introduced you to this great meat treat, but that your first time eating bacon was captured on video for all time. What a great memory.

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