Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] British
Lean bacon from the back or loin of a pig: breakfast includes porridge, black pudding, smoked Scottish salmon, and best back bacon from the local butcher
More example sentences
- To make Savoy cabbage braised with bacon, finely chop a medium onion and fry in olive oil, then chop and fry 120g/4oz of smoked back bacon.
- His sausages and rindless, unsmoked back bacon have proved a sizzling success in Cuba, where British meat products are banned.
- If you cannot start the day without a cooked meal any combination of Cumberland sausage, back bacon, egg, mushrooms, tomato and baked beans is offered.
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