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       Title: Baked Peameal Bacon
  Categories: Canadian, Meats, Breads
       Yield: 1 servings
       1    Peameal Bacon, 1 centre cut              -piece
   “Peameal bacon is a unique Canadian meat, pickled but unsmoked loin of pork
   rolled in cornmeal. Usually it is sliced and fried for breakfast but it
   excellent baked whole. The cornmeal makes a crisp exterior and the meat,
   although quite lean, is particularly juicy, because of the pickling
   process. For baking it is important to select a piece from the centre cut,
   with a wide band of lean visible on both ends.”
   Place in an open roasting pan, fat side up. Bake at 350F degrees for 1- 1/2
   hours. Serve hot in generous slices with baked beans if desired.
   SOURCE: _Classic Canadian Cooking_ by Elizabeth Baird