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Jan D’Atri’s Bacon Candy and Bacon Crack Recipes (& giveaway)

Posted on: January 30th, 2017 by Taryn Jeffries 43 Comments

If you have lived in the Valley for any amount of time, you definitely know who Jan D’Atri is. She’s been a fixture on local television since the late 70’s and hasn’t slowed down since. She has amassed a number of awards from a place in the Scottsdale Culinary Hall of Fame, 3 Rocky Mountain Emmys, a National Gabriel Award, and International Film Festival Awards and so much more. Between her work in documentaries, restaurants and cookbooks, I really don’t know where she finds the time to breathe, let alone all of her wok on Beth and Friends on KEZ and her segments on Rosie on the House on KTAR and segments on Arizona Midday. I pretty much want to be her when I grow up, whenever that happens.

Jan D'Atri One Minute KitchenJan D’Atri has graciously allowed us to share her special One Minute Kitchen recipes here on PhoenixBites. The One Minute Kitchen episodes are complete, meaning that no step is left out. Jan tests and retests all the featured recipes to make sure that all the kinks are worked out. She does this to make sure that you actually want to make the recipes and are successful with them. Not only is she incredibly entertaining, but her recipes are delicious and easy enough that even I can make them. The first one that we are going to feature is her most recent, Bacon Candy and Bacon Crack because, well…bacon!

Check out the Bacon Candy and Bacon Crack Recipe Here!

 

As if these two recipes weren’t enough, Jan is just as excited as I am to be able to share her One Minute Kitchen recipes and videos that she has offered up 11 sets of her Spatuloons! What is a Spatuloon you ask? Spatuloons are made up of durable natural bamboo and have a ton of great properties like:

  • They won’t stain when used in red sauces or with berry juices
  • They won’t splinter with use
  • Perfect for lefties and righties alike
  • They won’t scrape or scratch the bottom of your pan
  • The tapered end make then perfect for getting the last bits of peanut butter or mayo out of jars

Jan D'Atri's_Spatuloon

How can you get your own three piece set of these special spatuloons? Leave a comment about your favorite kitchen utensil, that’s it. Easy Peasy!

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© Taryn Jeffries 2017

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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43 Responses

  1. Mary Cloud says:

    I have a spoon that’s made of sturdy plastic and is slanted at the perfect angle for everything. I love it.

  2. Barbara Klein says:

    My favorite kitchen utensil is the flour siffter. The easiest to use next to the spoon of course.

  3. Edye says:

    I love a good spatula! 🙂

  4. Sarah Gillespie says:

    My favorite kitchen item is my garlic grater plate!

  5. manda says:

    I like using my tongs.

  6. Wehaf says:

    I love my silicone spatula; it’s great for so many things!

  7. Rod Smith says:

    Lemon/Lime Press. Perfect for margaritas or orange juice from the tree.

  8. Valerie Gardner says:

    I LOVE my Ground Beef Masher! I absolutely love the fact that I never have to touch raw hamburger meat again!

  9. Lisa says:

    I love my Pampered Chef garlic press!

  10. Brenda Haines says:

    I don’t know if I could live without my tongs! I have 4, so I think I’m safe.. For now. Lol

  11. Susan Shepherd says:

    Favorite kitchen utensils, that’s a hard one, got so many. But my top favs would be of course my tongs & spatulas. I use them every day with just about every meal.. Thanks for the chance to win!!

  12. Melissa Johnson says:

    I can’t live without my special knives! I cut lots of fruits & veggies up so I need a good knife!

  13. Ava McDaniel says:

    So many to choose from my favorites! Spatula’s are such a money saver getting every last bit from a jar.

  14. Joy Isley says:

    My knife and spoon can be a substitute for a lot of other tools, however, none can repeat the nice little job of my zester. Love to use that tool.

  15. Sheila K. says:

    My favorite kitchen utensil is tongs!

  16. Jan Hutson says:

    It would be hard to pick just one kitchen utensil, but just this morning I used my favorite potato masher. Its only about 2 inches wide with a comfortable grip wooden handle and it comes in handy for so many things – think mashing bananas for banana nut bread, eggs for egg salad, avocado for dips (leaving it just chunky enough), mashed potatoes for two, etc.

  17. Donna L says:

    My favorite kitchen tool is santoku knife.

  18. Jackie Wisherd says:

    My favorite tool is my chopper that I got from a Pampered Chef house party. It is great for chopping or mincing various items. Love it.

  19. Cynthia Richardson says:

    My favorite kitchen utensil is a slotted spoon.

  20. Marge Melhad says:

    My all time favorite kitchen utensil is my Fish Spatula which I have in different sizes. It works for everything.

  21. ET Pruitt says:

    My garlic press is one of my favorite utensils since I use garlic in just about everything.

  22. Kristen says:

    My favorite is my regular wooden spoon.

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