Bacon Asparagus

Jun 13th
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I love these Bacon Wrapped Asparagus Bundles! I could literally eat asparagus everyday. But what could be better then asparagus wrapped in bacon, drizzled with olive oil, sprinkled with Parmesan cheese and topped off with my new favorite sea salt of all time, Thai Ginger, from The Filling Station at the Chelsea Market in NYC! Asparagus is fresh at the Farmers market here in Michigan and it is just beautiful, so tender and juicy. I will have to think of more recipes before it’s gone. Morgan is still here visiting and it has been a total joy to have him around. We all played golf the other day, he never plays and he was surprisingly great, he even beat his Dad on a few holes. He is one funny man, he had me laughing so hard on a couple of holes that I was crying. I will never get this picture of him out of my head, when he was teeing off on one hole, and it didn’t go very far, he ran off the hole in total Bill Murray fashion from Caddy Shack, and hit it again! I think he had more fun driving the cart then golf! Pete and Morgan are still fishing everyday and Morgan is bound and determined to catch one before he leaves Saturday. They bought live worms the other day and hopefully that will work. As for me I’m enjoying my cooking and watching Woody the Woodchuck, I thought he was gone for good  when he didn’t show up after a couple of days, but then there he was wanting his sweet corn! It’s the little things in life that make me happy! If any of you have any great recipes for asparagus, drop me a comment and let me know, I will post it here on my blog! Thanks for reading. Happy Summer to you all! Love, Stacey

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

1 lb of asparagus Spears washed and trimmed, then separate into 4 equal bundles.

4 pieces of raw bacon tied around each asparagus bundle.

Drizzle with 2 Tbs. olive oil.

Sprinkle with Sea salt or Thai Ginger salt, if your lucky enough to find it, and pepper.

Sprinkle with 3 Tbs Shredded Parmesan cheese.

Bake at 425 for 25 minutes or until bacon is cooked and crispy.

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