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10 deliciously offbeat ways to pimp your bacon butty

“I love bacon on toast, me” – Charles Dickens.

There are two types of people you should never trust: those who fabricate quotes on the internet, and those who eat their bacon butties plain.

After all, there are far more options to this hangover-obliterating dish than just butter and lashings of ‘brown’ or ‘red’ - as James Packman will attest. Pioneer of London’s critically acclaimed street food outfit Le Swine, he's been putting alternative toppings on this most hangover-obliterating of foodstuffs for some time now.

Here he gives us 10 shrewd ways to maximise your bacon sandwich. Stick the grill on.

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