Bacon: Stand Alone Success or Recipe Rockstar?

Meet the star of your next recipe — bacon! Discover tasty new ways to enjoy this breakfast staple morning, noon and night.
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Why Our Bacon Is Better

There’s nothing better than waking up on a weekend morning to the aroma of bacon wafting through the air. But bacon isn’t just for breakfast anymore: It adds salty-sweet smoky flavor to everything from salads and sandwiches to cocktails and desserts. Whether you’re getting back to bacon basics or branching out in new directions, know that Whole Foods Market always does what’s best for bacon, and that means:
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Best Meat Tips from an Expert Butcher

Our Global Meat Buyer Theo Weening’s passion for quality meats, comprehensive knowledge of cuts and preparation techniques and his dedication to the art of a centuries’ old craft has made him a highly sought expert. Here are his top tips.
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One Poultry Farm is Going Back to Basics for a Better Bird

On a mission to breed a healthier chicken, Crystal Lakes Farm looked to heritage breeds. The farm now raises slow-growing chickens that have room to thrive.

All About Lamb

Lamb is a delicious sign of spring. From roasts and chops to stews and comforting braises, lamb has something to offer everyone at the table.
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Our Favorite Ham Recipes

I love using spiral-sliced ham because it means less work for me! Here are several of my favorite ham recipes, plus ideas for leftovers.
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Last-Minute Turkey Tips from an Expert

Turducken, A Showstopping Holiday Roast

Looking for a holiday roast that wows? Choose a turkducken, a showstopping three-bird roast — chicken, duck and turkey — with layers of stuffing in between. Our stores make it easy.

Choosing the Best Turkey for Your Table

Buying a Thanksgiving turkey? Here are our tips for navigating your options, plus why our global meat buyer recommends organic turkeys.
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What's For Dinner? Easy Slow Cooker Pot Roast

We’ve got recipes and how-tos, so you can simmer up some pot roast tonight!

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