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Who else makes Chocolate Chip cookies with bacon?

Yes, yes, I know, bacon may be *so* over ... basically doing hopscotch over that darn shark.

But whatever. It's still good.

So the other day I had the Chocolate Chip Cookie with Bacon from Market Grill (in Monrovia).

Damn, that sucker was good. Bacon was nice and salty and gave the cookie a nice crunchy texture (if you like nuts in your cookies, you'll like this).

So, now I want to know, who else makes good Chocolate Chip Cookies with Bacon?

Market Grill ... http://www.themarketgrillmonrovia.com...

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The Market Grill
525 S Shamrock Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

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  1. Well I will give them a shot and let you know how they turn out. Aprox. how much bacon would you say was in one cookie,1 crumbled piece per chip?

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    1. re: JEN10

      I think that's about right. 1:1 ratio.

    2. Hey, who makes them and then dips them in batter and deep fries them? lol

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      1. re: Servorg

        Whoa! Now that would be awesome. Maybe even after dipping them in batter, roll them around in bacon bits?

        1. re: ipsedixit

          but then you risk over-cooking the bits when you fry it...how about seasoning the batter with Bacon Salt? ;)

          1. re: goodhealthgourmet

            ... or just use bacon salt in the cookie batter?

      2. i think you should head over to the No Cookie Left Behind Bake Sale at Scoops tomorrow afternoon - maybe you'll find some bacon CC cookies among the offerings...
        http://nocookieleftbehind.wordpress.com/

        1. Market Grill is suppose to have a good hot dog/chili dog. Anybody try it?

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          The Market Grill
          525 S Shamrock Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

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          1. re: reality check

            I've had the hot dog, not the chili dog. I _love_ their homemade New England style buns:

            http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/705271

            Awesome fries, too. But . . . the dog itself was disappointing. Rubbery and nondescript. NB: it's been over a year since my last visit, so things may have changed.

          2. The recipe I use calls for 2 pounds. Batch size is about the same as the basic toll house recipe. I tried the cookie from LardoTruck and thought it was ok at best. Not even in the same ball park as my homade ones.

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            1. re: Shagg

              Would you mind passing on your recipe? I would like to give these as try.

              1. re: JEN10

                Just a friendly reminder, folks, please begin any recipe discussion on the Home Cooking board. It is OK to post a "heads-up" on this thread if you start a topic on Home Cooking.

              2. re: Shagg

                I've tried the LardoTruck BCC cookies too, and the Market Grill ones are definitely a cut above (to say nothing of your homemade ones, of course!)

                On a slightly tangental topic, two more things I love about Market Grill:

                1) The soundtrack. Recent lunches there have been graced by the dulcet tones of "Holiday In Cambodia", "Glasgow Mega-Snake", and "Tanz Mit Laibach"

                2) They don't mess around when it comes to chipotle peppers; unlike most places where "chipotle [anything]" means "mildly smoky and tingly", at Market Grill it means something more like "holy moly, that's HOT"

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                The Market Grill
                525 S Shamrock Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016

                1. re: Bradbury

                  I forgot to mention, but Market Grill might make the best potato salad in a 25 mile radius.

                  1. re: ipsedixit

                    What else is a 'must order' item there? Are the burgers or hot dogs (steamed in dark beer!!) any good?