Sorry if this is in the wrong spot. Maybe the moderator can move it? Going to try this recipe this week with some recent maple brown sugar bacon. 1 lb. Bacon 1 White Onion 1/2 Cup Brown Sugar 1/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar 2 Tb Whole Grain Mustard Fresh Cracked Pepper Bacon Marmalade Recipe Instructions Prepare your ingredients. Cut the bacon into lardons. Finely mince the onions. Add your bacon to a large saute pan and turn to high heat. Cook until the bacon is crispy and perfectly browned. Turn off the heat. Using a slotted spoon remove the bacon from fat. Drain some of the bacon fat from the pan, but leave 1/4 cup of bacon fat in the pan. Place the bacon fat back on the stove top and turn to medium heat. Add the minced onion and cook until the onions are tender and caramelized. When the onions are finished cooking, add the brown sugar and cook until the sugar has dissolved and started to make a caramel. Once the brown sugar is bubbling, add the apple cider vinegar and mustard. Cook until the vinegar has started to evaporate. Finally, season with black pepper and add the crispy bacon back to the pot. Stir together and then remove from the heat. Let cool and then transfer to an airtight container and keep in your refrigerator. HERE YOU GO!!!!!!!! I have to say that this stuff is WEIRD! It's sweet, tangy, and smokey with a mild sweet, caramelized onion flavor and of course, excellent bacon flavor. I called a relative in Washington who also makes his own bacon and told him this was one of the MUST-MAKE recipes!!! Mouth's watering.... Some of my maple brown sugar pieces and ends that I chopped up and fried. Make sure to save the fat. Fried a medium white onion on medium heat for about 25 minutes until nice and caramelized. This pic is right when I added the onion to the fat. Added 1/2 cup brown sugar and cooked on low-medium until it turned to a caramel and bubbled. Added 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar and reduced to about 25-50%. It was still liquidy, but getting thick. Added the bacon back in and stirred well. Well worth it for a pint. It's already half gone in one evening. My daughter and I ate it on crackers then just ate it with a spoon. Amazingly weird flavor but DEFINITELY something I'll make again.