Made with passion and care, our bacon is crafted from the finest cuts of pork, sourced from local farmers.
Basecamp offers a range of bacon from – Premium Back Back, Dry Cure Back Bacon to Maple Streaky Bacon.
Every slice of our bacon carries the rich heritage of the Lake District, representing the harmonious connection between skilled artisans and the bountiful offerings of nature. With its irresistible aroma and flavorful profile, our bacon is a testament to the artistry of traditional curing techniques and the pure joy of savouring exceptional meat.
Each bite of Basecamp’s bacon is a celebration of indulgence and culinary excellence. Its versatility shines through as it effortlessly elevates your favourite breakfast dishes, sandwiches, salads, and beyond. From hearty breakfast feasts to mouthwatering burger toppings, our locally sourced bacon adds a delectable touch to every culinary creation.
How to cook...
To cook bacon, preheat a skillet or frying pan over medium heat. Place the bacon slices in a single layer and cook until crispy and golden brown, flipping them occasionally. Alternatively, you can bake the bacon in a preheated oven at 200°C on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper for about 15-20 minutes, or until desired crispness. Drain excess grease on paper towels before serving. Enjoy your deliciously cooked bacon!
SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL FARMERS...
At Basecamp North Lakes, we’re committed to supporting local British farmers. We believe in the importance of sustainable agriculture and supporting the communities that produce our food.
By sourcing our meats from local farms, we’re able to ensure the highest quality products while also reducing our carbon footprint. We’re proud to work with farmers who share our values and are dedicated to providing ethically raised and responsibly sourced meats.
When you shop with us, you’re not only getting delicious, high-quality meats and sausages, but you’re also supporting the local economy and helping to preserve our agricultural heritage. Join us in supporting British farmers and enjoy the many benefits of locally sourced foods.