Bring on the Bacon! 4 Loaded Pierogi Bowls for Pork Lovers


There is something quintessentially “Canadian” about bacon.


When it comes to iconic Canuck things, we are known for our maple syrup, hockey, geese, extreme politeness (please and thank you!) and of course, our national love of bacon.

In fact, 98% of Canadians spoken to in a survey said that bacon was one of their all-time favorite foods.


Are you one of them?


If yes, them you’ve got to #getloaded on the following 4 Loaded Pierogi menu items. From tender pulled pork to crispy centre cut slices of scrumptious salty goodness, our pierogi bowls seriously bring on the bacon!


Mmm…Bacon…4 Menu Items You’ve Got to Try


Porky Pig


You might recognize this first dish name from the Looney Tunes classic cartoon character who says, Th-th-th-that's all, folks!"


But with this bowl, it’s all about the bacon. Made with crispy bacon strips, cheddar cheese, caramelized onions and green onions, Porky Pig is a go to for bacon cravers everywhere.


Bacon, Sauerkraut & “Oh Yeah” Bacon


Next, there’s so much pork in this bowl, the word “bacon” ended up in the title twice. Enjoy a dual serving: centre cut AND double smoked. It’s the best of both bacon worlds combined in one.


Double Double


Nope, not the coffee.


Instead, we’re talking about our super popular Double Double bowl made with cheddar cheese sauce and cheese curds, green onions, and topped with – yup, you already know – crispy centre cut bacon and double smoked bacon.


Smoking Pig Roast


As if all that bacon wasn’t enough, there is one final Loaded Pierogi menu item to try: Smoking Pig Roast. BBQ pulled pork and centre cut bacon team up with chorizo sausage to propel diners into bacon heaven (cue the angel chorus).


Want to see all the bacon deliciosity for yourself?


Check out the Loaded Pierogi menu and order today!


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