Some of you are like me who, besides having a non-vegetarian diet, also loves to chew on meat for their meals. For me bacon is a favorite meat for breakfast and I always prepare it by bathing it with brown sugar and maple syrup before cooking it on the charcoal grill. I don’t like using a frying pan as it doesn’t get the right taste that I get from a bbq grill.
Get a small bowl and mix the bacon strips in with the brown sugar and some of the maple syrup until they are coated.
Even though the bacon itself contains a lot of fat, you will want to quickly oil the grill grates with some vegetable oil. You can either use a paper towel dipped in some oil (and grab it with some tongs because your grill will be already hot at this point.
To minimize flare-ups you must use raised rail grates or at least place your bacon away to the side of the grill where you don't have as much coals. Cooked bacon will release its fat, causing it to trickle down onto the hot coals. Cooking bacon over hot coals can cause the fat to ignite and cause massive flare-ups.
Place your bacon strips across the grate bars instead of parallel to them so they won't fall through as they start to shrink down when grilled. You can add the strips of bacon at the same time as adding your eggs to the hot skillet and they'll both be done in around 10 minutes.
While smoking the bacon strips on the grill, I coat it with the maple syrup once more until I get that smoky, sweet and salty flavor from a crispy bacon strips. And now you have a breakfast and dessert all rolled into one.