Over at the Golden Arches, there are often featured items that cater to local tastes, like the occasional Taro or Haupia Pies in Hawaii. If I were the man with the curly red wig, this is what I would have on the breakfast menu over there. A breakfast sandwich with char-siu ham, furikake-dressed egg cooked medium-soft in a butter-kissed poi english muffin. No need cheese, it’s too tasty already.
This is going out to Sandy in San Antonio, who asked in December what a Bacon Butty was (at first we thought it was “bacon buddy” — it was referenced on a British sitcom). I’ve had no luck finding any back bacon on Oahu, and regular or Canadian bacon really isn’t the same. With Hawaii’s historical ties to England, you’d think you could find more British products around here (bangers, yes; back bacon, no). I know my little creation bears absolutely no resemblance to a Bacon Butty, but hey, it hits the spot for grease and whimsy. Have you had better luck making a Bacon Butty? (Read a BBC report on the scientific method to the perfect bacon butty)