Get Your Bacon Trivia, Recipes and Game Fix with ‘Baconnection’
Listen up bacon lovers! There’s a new app in the Android Market today that will give you all the bacon you can handle. We’re talking hundreds of recipes (Allrecipes.com, Taste of Home, and Everyday with Rachael Ray), random bits of trivia, and of course, games. The 99¢ app comes from Readers Digest Association (yeah, those guys) and runs on any device with 2.1 or higher. Hit the break for a quick rundown of the features.
- Baconnection game: Connect ordinary ingredients to bacon recipes in six steps or less. Connect scotch or mahi-mahi to bacon in six recipes or less and get rewarded with Bacon Badges such as Super Swine, Porker, Swinestein, Piglette, Boss Hog and more.
- Bacon Bits Trivia: Get to know your favorite ingredient with bite-sized trivia questions. Players can become Baconnoisseurs or earn a Ph.B. in Baconology.
- Browse and save favorite bacon recipes, share recipes via email and connect with other bacon lovers through Facebook at: www.facebook.com/Baconnection
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