I often make popovers, and love this recipe from BLT Steak in Washington, D.C.
BLT Steak in Washington, D.C., features the simplest of recipes with precise delivery of a great product.
Also on my “must” list: BLT Steak, DC Coast, Oval Room and Cava.
Nobu, Hakkasan, BLT Steak, Capital Grille, Asia de Cuba, Mr. Chow—the list goes on and on.
And he was there in Beirut when the explosive cloud rose over the BLT Headquarters 30 years ago.
I adore crispy rashers for breakfast, on my burger, or in a BLT, and I consider bacon grease a first-rate cooking fat.
A bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich: the Lodge where MTV V.J.'s get B.L.T.'s A.S.A.P. (1950s+)
1. /B-L-T/, /bl*t/ or (rarely) /belt/ Synonym for blit. This is the original form of blit and the ancestor of bitblt. It refers to any large bit-field copy or move operation (one resource-intensive memory-shuffling operation done on pre-paged versions of ITS, WAITS and TOPS-10 was sardonically referred to as "The Big BLT"). The jargon usage has outlasted the PDP-10 BLock Transfer instruction from which BLT derives; nowadays, the assembly language mnemonic BLT almost always means "Branch if Less Than zero".
2. bacon, lettuce and tomato (sandwich).