BLT with Saffron Aioli
Don’t worry — that’s not mustard in the picture. That would be sacrilege. It’s a saffron aïoli with toasted garlic and ginger, and the characteristic color comes from saffron. In other words, it’s fancy mayo. There will definitely be some leftover (there isn’t really a way to make less, unless you don’t mind going to the trouble of splitting an egg evenly; ratios are ratios after all), but it shouldn’t be hard to think of ways to use up the rest. Using only extra-virgin olive oil would make for a bitter mayo, so it's toned down with an equal measure of canola oil. Make this for the special someone in your life, and I guarantee you, the fireworks will happen — or at the very least, the house will smell like bacon and toasted garlic. Which is never a bad thing. Click here to see the Bacon: It's What's for Dinner story. 
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Everyone loves a good BLT, and one served with the decadent addition of lobster is sure to please any crowd. The addition of Robinhood Meetinghouse Cream Cheese Biscuits adds an extra boost of flavor. 
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Avocado BLT Sandwich
An American classic, the BLT is a lunch-time staple. This recipe adds creamy avocados to balance out the flavors, giving the sandwich a little more depth. Click here to see more Tasty Tomato Recipes. 
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The pork belly in this recipe is braised in a gluten-free beer brine so that even the most wheat-intolerant can enjoy this sophisticated twist on a sandwich classic.
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Today, it is easy to find bacon as the star of many dishes, including cupcakes and flavored beer. But this breakfast treat’s humble beginnings as a lunchtime staple was birthed through the BLT. Typically, this sandwich is constructed of bacon, lettuce, and tomato piled between two slices of bread and slathered in mayo. Sandwich connoisseurs took this small finger sandwich from delicate to decadent with additions like cheese and avocado. With decadence in mind, we liked this recipe from chef Gerard Strong of Denver’s Central Bistro, featuring a fried green tomato, avocado, and a garlic aioli.  Click here to see 10 Classic Summer Sandwich Recipes
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Lobster BLT
As far as sandwiches are concerned, there are few combinations in this world more perfect than crispy bacon, lettuce, tomato, and mayo on toast. The simple, yet elegant balanace of a well-crafted BLT is pure bliss on its own. Perhaps the only way to improve this sandwich is to add a layer of buttery lobster meat.  This dish is not for the faint of heart or the waistline conscious — truly luxurious is the only way to describe it. Those willing to put in the time and the effort to create this meal will certainly be rewarded, this is unquestionably one of the best sandwiches that I've ever eaten.  Click here for more lobster recipes. 
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BLAT
The BLT becomes a BBLT with the decadent addition of burrata cheese
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I love egg salad, and while I usually like to enjoy it all on its own, this time I served it as a an additional component to a classic BLT sandwich. I layered bacon, lettuce, and tomato on a baguette with my basic egg salad recipe, but I added one surprise: avocado. 
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  For some of us, there’s nothing like a fresh BLT sitting poolside during the summer. That is until we came across this recipe, swapping bacon out for one of its pork cousins: pork belly. Make the pork belly on a cold and rainy summer day and keep it in the fridge for your summertime picnics. 
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Fried Egg BLT
It's hard to imagine a way to improve on the simplistic perfection of a bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich. But for those nontraditionalists willing to branch out a bit, adding a fried egg elevates this sandwich to a whole new level. And when you think about it, eggs are an even better example of simplistic perfection than a BLT — just fry one up and this single ingredient will add extra levels of flavor, texture, and body to the dish. The addition of homemade garlic mayo doesn't hurt either. Click here for 8 Sweet and Savory Sandwiches. For more sandwich recipes.
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Salmon BLT
Rich salmon and crisp bacon are a natural pairing for a delicious sandwich that you'll want to make over and over again. Serve this with a side of tomato soup or a simple arugula salad dressed with olive oil and lemon juice for a complete meal.
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Turkey BLT Sushi Rolls
This whimsical twist on a classic sandwich, the BLT, is fun to make and delicious. Don't worry — all the classic elements are there: bacon, lettuce, and tomato. For a healthy twist, though, we used turkey bacon instead of pork, and incorporated some quinoa into the rice mixture. Click here to see Reinventing the BLT — 9 Ways.
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