In 1892, Lord Frederick Stanley, the 16th Earl of Derby, donated a great silver cup the best hockey team in Canada. It has been ever since a treasured prize in that sport. But the shortsighted Lord Stanley did not anticipate that future generations of hockey fans would look toward trophies as a food source.
That is where Bar Brutus in Montreal comes in. Its bacon engineers developed this replica of the Stanley Cup out of 20 pounds of bacon. This is an exploration of a developing theme. Go to Bar Brutus’s website and scroll down to see its food menu, which consists primarily of bacony goodness.