Take one pound of bacon, cut the long strips in half and layered it with 1 tsp. of smoked salt in a bowl.
The smoked salt I use is called Salish and can be purchased at Whole Foods. Salish is real sea salt, not refined white salt.
The salt is moist so it needs to be worked into the bacon a bit. Knead the bacon gently until the salt is distributed over the pieces.
Then fry the bacon. I prefer a cast iron skillet.
This bacon is always met by a very enthusiatic family. I usually have to slap a lot of hands in order for the bacon to make it from the stove to the table.