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The sandwich in itself turned out to be fairly simple to prepare. The only issue is that the main ingredient which is bacon is on my list of my not to eat food. As a compromise, I made myself a much frugal version of the sandwich and ate only half of it. I did make the fully stacked version for my friend who loves bacon. Now, as to the actual name of the sandwich, when made with white bread, it is a sarnie. When made on white rolls, it is a butty.
1 lb thick cut bacon
6 slices white loaf
1. In a non-stick skillet over medium heat, fry the bacon until the edges are
slightly golden brown. Set aside.
2. Slather a liberal amount of softened butter on the bread slices. Divide and
layer the bacon slices onto three bread slices.
3. Season with the HP sauce to taste. Top with the remaining slices of bread.