Sites such as MarthaStewart.com, FoodNetwork.com and NYTimes.com offer a variety of recipes for brown sugar-glazed bacon. The common elements include seasoning the bacon with brown sugar and other optional spices, then cooking the bacon on a lined pan until the meat is crisp and the fat has melted.
MarthaStewart.com offers a basic recipe for brown sugar bacon, calling for just bacon and brown sugar. After an initial baking, the cook drains the grease from the pan, then returns the dish to the oven to crisp the bacon. FoodNetwork.com's recipe adds spice by including chili powder in the seasoning. This recipe calls for a longer baking time with no draining partway through.
The NYTimes.com version of brown sugar-glazed bacon recommends a slightly more complex glaze, adding dijon mustard and red wine vinegar. In this recipe, a cook bakes the bacon first, then applies a glaze before a second baking.
OurState.com, of North Carolina, recommends a use for brown sugar-glazed bacon. The site suggests wrapping bacon around bundles of asparagus, then glazing them with a mixture of brown sugar, garlic, soy sauce and butter. Another variation from the blog Loves To Eat pairs brown sugar-glazed bacon with shrimp. The recipes calls for cayenne pepper in the glaze, giving the appetizer a spicy twist.