Last week, Scene writer Kim Brown wrote about the bacon craze sweeping the country.

People can't seem to get enough of bacon, in everything from mayonnaise to chocolate bars, not to mention on hamburgers and with scrambled eggs.

Those on the bacon bandwagon should love this bacon dinner planned by the Tulsa Wine Club.

Mark Stenner of the Tulsa Wine Club said bacon will be in every course, including dessert, with wine pairings for each. The chef is Amanda Simcoe, cooking school director at the Stock Pot.

Cost is $65 per person for the dinner, which is on Feb. 27. For details on the time and location for the dinner or to reserve a spot, contact Stenner at tulsawineclub@yahoo.com.

Here's the menu:

Aperitif

Bacontini: caramel vodka, Frangelico and maple bacon

First course

Fried quail egg over sweet potato hash brown atop bacon lattice

Wines: Domaine Ehrhart, Crémant d'Alsace, NV Cuvée Prestige Chardonnay Brut

Second course

BLT salad of mixed baby greens topped with fried green tomato, micro herbs and bacon vinaigrette

Wines: Feudi di San Gregorio, Greco di Tufo, 2004

Third course

House-made cinnamon-bacon tagliatelle in a maple pancetta carbonara topped with warm maple pecans

Wines: Cycles, California, 2008 Gladiator Syrah

Fourth course

Stuffed quail in a bacon "nest" with molasses glaze atop jalapeno bacon-cheese grits

Wines: The Other Guys, California, 2007 MooBuzz Pinot Noir

Fifth course

Bacon Trifecta: maple-bacon bread pudding, chocolate-bacon fudgesicle, apple cheddar and bacon tartlet