A rasher of bacon.
An example of a rasher is the three slices of bacon served with an English breakfast.
- a thin slice of bacon or, rarely, ham, for frying or broiling
- ⌂ a serving of several such slices
Origin of rasher; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps obsolete rash, to cut ; from Old French raser: see raze
- A thin slice of fried or broiled bacon.
- A dish or an order of thin slices of fried or broiled bacon.
Origin of rasherOrigin unknown.