This is a lazy version of obimake
enoki, which is bacon-wrapped enoki mushrooms.
The two flavors go well together, but sometimes you're
hungry now and it's a hassle to wrap them up
all nice and lovely. So whaddaya gonna do?
I use 7 oz of enoki mushrooms (because that's the
size of the packages I buy) and 4 strips of turkey bacon.
Regular bacon will work, of course, and you may not
need as much, as regular bacon produces more grease
than turkey bacon. Anyway, wash the mushrooms and cut
away the blocky root. Cut the bacon into sixths the
short way, so you end up with a lot of squarish segments.
(Or slice them into other shapes. Or get out your
sakura-shaped vegetable cutter and go to town if you're
so inclined.) Heat up a large frying pan to medium and
put the bacon in. Stir-fry until the bacon has released
enough grease to cover the bottom of the pan. Now add
in the mushrooms. Stir well to coat them with the bacon
juices. Turn down the heat a touch, cover, and let it
simmer for a few minutes. Stir. Let it cook in this
fashion until the mushrooms turn a little richer in
color, and stop when the tinier stems start going
limp but the large ones are still firm.