We know—wrap pretty much anything in bacon, cook until crisp, and it’s bound to be eaten. This British pub snack, though, with a name that sounds like it’s from some inverted version of the apocalypse, combines salty, crunchy bacon and boozy, sweet plums (a.k.a. prunes). It’s a major crowd-pleaser, and simple to prepare. Steep the dried prunes in an easy syrup of port wine and sugar, then drain (you can do this ahead of time). Wrap a slice of uncooked bacon around each plum and secure with a toothpick. When guests arrive, just pop the prunes in a hot oven and bake until the bacon’s cooked and crispy, the plums hot all the way through. Feel free to experiment, for instance stuff the prunes with blue cheese or toasted walnuts before wrapping.