Um...i know bacon is being infused into all sorts of products these days. One of the more creative uses in mass pop culinary culture recently was Denny's restaurant rolling out their "Maple Bacon Sundae." I took a pass on that one. I saw this "Baconnaise" in the supermarket the other day. Looking at the ingredient label, I didn't see any evidence of actual bacon in the product (just soy and bacon flavoring). I guess this might be good on a sandwich? Seems kind of expensive. Has anyone tried "Baconnaise" before? If so, how would you use>?
Just smear your bread with a little drippings.
Wasn't there something similar a while back called Dijonnaise that was dijon mustard and mayo? I think that would be better than this. I'll just add a slice or two of bacon to what ever I'm having, thanks just the same.
And, I have to agree with you....it does seem pretty expensive.
My son is "obsessed" with anything bacon. There is a store in the Wallingford area of Seattle called McPhee's that has an entire section devoted to nothing but bacon. Bacon toothpicks being my son's fave item. If he could find this item, I can almost guarantee he'd get it. Me? I'll pass. Now, if you're talking Vegemite. Then, I'm all over it! YUM YUM YUM. Yes, it is an acquired taste. Its black and it smells disgusting upon opening it, but, once you get past that and the taste, you'll be hooked. *L*
It would be good on a BLT and maybe in potato salad, but other than that.....?