Is this the greatest invention since sliced bread? Well, for meat eaters, perhaps. The Wake N’ Bacon is an alarm clock that ‘wakes you up with the smell of cooking bacon instead of a buzzer’. Yes, that’s right: ‘The aroma wakes you up, then you can open the oven component and eat the bacon itself’. Brilliant! Now, if it could only perculate a pot of coffee too.
Food Porn. This beautifully shot and designed ‘how to’ video teaches you how to make bacon wrapped eggs and is sure to entice just about anyone with its bacony goodness. Check out more from the creators, Recipe Cards.
What will they stink of next? A chain of supermarkets in Brooklyn and Staten Island have began a radical experiment to pump the aromas of Lindt Chocolate and Smoky Bacon, among other flavours, into the air as a way to encourage mouth buds to start watering. And it seems to be working. Fruit sales are […]
Bacon candy was one thing. Bacon cologne was pushing it. And now there is this: bacon soap. Yup, from ThinkGeek comes this new soap that is not only marbled to look like real bacon but made to smell like it too. Just like that first whiff of salty, greasy bacon cooking in the morning, lathering […]
What the pork? Has the infatuation with bacon gone too far? Yes, and yes. Though there will be some who will be into this scent from Fargginay, which combines eleven essential oils, flowers, herbs, with the essence of bacon.
Bacon, bacon, everywhere bacon. Following on from the trend to incorporate swine into every food and drink product imaginable, comes this, Bacon Strips Adhesive Bandages: ‘wiggly-cut, adhesive bandages that look like strips of bacon’. Good. Now go cover up that nick.
Oh, is nothing sacred? Evidently not: in the aftermath of bacon chocolate and bacon gumballs, Jones Soda company have now released a limited run of bacon flavored soda. For $9.95, you can purchase a gift pack of two bottles of soda with bacon popcorn and bacon gravy. Fine swine! Right?
It’s breakfast time! Ready to sit down to a plate of satisfying bacon and eggs flavoured Roe? Well, perhaps that’s what your palette can believe it’s doing when savoring California Cavier Company’s newest addition to their expanding line of infused caviar.
The foodie mania over bacon is nothing new. We’ve seen bacon popcorn, bacon chocolate, bacon doughnuts, even bacon-topped cupcakes. But Tara Simon (aka The Bacon Vixen) has taken the craze to a whole new level of sinful indulgence over at her Los Angeles-based outfit, The Sticky Pig. Her product? Candied bacon: truffle-sized mouthfuls of sweet and salty deliciousness that come in flavors like orange ginger, maple cinnamon, coconut curry lime, and apple pecan dulce de leche. Drooling yet?
Chocolate chip pancakes, bacon, and syrup: the perfect lazy weekend breakfast. The combination of creamy morsels of sweet chocolate mixed with salty, fatty bacon topped off with sticky syrup is seriously outrageous and surprisingly addictive. And now, thanks to the cheeky folks at Vosges Haut Chocolat, you can indulge in this scrumptious delight all week long.
Bring on the trumpets! Bacon Gumballs are here. Each tin contains twenty-two bacon flavored gumballs. With the weird taste of smoked pork in your mouth, you can now make piggy bubbles and give greasier kisses. Ready for this culinary adventure?
You know, a lot of people look at a latticed sheet of bacon with ground pork rolled up inside of it as an unnecessarily extreme indulgence, sure to cause an instantaneous heart attack, but I look at that slab of protein and fat as — I’ll say it — health food. Ok, bear with me, please. I just read the book Good Calories, Bad Calories: Fats, Carbs, and the Controversial Science of Diet and Health by Gary Taubes. I know it sounds like a crazy fad diet book due to its unfortunate title, but it’s actually an obsessively researched tome that documents the history of the nutrition debates between doctors and scientists, and how the ‘fat is bad’ hypothesis won out more for political reasons than for hard scientific and medical reasons. Citing dozens of studies and dissenting researchers from the past century of medicine as well as describing clearly the physiology and science behind their claims, Taubes asserts that the increased consumption of refined carbohydrates such as bleached white flour and high fructose corn syrup are the real culprits behind the epidemic of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer.
It’s a fight: Mr Bacon vs Mr Tofu. Who will remain at the top of the foodchain? If you’re a toy freak, this will go nicely on the desk alongside your Berbrick, Kaws and Macbook Pro. Yup, it’s never too early to start planning Christmas gifts.
Have a bit of the macabre for breakfast and your mornings will never be the same. Eat death with a side of bacon, and if you survive, nothing will faze you afterwards. Cranky boss? Psshh I ate death for breakfast. And I went back for seconds. To use this wonderful contraption, just crack open two eggs into the rings and enjoy!