Don't ask how it got here, but I have a copy of Paula Deen's Holiday Baking magazine.
I think I purchased it because the front cover scared the shit out of me with her photoshopped eyeballs, or Mr. did to send the subliminal message to BakeMoahCookiezPlz. (I'm not. None. Not at all. If Santa gets any cookies, they are to be purchased That. Day. at the bakery.)
Is please to gaze into the spherical blueness. "You are getting hypgglycemic..."
I flipped through the magazine to see all the goodies I won't be making, and I saw Bacon Salt! I was like, "Hey! Look! They have made it to the big time! Paula Deen Is Pimping Bacon Salt!"
We shoulda brought it to NY and had a little bacon-festivity during the OH conference, is that so wrong? Can you imagine the smell in this place? Baconfest!
We all remember our first taste of bacon. Maybe it wasn’t perfect:
maybe the bacon was cold; maybe there was congealed bacon grease
clinging to the rasher. But we remember it, because it opened the door
to a lifetime of bacon memories. It was that first crispy step on the
path to a bacony life. It set the bar for every slab and slice and hunk
of sweet cured pork that was to follow.
Baconfest Chicago is in the business of creating new bacon memories.
To that end, we find it convenient to list our beliefs about bacon so
that you may discern whether the bacon memories we offer are the ones
you’ll want lodged in your head.
"...the reverse pig in a blanket (pictured above) consisted of buttermilk biscuit dough mixed with bacon bits, all wrapped in bacon and then griddled."
A man was detained at a local grocery store after employees noted
that he was walking around the store "looking suspicious." They then
saw him concealing a 48-ounce package of bacon in the front of his
When he was stopped by employees, the 22-year-old Fort Walton Beach
man ran to the back of the store and dumped the bacon, according to his
He was charged with retail theft and resisting property recovery by a retail merchant.