Chilebrown at home

Monday, May 26, 2008


Jeeze Louise, I may have been a little harsh on the score of Bacon Jam. I originally gave it a 2.5 stars out of 5. I think it should not be called a Jam. When you see the label of a jam you have expectations of something sweet. This product has some savory sweetness. It does not deliver in the category of something to put on your toast. It does have qualities to deliver to Meat. That is why I am giving this a second review. Today, I am trying this product with a Buffalo Hamburger. I am going to put it on a homemade English Muffin and top it off with a slice of cheese.

The grill has been fired with Mesquite charcoal. The muffin is in the toaster oven. The burger will be cooked medium. The burger will be flipped after 5 minutes or so and the cheese will be added. Here is the test. I am going to spread Bacon Jam on both halves of the English Muffin while it is still warm. The burger will add some heat to melt the Bacon Jam. There will be a hunk of lettuce added during serving. I am hoping for the best.

The burger is off the grill, the cheese is melted, and the Bacon Jam is melting over the English Muffin. I take a bite. I take another bite. I can taste the Bacon Jam. It is a accompaniment that is welcome. It is a little sweet like a relish should be. It has the bacon flavor that we all Love. It is not overpowering. I think it is a hit. The rating will be raised to 3.5 stars out of 5. I think the original score was low because of the wrong labeling of Bacon Jam.

1 comment:

meathenge said...

Dang, I wish I'd tried it on a cheeseburger.

I think if I was going to review it, and I still can, if I want to. I'd give the Bacon Chutney a 4 out of 5. While it caused me to recoil and spin around on the floor acting like Dr. Zoidberg, the inventor knows exactly what they're doing. The execution was excellent, everything came together as it should, for bacon jam. I think if I had a dream of making bacon jam, this would be it. It's still too much for me and I will be running at full steam in the other direction, but they did it right.

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