“Epicmealtime’ and ‘J&D Foods’ have collaborated to create the ultimate bacon flavored spread. ‘J&D Foods’ are no strangers to bacon products and are the creators of bacon salt and Baconnaise. We here at the Mad Meat Genius camp are fans of Baconnaise. We felt obligated and curious to give this new product a try. Epicmeatime has a philosophy that is refreshing and honest. This statement by Epicmeatime may shock some of the correctness police: “In a time when society has put an emphasis on health and diet, we are the ones that have chosen to rebel. We cook the greasiest of grease, the sloppiest of slop and always leave room for more bacon.”
The top of the jar is removed and a pleasant mayonnaise odor greets your sinus receptors. I smell a faint odor of smoke. A finger (clean) is dipped into the test jar and placed into my awaiting open kisser. The texture is smooth and melts with flavored mayonnaise comfort. Here is the million dollar question. Does it taste like bacon? The answer is; Yes. It is a subtle flavor that does not overpower. The slight smoky component is a treat to the tongue. This is quality mayonnaise that has been kissed with glorious bacon flavor. I can think of endless food applications for this spread.
A Chilebrown favorite, bacon avocado sandwich will be our test vehicle for our spread. Some bacon from Freedom Meat Lockers will take a trip to the black iron for our sandwich. The bacon flavored spread was mixed with mashed avocado. A jalapeno roll will cradle our bacon flavored filling. This sandwich was a creamy, bacon crunchy, satisfying treat. Was it overkill using so many bacon flavors? I say, absolutely not. I may not agree entirely with Epicmeatime’s statement but this is some darn tootin good bacon flavored spread.
I read somewhere recently that if you mix mayo with ground beef, it makes very moist hamburger patties, even though the mayo cooks out during the frying. You might try adding some of that bacon spread, or Baconaise, to your next burger as an experiment...
Bacon to the max! I am still puzzled by the avocados. Do they really taste like bacon or is it just another marketing thang?
Zoomie, I will keep that in mind.I have put mayonnaise on top of baked salmon to keep in moisture. This stuff is too good for an experiment right now.
Greg, There really is a bacon avocado. I have to admit I actually used a Hass for the sandwich. The bacon avocado will be a story for another day.
I hate that it's called "spread." How is it different from Baconnaise?
And of course, I'm intrigued.
Zoomie, they *say* the mayo cooks out, but I doubt it really does.
cookiecrumb, It has been a while since I have had the baconnaise. I remember it being thicker and possibly a little lighter in the flavor department. They are similar products made both by J&D Foods.
The pig is a very versitle animal. I lost count of the ways I would use this spread. I would see some deviled eggs in my future...
Three Dogs BBQ,Deviled eggs sounds yummy. I took a dollop and used it as a salad dressing last night.
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