Saturday, July 21st, 2007

My savior has arrived…

And its name is BACON SALT.

I met with Dave, one of the geniuses behind Bacon Salt, a few weeks ago to try out the product. I was leery because of my past experience with Bacon Spray, but this stuff is the real deal. Completely tastes like bacon. And it’s fantastic on fries. And chicken. And maybe even licked straight out of the container.

The only thing to remember is that this is indeed salt, and unlike other things (i.e. bacon), you actually CAN have too much salt. So use it judiciously. But use it often.

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30 Responses to “My savior has arrived…”

  1. Mosley says:

    OMG YOUR BACK! Lets hope you stay for awhile! Can you toss me on your blogroll?

  2. Mike says:

    That sounds like something to add to the Snack-O-Matic:



  3. i love bacon more than i love daisies in the sunshine. bacon makes my world go round. on my mantel i have a picture of the virgin mary, a glass of wine a dollar bill and a strip of bacon. bacon is way better than any other breakfast meat. and what about turkey bacon you ask? well turkey bacon is regular bacon’s bitch. thats just the way it be.

    : )

  4. Mega Munch says:

    Here, here! (Or is it “Hear, hear!”) In either case, I agree. I bought 12 bottles of this stuff and it rocks.

  5. It’s great to see your back in the blogosphere. You were missed!

  6. Aaron Tucker says:

    Holy cow I was googling for a heart made of bacon and found I Heart Bacon! I was about to go get http://www.iheartbaconsalt.com to point to my BaconSalt blog! haha! I have been BaconSalting everything in the last 48 hours.

  7. ryan says:

    i love bacon, i love pork, run little piggy cus i got a fork.

    love you all peace out bluds

  8. I will have to look out for this on my next shopping trip. Bacon flavored fries…mmmm

  9. Oh MY! as a fellow bacon lover (found the glories of cooking with bacon ends years ago) bacon salt sounds divine indeed *adds to shopping list!

  10. tamiko says:

    I saw this and thought of you! Now… if only he sold his tasty goodness in Seattle. And had bacon salt, too.


  11. E Flo says:

    Ah! I love your site.
    I wish that you updated more often!

  12. Are u there? Still blogging? We are having a food blogger dinner on Dec 4. If you want to be invited please email me at: Kerenlovestocook@gmail.com

  13. Are u there? Still blogging? Is there a pulse?
    A bunch of Seattle food bloggers are meeting for dinner , dec 4.
    Would you like me to send you the invite?
    Savvy Savorer A.K.A Frantic Foodie

  14. steve says:

    at face value it sounds like it could promote peqce in the middle east, but look carefully. it’s kosher AND vegitarian. it may be the antichrist.

  15. Todd says:

    Here are a couple bacon products to try
    Made in California’s all Natural Smoky Bacon Flavored Pasta Sauce
    Made in California’s Smoky Barbecue Sauce with Real Bacon

  16. Jason Myers says:

    Linked from the PlayStation news site. o_o
    Wow. Sony has a sense of humor. :)

    Awesome news, though. I had no idea this stuff existed. o_O

  17. InnerNinja says:

    oh my i think we’ve finally made it to the promised land, or else bacon salt is the 3rd sign of the apocalypse. i’m leaning (drooling, actually) towards the former.

    perhaps the idea of bacon salt is offensive to some, though. consider how this ninja pig would feel knowing you cooked up his assassin juices.

    And one final link for all you chefs needing proper attire. click on my name for some harmless fun.

  18. kasia says:

    Alas, it seems you haven’t updated in awhile… I just started a blog about bacon.
    But wow, your blog is great.

  19. Melissa says:

    Hey Seattle bacon-lover! You should try the Kobe burger at Skillet—it’s topped with BACON JAM and it is amazing.


  20. Kyrsten Bean says:


    My name is Kyrsten Bean and I work at Seal Press. I came across your blog while I was doing research for our book Sex and Bacon: Why I Love Things That Are Very, Very Bad For Me (Seal Press / May 2008) by Sarah Katherine Lewis. I noticed that you are interested in bacon. Lewis is a Seattle Local and doing an event at Elliot Bay Books in Seattle on May 10th at 7:30pm and I thought you & your readers would be interested in attending.

    This book is Lewis’ homage to a hunger for food and for sex and other experiences that can end up being “very, very bad for you� especially because they feel so good. We really want to reach out to the fans of bacon and let them know about this unique, hilarious reading. We’d love to send you an advanced readers copy to preview, and/or giveaway on your blog or to your community, and please let us know if there is any way we can work with you since we both are so passionate about Sex and Bacon.

    Feel free to contact us for more information! We love your site!

    Kyrsten Bean
    Seal Press

  21. Kyrsten Bean says:

    Sorry, I left you the wrong email address – the second post has the correct one!

  22. Still looking for bacon salt? We’re selling it this weekend – discounted. Deal runs out at midnight Sunday. onegoodie.com!

  23. Aaron says:

    Love this blog. I love bacon.I believe bacon (or chocolate) can improve any food.


  24. Jude says:

    Dear God…I must have this!

  25. Connie says:

    I like J&D Bacon salt but i have another choice it is Stephanie’s Salt Seasonings, it is all natural and all purpose. It has no fillers, caking agents, sugar or MSG. It is Available in Kosher Salt, Sea Salt, Lite (low sodium) Salt and Salt Substitute (no salt). And it tastes great on everything! Here is the website-
    Try it, today!

  26. Are u there? Still blogging? Glad your are back also great blog.

  27. I’ve always been a fan onion salt….but now finding out about bacon salt. I am simply intrigued I must find this!

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