shuiheart


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Bacon Jam! We love the stuff!

Although, now that I read the ingredients, I have to wonder if it isn't the same as the jar I bought off the truck.

What's with the nitrates? Is this a "mass produced" version?

cfrick


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So good cook in Fried Rice!!!!!

easleyml


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Momma, why do we always have ham at Easter?
'Cause nothin' says love better than a cured pork product babay!

mschauber


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wootchawant wrote:ah, but cinnamon is truly good in just about anything... <;)



And healthy for you!

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Hey you, out there in the cold; Getting lonely, getting old; Can you feel me? - Pink Floyd/Roger Waters
My CT

novastarj


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Ah screw it I can't resist. And I have a coupon that expires next week anyway that I oughta use.

mrsly69


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What Tiny Flowers... The skillet web site sell 10.5 ounce jars, these are 7.5 ounce jars. It went from a really good deal to an OK deal. It isn't woot worthy for price cut, IMHO.

sailsagain


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Nate650 wrote:For me, the presence of sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, and sodium nitrate takes it out of the "gourmet" category. Apparently wine.woot offers both gourmet and non-gourmet items.



Well, for me, the presence of sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, and sodium nitrate puts it IN the "gourmet" category. You say poe-tay-toe, and I say poe-tah-toe.

novastarj


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mrsly69 wrote:What Tiny Flowers... The skillet web site sell 10.5 ounce jars, these are 7.5 ounce jars. It went from a really good deal to an OK deal. It isn't woot worthy for price cut, IMHO.



Not that this helps, but it's 7 oz., not 7.5 oz.

thekla


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PoodleGravy wrote:With all the added sodium, phosphate, and nitrates plus soy lecithin is all I need to know to stay far away.



hello? it's BACON duh

bsevern


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novastarj wrote:Ah screw it I can't resist. And I have a coupon that expires next week anyway that I oughta use.



Ahhhhh.....I almost forgot bout my bday coupon....let's see what awesome red wine awaits us!

inkycatz


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novastarj wrote:Ah screw it I can't resist. And I have a coupon that expires next week anyway that I oughta use.



That's the spirit! Happy noms!

I'm just hanging out, really.

zuiquan


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wootchawant wrote:ah, but cinnamon is truly good in just about anything... <;)

Especially if it's Penzeys Vietnamese Extra Fancy. It's really amazing.

thekla


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sailsagain wrote:Well, for me, the presence of sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, and sodium nitrate puts it IN the "gourmet" category. You say poe-tay-toe, and I say poe-tah-toe.



amen, sista, (or brotha) as it were

thekla


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zuiquan wrote:Especially if it's Penzeys Vietnamese Extra Fancy. It's really amazing.



OK - I like my cinnamon, but with bacon? maybe not.

easleyml


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thekla wrote:OK - I like my cinnamon, but with bacon? maybe not.



It's very good. Sprinkle it on the bacon while it's cooking...yummmmm!

wootchawant


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thekla wrote:OK - I like my cinnamon, but with bacon? maybe not.



interesting that you should say that--if you like sweet and salty combos, try sprinkling cinnamon sugar on your bacon while you cook it up; it's quite nice.

so wootchawootchawootchawant?! you're so funny with that money that you flaunt...

eluofthenine


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will someone just go in for 5 already so we can move on?

zechs77


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I got this from the GF for christmas, and although it's strange using spreadable meat- I have to admit there's something undeniably delicious about this on top of a lightly toasted English muffin.

Not in for one- a little bit goes a LONG way with smoky, cured bacon spread.

aphroat


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zuiquan wrote:If I wanted to eat something that tastes like licorice I would eat some licorice.
/rant



Amen.

enville


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umm, anyone reading this? Any word on when these might get shipped? I know there was a woot-off, but I haven't gotten any word on this shipping or not or anything.

I need my bacon.

jamiebritt


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I was just going to ask the same thing… Items generally ship within a few days and it's been 2 weeks.

blaculadave


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jamiebritt wrote:I was just going to ask the same thing… Items generally ship within a few days and it's been 2 weeks.



Keep in mind, with Wine.Woot...orders take about 2-3 weeks to receive. Bacon Spread may not be wine, but it's still sent out by the Wineries, so it still takes a little longer than a typical Woot item to receive.

http://wine.woot.com/WhatIsWoot.aspx#qw14

enville


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blaculadave wrote:Keep in mind, with Wine.Woot...orders take about 2-3 weeks to receive. Bacon Spread may not be wine, but it's still sent out by the Wineries, so it still takes a little longer than a typical Woot item to receive.

http://wine.woot.com/WhatIsWoot.aspx#qw14



thanks for keeping us up to date, but I guess that means no bacon spread for easter dinner

I was hoping to save a little time on the fried banana/peanut butter/bacon sandwiches to spend time with the kids

novastarj


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Just got the tracking e-mail, but not in the FedEx system yet.

Hurry, I need my bacon spread!

tracynoreen


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disappointed to find that the expiration date on these is for June. They only arrived last week, so they are ONLY edible for 8 weeks. Wish I hadn't bought 2 orders worth and that the fact that they expire in JUNE 2012 was listed on the information page.

The product is nice, but I feel really let down that they don't have a long shelf life at all!

novastarj


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tracynoreen wrote:disappointed to find that the expiration date on these is for June. They only arrived last week, so they are ONLY edible for 8 weeks. Wish I hadn't bought 2 orders worth and that the fact that they expire in JUNE 2012 was listed on the information page.

The product is nice, but I feel really let down that they don't have a long shelf life at all!



True, but if you have any left in June I'll be surprised. I've been putting it on basically every sandwich I make, and it always makes things tastier.

This morning, on a whim, I put the spread on a bagel with cream cheese on the other half. Sounds disgusting, right? Nope, it totally works! This stuff is so versatile.