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Skillet Street Food Bacon Spread

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Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
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fatdragon


quality posts: 6 Private Messages fatdragon

This sounds delicious, especially since there's a lot of other good stuff in it, but I can't help wondering how close we are to cultural rock bottom when we're spreading bacon with a knife.

Cesare


quality posts: 1618 Private Messages Cesare

Skillet Street Food Bacon Spread
$18.99 (Normally $28.00) 32% off List Price

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“In the entire world there are only a few sounds that bring joy to all but the most jaded. One is the murmur of a kitten purring. Another is the thwack of a well-pitched baseball hitting a perfectly swung bat. And the third is the pop of a cork being pulled from a bottle of wine.” —George Taber

wootvan


quality posts: 62 Private Messages wootvan

Also useful if you're making a horror movie and need props.

demon00689


quality posts: 10 Private Messages demon00689

So, do we get 1 jar of each? Since, there no way to choose a variety?

bpr2


quality posts: 181 Private Messages bpr2

Advertisement for the item

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtcwZYWYqoQ

that was fun while it lasted!

spikepig


quality posts: 2 Private Messages spikepig

Dear sweet lord...I need input...Is this stuff any good?

bpr2


quality posts: 181 Private Messages bpr2
spikepig wrote:Dear sweet lord...I need input...Is this stuff any good?



Here is a cooking video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=d9eS75UUEjI

that was fun while it lasted!

cvnoll


quality posts: 3 Private Messages cvnoll

My eyes say "bacon glop?" but my stomach says "BACON GLOP!" Anyone tried this stuff?

mmmata


quality posts: 9 Private Messages mmmata

What do you spread this on?! Bread, pancakes, waffles? Can you use it as a wet dry rub for bbq? What recipies are best?

Maybe elvis would of loved this...two slices of bread, bananas, peanut butter and then grilled in butter! I think i figured this stuff out!!

zener


quality posts: 22 Private Messages zener

BLT with bacon spread mmmmm

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 565 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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demon00689 wrote:So, do we get 1 jar of each? Since, there no way to choose a variety?

Yep. I went through the order process and you get both tubs. I'm asking them to add an "In the box" section to make that more clear.

Sorry for the inconvenience.



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kalira


quality posts: 7 Private Messages kalira

Hmm... may taste awesome for all I know, but it sure looks a little too much like earwax for my stomach to accept.

bigfrank


quality posts: 10 Private Messages bigfrank

If you love baccon and still have a good heart, Look at this site. www.baconfreak.com Just so you know there bacon is smoke curied not water curied so it has a strong flavor and does not shrink

join me in the hot tub at www.bigfrankshottub.com

uojfe


quality posts: 3 Private Messages uojfe

If you don't like the taste you can always make tallow candles.

CowboyDann


quality posts: 716 Private Messages CowboyDann

Woot are you just rubbing this in for all those poor saps that missed out on a woot skillet?

It sounds so good, I shouldn't but I might be in for one.

gina3graces


quality posts: 41 Private Messages gina3graces
cvnoll wrote:My eyes say "bacon glop?" but my stomach says "BACON GLOP!" Anyone tried this stuff?



Made me giggle. Glop. Funny word. Go ahead and say it. Glop. Bacon Glop. More giggles.

mariusdarkwolf


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mariusdarkwolf

Here's a staff question, I know most wine woot stuff doesn't ship to Oklahoma, but does this? If so....

cryfordawn


quality posts: 1 Private Messages cryfordawn

I've been buying this stuff off and on for a couple years (it used to be called Bacon Jam then). It's pretty damn tasty, works mostly as a condiment really. I spoon some on the top of burgers on the grill near the end of cooking or sometimes on steak.

Reclaimer456


quality posts: 2 Private Messages Reclaimer456

How long will this stay good after opening? Bacon spread might get daily use in some houses, but I don't think mine is one of them.

bluejester


quality posts: 564 Private Messages bluejester

When I saw this, immediately I knew the perfect song to go with this product:

Rub Some Bacon On It

thepictsie


quality posts: 0 Private Messages thepictsie
cvnoll wrote:My eyes say "bacon glop?" but my stomach says "BACON GLOP!" Anyone tried this stuff?



Yep, at Skillet (originally a street food truck, well, trailer, then a diner as well). They call it "bacon jam" on the menu. It's tasty stuff.

Mind you, I might be biased. Henderson, the chef-owner, was one of my instructors in culinary school. Not a good teacher, but his food is pretty damn good. Skillet is quite a sensation in Seattle.

wqu2006


quality posts: 2 Private Messages wqu2006
mariusdarkwolf wrote:Here's a staff question, I know most wine woot stuff doesn't ship to Oklahoma, but does this? If so....




If it's not wine it ships to Oklahoma =)

And in for 2!

nansea53


quality posts: 4 Private Messages nansea53

In one word... Orgasmic!

That's how I would describe it.

Besides using it as a sandwich spread, on hamburgers, and toasted cheese, add a spoonful on top of your grilled steak, Yum! Not to mention, blending some into your scrambled eggs, Wow!
Try some, you will not be disappointed.

gina3graces


quality posts: 41 Private Messages gina3graces
nansea53 wrote:In one word... Orgasmic!

That's how I would describe it.

Besides using it as a sandwich spread, on hamburgers, and toasted cheese, add a spoonful on top of your grilled steak, Yum! Not to mention, blending some into your scrambled eggs, Wow!
Try some, you will not be disappointed.



Okay, you sold me. The Bacon Glop I buy. I will spread the Bacon Glop. I will put it in my tummy. I want yummy.

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 565 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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mariusdarkwolf wrote:Here's a staff question, I know most wine woot stuff doesn't ship to Oklahoma, but does this? If so....

You are good to order. No restrictions on food. Buy 3!



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pagefaulty


quality posts: 3 Private Messages pagefaulty
cryfordawn wrote:I've been buying this stuff off and on for a couple years (it used to be called Bacon Jam then). It's pretty damn tasty, works mostly as a condiment really. I spoon some on the top of burgers on the grill near the end of cooking or sometimes on steak.



Agreed - I actually had Skillet for lunch today, yum!

I've only had the original flavor, which is sweeter than you might expect - it really puts the jam in "bacon jam". Great as a condiment, I like to throw a spoonful in when I sautee green beans. It's also super tasty on a grilled cheese sandwich.

I'm looking forward to trying the "more savory" fennel/pepper flavor.

bluejester


quality posts: 564 Private Messages bluejester

I hope this stuff lasts the night. My next paycheck doesn't deposit until tomorrow, but I'm seriously thinking of nabbing some of these when the check clears.

mayaagni


quality posts: 1 Private Messages mayaagni
Reclaimer456 wrote:How long will this stay good after opening? Bacon spread might get daily use in some houses, but I don't think mine is one of them.



I was wondering the same thing. Also, how long can it be expected to last if I didn't open it? I'm planning on going away for two months this summer and I'll probably wait until after my trip to open these.

paxhcndria


quality posts: 3 Private Messages paxhcndria

I didn't go through the rest of the posts to see if anyone else has actual experience with this.

This bacon spread is absolutely fantastic, I have ordered it straight from them several times. I wish it was available local. I can't comment on how long it will last after opening personally because it gets finished pretty quick but i have given this as a gift before and they have had it for several months (they dont use it like most people i know do) and its still good/delicious.

***when i originally started ordering this it was called Bacon Jam.

New Name, Same Great Taste.

Momster


quality posts: 9 Private Messages Momster

Would this last, unopened, until November? Bacon Basted Turkey...

guest11111


quality posts: 1 Private Messages guest11111

According to their website: "They are all shelf stable and each have a freshness date on the label that we recommend you use or freeze by."

Looks like I'm in since I can always freeze one for later, but it would be nice to know what date is on these.

catdad


quality posts: 0 Private Messages catdad

A friend recommended this stuff to me just a couple days ago. Weird coincidence. I'm going to try it.

queenangelfish


quality posts: 3 Private Messages queenangelfish

I wish they had an option to order the flavor that you want. I would order 2 of the original, but I don't like the taste of fennel nor pepper, so that kills the deal for me.

Options like this would be nice on the order page:
2 original
2 fennel/pepper
1 of each

Itwdswafo


quality posts: 7 Private Messages Itwdswafo

350mg of Sodium for 1oz serving size!? o_O It's like a salt lick, for large animals!

CowboyDann


quality posts: 716 Private Messages CowboyDann
Itwdswafo wrote:350mg of Sodium for 1oz serving size!? o_O It's like a salt lick, for large animals!



If that's not a good selling point I don't know what is.

fruithead


quality posts: 1 Private Messages fruithead

yes, but is it kosher?

diburning


quality posts: 5 Private Messages diburning
fruithead wrote:yes, but is it kosher?



About as kosher as regular old bacon.

Will this work with my Mac?

Dang it, my jumbowoot coupon expired yesterday.

At least I have all day to decide whether I want to commit suicide through heart attack from spreadable bacon.

mylilchatterbox


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mylilchatterbox
bigfrank wrote:If you love baccon and still have a good heart, Look at this site. www.baconfreak.com Just so you know there bacon is smoke curied not water curied so it has a strong flavor and does not shrink



thanks for sharing the site!

mylilchatterbox


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mylilchatterbox
bigfrank wrote:If you love baccon and still have a good heart, Look at this site. www.baconfreak.com Just so you know there bacon is smoke curied not water curied so it has a strong flavor and does not shrink



awesome site! thanks for sharing it, just wish i had more time to order things before father's day!