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Skillet Street Food Bacon Spread - Original Flavor, 10.5 oz.
It all started with the original flavor bacon spread. A tasty blend of bacon, onion, brown sugar, balsamic and spices. Try it on a burger, with a baked potato, on grilled cheese sammy, and even as a base for vinaigrette.
Skillet Street Food Bacon Spread - Fennel and Black Pepper, 10.5 oz. Jar
A slightly more savory bacon spread with a clear aromatic fennel and black pepper overtone. Delicious with roasted vegetables, pasta, seafood or grilled paninis.
Ingredients: Smoked Bacon (pork, water, salt, sugar, sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrate, smoke), Onion, Apple Cider Vinegar 50 Grain (juice from apples, water) Dark Brown Sugar (sugar, invert sugar, cane molasses), Lemon Juice, Fennel, Black Pepper, Salt, Soy Lecithin, Citrus Four, Granulated Garlic, Pectin.
Calories from Fat:
7g ~ 10% Daily Value
2.5g ~ 12% Daily Value
10mg ~ 3% Daily Value
250 mg ~ 10% Daily Value
3g ~ 1% Daily Value
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Skillet Food Products
In 2007, Chef Josh Henderson created Skillet Street Food in Seattle, one of the first food experiences of what has since become a prototype for the national street food movement that has swept the country. Out of a vintage Airstream trailer, he created innovative lunch menus based on American-inspired food prepared with classic technique and seasonal ingredients. The reception from Seattle-ites was immediate and passionate. They were drawn to the chef driven food, the excitement of being a part of a new, energetic, urban experience, and to the intimate involvement through the use of social media channels that intensified the connection with the Skillet brand.
Since then, the business has grown up. Josh is still creating great menus served throughout the streets of Seattle from the Airstream. But Skillet is now much more than that. It is a thriving catering enterprise, supporting weddings, private parties, and corporate events throughout the Pacific Northwest. It is a food products business, distributing its signature Bacon Jam product through retailers across the US and Canada. And, in the Spring of 2011, it will become a brick-and-mortar restaurant located in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
The original street food business has become a brand but has not strayed from its roots. The thread is still there: great food prepared with care, technique and the best of ingredients; an innovative experience that consistently surprises and satisfies; and a feeling of being personally connected to Skillet, in all its manifestations. We see this as our mission - to continue to deliver on these themes and to continue to find new channels though which we can expand the brand and the family of loyal Skillet customers.
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