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Bacon + Mayonnaise = Baconnaise (And Heart Disease!)

Hey! It’s another bacon-flavored product! I know, I know, after bacon art, bacon candy, bacon bras, bacon mints, bacon suits, and bacon band-aids you probably thought the market for bacon-related goods was saturated. Well, apparently bacon is the only product that is not affected by the current global economic crisis because we’ve got one more bacon-based thing for you to buy. From the guys who brought you Bacon Salt now comes Baconnaise. Yes, it’s bacon-flavored mayonnaise.

If there’s one complaint everyone has with bacon, it’s that it’s always been very hard to spread on bread or eat with a spoon. Well, now, that’s not a problem, because Baconnaise…I think you can figure it out. Try this recipe and then call your morgue.

Creamy Bacon-Mashed Potatoes

* 2 lbs red or new potatoes, peel if desired
* 1 cup Baconnaise â„¢
* ½ cup grated parmesan cheese
* ½ cup finely chopped red onion (optional)
* Bacon Salt (or regular salt if not available)

Quarter potatoes and add to boiling water. Reduce heat to medium and simmer until potatoes are tender. Drain and add remaining ingredients, add Bacon Salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste.

10 Responses to "Bacon + Mayonnaise = Baconnaise (And Heart Disease!)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    It has no artificial flavoring.

  2. Koufax says:

    Ugggh. No way this doesn’t have artificial flavoring.

    This is kinda like the USDA developing their BEEFANOL:

  3. Pratik says:

    It’s okay to shut down hospitals and schools for lack of funding, but it’s a good thing the bacon/mayonnaise hybrid market is apparently thriving.

  4. Tyler says:

    I love how the healthiest ingredient (onion) is optional.

  5. And Diet Coke with Bacon

  6. Bellesouth says:

    Oh my gosh. It’s like – it’s like – like – wow. Incredible.

    I am at a loss for words.

  7. Bellesouth says:

    By the way, I also love that there’s a “lite” version.

  8. Seth says:

    Sweet jesus…. the greatest invention… ever.

  9. Dan says:

    you forgot bacon salt too! http://www.baconsalt.com