If, like me, you write a fabulous blog that everyone loves wildly, you’ve probably registered that blog on the blog aggregator Zimbio. Because Zimbio is a great tool for promoting individual stories on your blog, and everybody wants to get as much love as possible, am I right? Well, just this morning I decided I was fed up with Zimbio not having a Bacon Wiki on which to post my many Bacon Thing of The Day posts, so I created my own Bacon Wikizine: For Devotees of Bacon – aka “Meat Candy” – In All Of Its Forms! To all of you rabid bacon bloggers out there, please feel free to contribute content to my Bacon Wiki and by all means spread the word!
Update: Since Zimbio Has Gone Offline, I’m Afraid the Bacon Wikizine has as Well!
When I was in San Francisco for Barmitzvahpalooza back in February, we dined one evening at restaurant where they served a dessert topped with something called Bacon Brittle. You can’t even imagine how delicious this stuff was: all maple and bacon candy goodness. Yum Central. Now you can recreate the joyous taste of Bacon Brittle from fine San Francisco restaurants without ever having to leave your home, in the form of Baconpops, which I discovered on the Internet just this morning! According to the site, “Each pop is handmade with Vermont maple and honest to goodness real, Organic Thick Cut Hearty Bacon. We make each batch to order, because when it comes to Bacon, there’s a certain amount of awe and reverence one must include when creating a confection worthy of Bacon lovers worldwide. Baconpops aren’t mass-produced, they’re made by Bacon enthusiasts!” Sounds good to me! Baconpops can be ordered in bulk directly from the website, or individually from Lollyphile at This Link.
Yes, it exists.
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