Bacon that cooks in a toaster: genius. Bacon that cooks in a trashcan: gross. But all in all still a pretty good idea.
Reddi-Bacon (1964) was precooked and there was very little extra fat involved when the foil packets were heated. However, there was occasional slight leaking from torn or damaged foil packages, and that undoubtably caused some smoking and ruined toasters. The problems with the packaging was vexing enough to the company that Reddi-Bacon never really made it out of test markets before the product was pulled from the market.
Wait a minute -- if it's already precooked you don't even have to toast it. Just tear open the foil and dig in! You know, maybe the world wasn't "reddi" for toaster bacon in 1964, but we sure are now! Also, flying cars and a real Jurassic Park.
Strange Products from the Past [davescupboard]
Thanks to Shenanigans and MalfunctionX, who both question why this isn't still around. Two words, guys: Pop-Tart conspiracy.
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Neil Caldwell has developed a way to dye bacon so it looks like a unicorn just threw up next to your pancakes. Unfortunately, he won't say how it's done. But from the look of things it involves unholy amounts of peen-shrinking Yellow #5. Love that stuff. The doctor said if ... / Continue →
Who's Your Daddy (that's easy, I am) Real Bacon Homemade Potato Chips ($5) are exactly what they sound like: deliciousness incarnate. Bet you can't eat just one (bag) you glutton you.
We start with the best quality potatoes and add a proprietary blend of some extra-bacony goo... / Continue →