Taste Test: Baconnaise

3 Mar

I was at our local Sobey’s grocery store last month and there amongst the other condiments was something I’d been itching to try for years: baconnaise. Yes, an unholy union of bacon and mayo invented by the geniuses at J&Ds.  

What’s it like? Well, it’s pretty much exactly what you think bacon flavoured mayo would taste like. It’s the best of both worlds: the rich tangyness of mayo and the salty savouryness of bacon. Best of all, it’s actually kosher and vegetarian. Spreadable bacon for everyone!

It’s been fantastic on turkey sandwiches, so much so that I’ve made more turkey sandwiches in the past month than I have in the past three years. This morning I went out on a ledge and put it on a bacon, egg & cheese breakfast sandwich instead of a bit of butter and it really beefed up the flavour quotient.

There are a bunch of things I still want to try it on:
– Fries
– Club sandwich
– Chicken burger
– Burger

Long story short, baconnaise is now a staple condiment in this house. You should pick some up and try it yourself!

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4 Responses to “Taste Test: Baconnaise”

  1. Bill Romano March 3, 2013 at 6:26 pm #

    Have you tried JD’s Bacon Salt? Would you compare that favorably to this?

    • Laura March 4, 2013 at 7:30 am #

      I haven’t had a chance to try bacon salt. It’s not readily available in Canada. I have had bacon popcorn (with the bacon salt) and liked it.

  2. Mrs. Green Acres June 28, 2013 at 9:09 pm #

    I am failing to understand how anything bacon is kosher 😛

    (I reckon that no bacon was used in producing said baconnaise, but still!)

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