Bacon Or Steak? Try Schmacon Beef Bacon and Get Both!
Bacon is the clear king of the meats when it comes to what guys love and a nice tasty hunk of beef isn't far behind so we're excited to try this new Schmacon Beef Bacon from Chicago-based specialty meat company, Devanco Foods.
This is another brand that I know a lot of male lifestyle and foodie bloggers will love to try. Known as America's Steak Bacon™, the smoked, uncured, uniquely seasoned, crispy whole-muscle beef bacon is easy to prepare, cooks in half the time and has fewer calories, fat and sodium than pork bacon.
"This is not the beef bacon your mother found in the grocery store 30 years ago," says Chef and Inventor Howard Bender. "We recognize the importance of using the finest beef available, and our patented process produces a whole-muscle, all-natural, smoked and uncured beef bacon like no other. Every pork bacon lover and non-pork eating person will love the crispy, and unforgettable flavor you can only get from America's Steak Bacon."
The new Certified Angus Beef ® brand Smoked Uncured Beef Bacon features unrivaled flavor, juiciness and tenderness. Each hearty slice has the incomparable taste and texture of beef combined with bold chef-inspired spices and the familiar smoky flavor of traditional pork bacon with no added nitrites or nitrates except for those naturally occurring in sea salt and celery powder. The bacon crisps up quickly in the oven, pan or microwave to add sizzle, flavor, crunch and versatility to mealtimes.
"The finest beef makes the best beef bacon. This product brings beef to the breakfast table, or any time of day, in a bold, delicious way," said Brett Erickson, director of value-added products for Certified Angus Beef ®. "Our 10 quality standards ensure you get the same great flavor you expect when you see the Certified Angus Beef ® logo on the package or restaurant menu."
The smoked, uncured beef bacon is Halal certified in a retail package of 1.5 lbs. (24 oz.) at select Costco locations in the Northeast as well as available online. For more information, visit http://www.schmacon.com/find-a-store/.