Beyond the Pop-Tart

What’s in your toaster?

Reddi-Bacon

The proprietor of Bacon Time!!!!!! — I think that’s the right number of exclamation points — points out two things wrong with this idea:

  1. Obliviously any grease leaking out is a fire hazard.
  2. There are several way of opening the package that I could easily see someone carelessly spraying hot grease around.

This was, needless to say, not the solution for bacon fans who wear nothing around the house.

Now if someone would just explain Steak-umms to me.

3 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    30 June 2019 · 8:06 am

    I seem to remember seeing some kind of a sleeve thing that a person could use to cook “scrambled” eggs in a toaster.

    The question is, why?

    (I presume it was either aimed at college kids who pretty much only HAD a toaster, or people who found the standing over a frypan for five minutes burdensome…)

    I’m sure the eggs weren’t very good.

  2. McGehee »

    30 June 2019 · 11:40 am

    The pre-microwave age was so primitive.

  3. fillyjonk »

    30 June 2019 · 9:21 pm

    Two words: Tactical. Bacon.

    Except apparently you have to eat it at room temperature, but I suppose if it’s the Zombie Apocalypse, allowances have to be made.

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