Porker's the wild man at the party, hip with a chat and a laff and a slap on the back. Soon as you see him coming, pump up the volume.
Step six: Roll the Doodle doughballs in a mixture of 1T and 1t of sugar to 1t Bacon Salt.
Of all four Doodle brothers, Porker is unquestionably the favorite of the Big O (age six) and Large S (age three). Our home cookie stash ran out of Porkers before running out of anything else.
It's curious how smoky and savory it can be, yet still be a delicious cookie. While last year's -bacon chocolate-chip cookies were good (and also hugely popular with my kids), I think these are better. Improving my bacon-cookie brand, year by year, I am Theric.
Doodle Family DNA
The fact that Bacon Salt is kosher seems borderline offensive. But I do love my MSG. MMM.ReplyDelete
Offensive to you or to Jews?
I've gotta try some of your bacon-related cookie products sometime. I'm really curious.ReplyDelete
My vegetarian husband would love that--one more thing I bring home that he won't eat :)
That vegetarian bacon salt stuff is actually (I'm ashamed to admit) rather appealing to me. You know. Vegetarian cook, meat loving self...
It's pretty delicious. I just realized I didn't link to their website, so I'm going back to repair that now.
[Edit: Added that link.]
I think maybe next family time I'll bring ingredients and we can make up some Doodles.
[Edit: Fiddles with the images a bit.]
Seriously? Yum! I'm totally trying this this weekend!ReplyDelete
Let us know! Here's who sells it.
To Jews. I wonder how they got a rabbi to sign off on it.ReplyDelete
[Edit: Details here.]