Vosges has combined crisp Applewood smoked bacon, Alder smoked salt and deep milk chocolate to come up with a bacon chocolate bar.
If your tastebuds love the exotic, you'd love this weird chocolate named Mo's Bacon Bar. At $7, it's a pricey treat -- prepare your palate for a sweet and salty, chocolatey experience.
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Implications - Foodie culture has bubbled up to the mainstream, and to contend with this increasingly epicurean market, food companies and restaurants are releasing oddball flavor combinations. These novelty creations appeal to gourmet palates, as these consumers aren't afraid to trust a chef's instincts. To further appeal to this market, culinary artists should strive for locally sourced, organic ingredients.
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Pig Out On Mo's Bacon Bar
- By: jelalynDec 19, 2007 Updated: Apr 6 2011