Black Pig Meat Co. Bacon, Set of 3
This is bacon the way it was meant to be: Smoky, salty, sweet and succulent. Chefs Duskie Estes and John Stewart, the husband-and-wife team behind Black Pig Meat Company and the farm-to-table ZAZU restaurant and farm in Sonoma, California, start with belly cuts from sustainably farmed, pasture-raised heritage pigs from the Pacific Northwest. The pigs are raised without antibiotics and hormones and are allowed to roam freely. The chefs slow cure the meat with a brown-sugar dry rub for nearly a month, infusing it with complex sweetness, and then slow-smoke it over applewood for 12 hours.The thick-cut slabs stay plump when they cook up, for meaty, chewy slices that offer a satisfying snap when you bite into them.
- Three 12 oz. packages, 9–12 slices per package.
- Ships cold, with ice packs.
- Made in USA.
- Use & Care
- This fully cured bacon has been shipped to you chilled with ice packs to arrive cool to warm. This is to be expected and does not impact the safety of the product. Upon receipt, place the unopened bacon in the freezer, where it will keep for up to 6 months, or in the refrigerator, where it will keep for up to 2 weeks.
- Pork, brown sugar, salt, sodium nitrite, spices.
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