I didn't think it was possible, but that is even more horrifying than bacon cookies.
Funny story, that. I'm a man that likes to experiment with food. Some times it actually makes sense and sounds tasty, and other times I do things just because it would be funny. For example, just the other day I got an idea in my head, had some leftover lamb anyway, and ended up making these curry lamb wraps out of them, which were super delicious. On the other side of that is the point of this post;
First, a few years ago I was living with a bunch of room mates. One of them, my large Jewish friend, has a few foods which are his all time favorites. These include; Cheesecake. Tortellini, and Bacon. You can always tell when I think up something really stupid to cook because I get really giggly in the mad-scientist sort of way. Long story short, Bacon Cheesecake Tortellini is HORRIBLE.
Then there's my crowning achievement. I am so very proud of this. I worked a four-month contract at a certain major cookie manufacturer thats based on the west coast. We'll call them Dotis Dunkmeyer, for the sake of anonymity. Some of us in the IT team at Dotis were sitting talking about this and that and the fact that I am a decent cook came up so I had to tell my bacon cheesecake tortellini story. Someone is munching on a cookie as I mention how much my Jewish friend loves his bacon and I start getting giggly again. Bacon cookies. Cut to a week or two later at an BBQ hosted by the IT team (We had one every other week during the summer) and I'm sitting there having a conversation with the head of new product development. Seemed as good a time as any to bring up my bacon cookie idea. He laughed at my genius and told me not to quit my IT job. Doing a bit of research and modifications I found a functioning recipe for bacon cookies and sent it to him. No response for about a week, then my buddy tanner, sr. test chef, comes up to me and says "I got your recipe, bring in some bacon and we can whip up a batch of those." We burned through the better part of a day messing around with the recipe trying to get it just right, but when we were done we had two dozen frozen official Dotis Dunkmeyer (tm) Bacon Cookies.
A few days later the head of new product development, who I sent the recipe to in the first place, tells me "Those bacon cookies were great and we'd totally start production on them except I don't think the rabbis would be too thrilled. We're supposed to be a kosher company."