As if we weren't already feeling enough like heffers this holiday season, here's some hog news to keep us all porking out into the new year:
Baconery, the bacon-based baked goods company that launched in September, is looking to lay down roots in Manhattan this winter. The business currently hawks its wears online only but, according to Baconery owner Wesley Klein, there will hopefully be a brick and mortar locale in 3 to 6 months. Klein told Gothamist last week that they were, "still looking at neighborhoods that make sense."
Currently, top sellers at Baconery online include the Chocolate Peanut Butter Bacon Cookies and the Bacon Brownies but Gingerbread Bacon Pigs are apparently on the menu for the holidays.
Not surprisingly, we haven't heard rumors of any Chanukah-themed Baconery goods currently in the works.