Cob Smoked Bacon

In Northern New England, corn cob smoking was passed on to settlers by the area’s native Abenaki people as a natural way to preserve meat. Each fall, farmers harvested rows of corn and piled them into tall, wire-meshed corn cribs where the sun and breeze would dry them. Then they built slow-burning fires in smokehouses fueled by the dried cobs, where they hung freshly cured pork from pigs they raised themselves. Today in our smokehouse, we pay tribute to the early farmer’s hard work and tradition lent a more naturally strong smokiness than hardwood for a tradition flavor that’s well loved throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.

RECIPE > Bacon Tempura

Availability: In stock

Item Price Qty
Cob Sliced Bacon
$18.75 (2) 1 lb packages
Thick Cut Cob Smoked Bacon
$18.75 (2) 1 lb packages
Sliced Cob Smoked Bacon, Hotel Package
$39.45 5 lb package
Small Slab Cob Smoked Bacon
$32.45 4-5 lb package
Large Slab Cob Smoked Bacon
$63.80 (2) 4-5 lb packages

Cob Smoked Bacon