If you are reading this, you are probably a part of the bacon-before-anything-else parade. With every meal, no matter what, bacon is involved.
You have even probably bought a bag of bacon biltong at least once in your life.
And the worst moment in your life is that time you burnt bacon.
Who burns bacon, am I right?
Well, I’ve seen it happen: Man burns bacon. Man cries. Man never cooks bacon again for fear of burning it.
However, it becomes a bit of an issue when there’s no one else to prepare the crispy staple for you – which is (not really) why the peeps over at Nostalgia created the Bacon Express.
Think toaster – and then think bacon-toaster – and you might visualise a kitchen appliance such as this:
While the bacon toaster has one purpose and one purpose only – to cook bacon – the grease tray at the bottom, which collects all of the bacon fat, makes your bacon a whole lot more healthier (and more suitable for those bacon pancakes.)
And it’s not the only one-purpose product from Nostaliga.
The brand is focused on creating appliances that evoke a feeling of warmth and “fond memories of times past”, and the list of products includes everything from popcorn-makers to Coca-Cola popcorn makers.
Yup, for reals.
While the place from which you order your the bacon toaster might deliver to South Africa, many of Nostalgia’s other products don’t.
Postbox Courier is the platform you have to use.
The beauty of Postbox Courier is they handle the customs clearance part for you (nothing gets stuck at customs – ever) – so even if an overseas website DOES deliver to SA, you would be best off using their service anyways.
Then you can make some bacon pancakes.
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