I love Oklahoma businesses that start with an idea of something that is needed by others. My friend Pat told me to check out this new business located in Northeast Oklahoma, Twin Foods, Inc. began with a vision to produce great tasting, convenient, high-quality products that help reduce time and clean-up in the kitchen, while promoting the flavors and aromas of Granny’s kitchen. Jan Laub believes home-cooked meals provide “Good Ol’ Fashion” family time. Great tasting home cooked meals, made with less time cooking and cleaning, make for more quality time with family and friends.
This is an awesome idea...I love to season food with the taste of bacon drippings. My Granny and my Mom always had a can with bacon drippings sitting next to the stove, and poured a little bit in dishes they cooked. This would be so handy to have a couple tablespoons to make a little gravy any time you wanted some!!!
Granny’s Good Ol’ Fashion Bacon Drippings started with a recipe for seafood gumbo. The recipe called for 1 cup of bacon grease. Not wanting to go to the store, buy bacon then cook the bacon (time consuming and a messy clean-up), the recipe book was closed and the gumbo never cooked. Over the next several days the search was on to find a company that simply sold bacon grease to the consumer. None were found and Twin Foods, Inc. was started by Jan and her twin sister Jill.
Twin Foods, Inc. is proud to introduce Granny’s Good Ol’ Fashion Bacon Drippings. Now, the same ready-to-use bacon grease that for years has been on our Mother’s and Grandmother’s counter tops and in the culinary toolbox of renowned chefs to enhance the taste of certain foods is pre-packaged and ready to use!
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Tastes great EVERY TIME.
Granny’s #1 Secret is bacon grease.
Before Granny’s Good Ol’ Fashion Bacon Drippings, the only way to get bacon grease was to buy bacon, fry it, strain it, store it and clean it up. Now you can simply buy it pre-packaged.
No Trans Fat, No Hydrogenated Ingredients.
Granny’s Good Ol’ Fashion Bacon Drippings is currently shelved next to the packaged bacon, in the refrigerator section. Look for it in your store and can't find it, but you would like to be able to purchase this product at your local grocery, please ask the manager to visit this website for ordering information.
Jan Laub and her twin sister Jill have no clue who I am and I did not receive anything for writing about their business, but I think this is a really good product idea and want to share it with my readers. Thanks to my friend Pat Clayton for pointing out this MADE IN OKLAHOMA company.