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Maple Bacon Lollipops and a Jewcy Reader Challenge

Though it might sound like a sick joke, it's true: The folks at Lollyphile have created a Maple-Bacon lollipop for the pork lovers among us. Before you start gagging, you should know that these suckers are fully sustainable and organic, … Read More

By / March 25, 2008

Though it might sound like a sick joke, it's true: The folks at Lollyphile have created a Maple-Bacon lollipop for the pork lovers among us. Before you start gagging, you should know that these suckers are fully sustainable and organic, made with only the finest cured bacon and Vermont maple syrup. Based in San Francisco, Lollyphile strives to produce “the most interesting and unique lollipops in the world,” and laughingly provides the disclaimer “definitely not kosher” for their popular meat suckers, which have completely sold out. Also on the Lollyphile menu: Absinthe suckers.

But what about kosher Jews who want in on the fun? Why no chicken soup lolly with specks of matzo ball? Or how about Gefilte fish with horseradish? Applesauce with latke bits, anyone?

We are issuing a challenge, Jewcy readers: What Jewish-inspired flavors should Lollyphile try next? And would you eat them?

Related: Last year, the flavor experts at Jones Soda released an all-kosher holiday season soda series which, ironically, included a Christmas ham flavored beverage.

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