The Bacon
The Prep and Score
  • Cooking heat: Medium Low
  • Total cooking time: 12 min
  • Pork Flavor: 5
  • Smoke: 5
  • Salt: 4
  • Sugar: 5
  • Fat: 5
  • Texture: 5

Rating: ★★★★¾ 

Ratings based on Bacon Rating System
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Fletcher’s “Classics” line of meat products has always been a staple in our house. IMHO the flagship of this product line is the “Stak Pack with Pepper Crust”.

Fletcher’s is a private label product of Sofina Foods Int’l which is out of London. Fletcher’s is actually based in Auburn, WA but it was acquired (and I believe still independently run) by Sofina Foods several years ago (amazingly its hard to turn that information up).

As for the bacon? Its absolutely fantastic. This is my standby bacon of choice when going to the store. It consistently delivers the best flavor and cookability (yes, that’s a word) of all the bacon I’ve ever had. See more pics of this bacon in my Flickr set.

Fletcher's Classic Pepper Bacon in the Stak Pack

If you follow the cooking bacon tips you can make some fantastic bacon that is the perfect compliment to eggs and toast or even in a BLT.

10 Responses to “Fletcher's Classics Stak Pack with Pepper Crust”

  1. Pete Grillo Says:
    October 27th, 2008 at 1:12 pm

    Scott, you hit it outta the park on your first at-bat. Fletcher’s Pepper Crust is the finest bacon I’ve found among the off-the-shelf (i.e. non-butcher shop) bacons. Lots of meat yet just enough fat to fry up just fine!
    Thank you for bacongeeks, you are providing a public service. Perhaps you can get a grant to further your fine work here? And lets just forget those who condemn bacon…they mock what they don’t understand!

  2. kveton Says:
    October 27th, 2008 at 1:38 pm

    LOL: no grant needed … I do it for the love!! More reviews to come! :-)

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