Bacon Peanut Brittle from The Redhead
Beer nuts, meet bacon.
- Get a little piece of The Redhead -- or a lot of pieces, really -- without taking the trip to New York.
- Valentine's, March Madness, a regular friday night with your favorite craft beer; we've got endless excuses to pull out this brittle.
Cocktail snacks are a personal thing. Some people reach for sweet, some go for salty, almost all go for something with a little bacon. The Redhead has created a bar snack that is the perfect union of all of these things. Lacquered in maple and bacon, tossed in a cayenne and thyme, this peanut brittle has never met a drink it doesn’t like, and definitely not an eater. It’s The Redhead’s brand of Southern hospitality, in peanut form -- go on, take some -- they're offering.
About The Redhead
When Meg Grace first opened her restaurant, The Redhead, she served food only once a week. Her humble operation slowly grew, dish by dish, eventually gracing tables with her creative, Southern food every night of the week. People kept coming back for more. And they still do -- now with a loyal following, she’s known for her fried chicken, but she’s making history with her brittle.
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“...All tossed together and roasted until the tacky bacon bonds with the crunchy peanuts, creating what may be the best beer nut in America, now being served at Redhead in New York’s East Village.”
-- Esquire Magazine