The internet--at least the corners of it that I haunt--are currently abuzz with talk of a new seasoning product out of Washington State, called BaconSalt. Over Labor Day weekend, a prominent blogger posted a message on Twitter, that simply gave the product's website, and said, "I'm ordering some on Tuesday. Who's with me?" Well, a bunch of us were, because, frankly, the idea of bacon flavor with no calories or fat is pretty darn appealing. Since then, I've found BaconSalt all OVER the internet. It's a phenomenon. Don't believe me? Google it. 93,500 results as of today. I even had the curiosity to search flickr for the tag "baconsalt," and behold, there were multiple images! When people start taking pictures of jars of seasoned salt, like I did, something is definitely up.My first impulse, once I had received and tasted the new product, was to pack some up in a little Ziploc bag, drop it into an envelope, and have it couriered over to the Times offices for Max to try--it's THAT good. But then I considered the ramifications, in this climate of Homeland Security, of delivering an envelope containing an unidentified powdery substance to a news outlet, and thought better of it.People, get ye some BaconSalt. It's high in sodium, but, you know, it's SALT, so that's to be expected.