You know the person amongst your group of friends and loved ones who is most bacon-obsessed. The one who wants their sushi wrapped in bacon. The one who still gets nervous when someone says the phrase "bacon shortage." The one person in your life who actually got excited about the bacon coffin.

Although some of the rest of us may be getting baconed out, this person will still probably require a bacon-themed gift this year. We found you an absolutely jaw-dropping one: this photorealistic bacon scarf, by Swiss artist Natalie Luder. "Foulard" is French for scarf -- well, please meet the "Fou Lard." Get it?

bacon scarf

It took us a full-on double-take before we realized that this hand-hemmed scarf was not actually made out of pork. The Fou Lard is available on Luder's website for about $180, including shipping from Switzerland. So, you'd better like your bacon-inclined friend a lot, and they'd better be wholly devoted to bacon's cause.

[h/t Swiss Miss]

*Update: Excellent news! An earlier version of this post had indicated that this scarf costs $277. The designer alerted us that the price listed on her website is in Swiss Francs -- so this scarf will actually only cost about $180! Bacon scarves for everyone!

Also on HuffPost:

Loading Slideshow...
  • Fried Green Tomato BLTs

    Take your regular BLT up a notch with cornmeal-dusted fried green tomatoes in place of regular red slices. If you cannot find green tomatoes this time of year, feel free to substitue with tomatillos. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Fried Green Tomato BLTs</a> recipe</strong>

  • Jalapeno Poppers

    Jalapeno poppers are a great appetizer to turn to when you are low on time. And, they are delicious too. Rich and creamy, with a fiery bite and wrapped in bacon -- you are guaranteed a hit every time. <strong>Get the<a href="" target="_hplink"> Jalapeno Poppers</a> recipe</strong>

  • Bacon Braised Brussels Sprouts

    Brussels sprouts are a much sought after vegetable side, but when they are braised in bacon fat you will barely be able to keep these on your plate. A surprisingly simple recipe, these brussels sprouts are full of a rich, smoky flavor. <strong>Get the<a href="" target="_hplink"> Bacon Braised Brussels Sprouts</a> recipe</strong>

  • Cheddar BLT Burgers With Tarragon Russian Dressing

    Burgers are good. But bacon burgers are even better. Topped with crisp lettuce and tomato, and slathered with melted butter, this burger will leave you wanting more. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Cheddar BLT Burgers with Tarragon Russian Dressing</a> recipe</strong>

  • Bacon Mashed Potatoes

    Mashed potatoes are easily a favorite on many dinner tables across the country, but this recipe will surely win over many more hearts with the inclusion of bacon. Creamy and tangy from the use of sour cream and buttermilk, these potatoes are sure to please. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Bacon Mashed Potatoes </a>recipe</strong>

  • Pimento Cheese And Bacon Crostini

    If you have never tried pimento cheese before, it is about high time you did. Pimento cheese is an incredible southern culinary invention that makes a spread out of cheddar cheese, mayonnaise and pimentos. This recipe serves it atop a crostini and garnishes with bacon. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Pimento Cheese and Bacon Crostini</a> recipe</strong>

  • Split Pea And Bacon Soup With Cheddar Toasts

    If you are looking for a quick recipe to throw together, this is it. The recipe uses canned soup as a base, and then doctors it up with fresh veggies and bacon. Serve with cheddar toasts for a real treat. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Split Pea and Bacon Soup with Cheddar Toasts</a> recipe</strong>

  • Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes With A Bacon-Parmesan Crust

    This twice-baked potato is packed full of flavor with bacon, parmesan and sage. You can bake the potatoes earlier to save time the day of. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with a Bacon-Parmesan Crust</a> recipe</strong>

  • Bacon Quinoa With Almonds And Herbs

    Adding bacon to this protein-rich grain is a great way to turn it into a hearty winter side dish. Serve alongside a poached egg to make a complete meal. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Bacon Quinoa with Almonds and Herbs</a> recipe</strong>

  • Roasted Garlic Guacamole With Help-Yourself Garnishes

    As it is, Guacamole is a real crowd pleaser -- and so is bacon. Combining them together is just a logical next step. This recipe serves bacon, queso fresco, jalapenos and pumpkin seeds on the side, allowing each person to personalize their own guacamole. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Roasted Garlic Guacamole with Help-Yourself Garnishes</a> recipe</strong>

  • Iceberg Salad With Blue Cheese Dressing

    Blue cheese and bacon are the stars of this not-so-light salad. The recipe makes for a great winter lunch, or can serve as an appetizer to a hearty dinner. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Iceberg Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing</a> recipe</strong>

  • Country Potato-And-Cabbage Soup

    Bacon is cooked at the beginning of the recipe and is then used to flavor the rest of this hearty winter soup. Packed full of flavor with fresh herbs -- chives, parsley and thyme -- and full of soul-satisfying ingredients such as potatoes, country bread and cabbage. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Country Potato-and-Cabbage Soup</a> recipe</strong>

  • Bacon, Chive And Cheddar Biscuits With Whipped Maple Butter

    These biscuits are packed full of flavor with bacon, chives and cheddar mixed into the batter. They are delicious with a slather of butter on top, but we think they are best used to take your sandwiches up a notch. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Bacon, Chive and Cheddar Biscuits with Whipped Maple Butter</a> recipe</strong>

  • Fish-And-Shellfish Chowder

    This hearty chowder is full of good stuff: mussels, clams, salmon and monkfish. Rich and creamy, it is just the thing to warm you up on a cold winter day. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Fish-and-Shellfish Chowder</a> recipe</strong>

  • Mushroom Bacon Tart

    The great thing about this recipe, besides the bacon, is that it can work for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. Using a good-quality store-bought crust makes this a cinch to put together. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Mushroom Bacon Tart</a> recipe</strong>

  • Susie's Beans

    Baked beans call upon the potent flavor of bacon to make this recipe a success. All you essentially need is a pot of beans, bacon, mustard powder, molasses or brown sugar, and a good amount of time. Allowing the beans to cook slowly is essential to this dish's depth. <strong>Get the<a href="" target="_hplink"> Susie's Beans</a> recipe</strong>

  • Pasta Carbonara With Zucchini

    You don't have to feel bad about indulging in your favorite cured meat with this recipe because at least you are getting a hearty dose of vegetables as well. The traditional pasta carbonara gets a healthy twist in this rendition -- without losing any of the flavor. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Pasta Carbonara with Zucchini</a> recipe</strong>

  • Pork Loin Chops with Apple, Sage and Onion Tarts

    This satisfying meal is simple to put together -- making it a great recipe to turn to for a hearty weeknight meal. The bacon is baked directly on top of the pork loin chops, sealing the flavors together. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Pork Loin Chops with Apple, Sage and Onion Tarts</a> recipe</strong>

  • Mac And Cheese With Peas And Bacon

    Bacon cuts through the rich creaminess of the mac and cheese with a welcomed salty flavor. The peas not only contribute some veggies, but also a touch of sweetness to this dish. <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Mac and Cheese With Peas and Bacon</a> recipe</strong>

  • Dandelion Salad With Goat Cheese And Tomato Dressing

    If you are trying to figure out how to get your family to eat their greens, you can rest assured knowing that you have finally found the solution -- add bacon! <strong>Get the <a href="" target="_hplink">Dandelion Salad With Goat Cheese And Tomato Dressing</a> recipe</strong>