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Thursday, April 8, 2010


This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Hormel Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.

It’s been 75 years that we have been hearing the word hormel and it has never been surpassed by any other in our cupboards. Definitely not in mine!

The family favorite Hormel Chili that used to be eaten just as it is, straight from the can, has actually been evolved to my serving it on top of baked or boiled potatoes. More like eating out at Wendy’s but personally our taste buds prefers to have it at home since re-doing it with Hormel Chili. Even as kids we took it with delight since as the popular commercial as early as 1930’s said its “not too hot, not too mild…just right”. And it being made available either with beans or no beans, I easily combine it with any other as I do my magic in the kitchen to come up with a whole new look but with that gratifying Hormel-y taste! Try a crunchy and delicious vegetable mixture with Hormel Chili same as the Chili Carrot-Turnips I serve, or even a savoring Hormel Chili Corn soup with shredded Chinese cabbage. Now I see in my mind that Hormel commercial of a soup ladle crawling on to the bottle because it truly is “a taste no one can resist!” Amongst the family favorites offered are Hormel Chili & 3 Cheese Fondue and the Chili Mac that needs no occasion to be served on the table.

The same excitement can be expected from my siblings with the Dinty Moore. Not only Bart Starr, the professional football player featured in one of their classic commercials enjoys this “big meal in the big can”. Real beef stew surprise in a minute depending on which era you’re in since the can have its own evolution of needing a can opener to easy pop cans. How glad am I of the magnificent changes in their product packaging that goes with our lifestyle needs including the labels that’s getting more and more appealing (and appetizing even with just the look of it). Nice to have it even straight from the can, but we just love the shared recipe Easy Shepherd's Pie from Dinty Moore. I am planning to make a superb breakfast tomorrow of Dinty-filled Omelet along with garlic toast and steaming hot chocolate. Can’t wait to start the day when it’s still about to end today.

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