Monday, March 29, 2010

Hormel Chili's Hot & Spicy Beans

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Hormel Foods. All opinions are 100% mine.
Chili beans has been one of our favorites especially with chips and hotdogs. That is why we always see to it that we have plenty of stocks in our pantry and it should not be any other brand than hormel. Hubby and I love Hormel Chili Hot & Spicy beans. It is delicious. Even when I was still pregnant til now, I still eat it. That's the only beans and spicy food that I can eat because I can't resist the temptation. Spicy food and beans are only a few of the things that I should avoid since I am breastfeeding. This will cause gas to babies but I guess, my boy has been used to it since he is not complaining or hurting every time I eat it. I love it with chips as a dip and also with hotdogs. My husband always add slices of hotdogs or hot links, which is really good with it, to a pot of Hormel's Chili beans while heating it. Then on our plate, is a slice of bread with mustard on it. We then spread the heated chili beans on it then topped with a slice of cheese. It really tastes good and easy to prepare. My husband used to heat a can with hot links on it every time I had my craving when I was still pregnant. I thought the baby really liked it too.

Thanks Hormel for the chili beans, our favorite! Thanks to Dinty Moore products too. Like Hormel products, Dinty Moore products taste great in hearty meal recipes. I heard that in the 30s, characters Jiggs and Maggie from “Bringing Up Father” were used in Dinty Moore advertisements. Later, a lumber jack character was introduced, proclaiming “First name’s Dinty, last name’s Moore,” who placed his signature thumbprint on every can. Utilizing celebrities proved to be a popular route in promoting Hormel chili. Ray Milland, star of “Copper Canyon,” appeared in print ads. In the 80s, pro football player Fran Tarkenton was tapped to promote Hormel chili. Now, you can still see the ad with football players. Also they are celebrating their 75th anniversary! They began with 1 product each and has evolved into 20 varieties today. Check out their different products at their website. Don't forget to try their recipes.

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