Trader Joe’s Hot Dogs: I found these magical dawgs while circling the TJ’s food sampler station like a hungry vulture. Uncured and nitrate-free. No MGS, no fillers, and no hormones or antibiotics. Did you know a hot dog could pull that off? I sure didn’t.
Sir Kensington’s Non-GMO Mayos & Ketchups: I’m impressed. Just when GMO-infested condiments became a concern of mine, Sir Kensington shows up with all this no-GMO fanciness.
They’re not your average Heinz and Hellman’s condiments. These are condiments of the gourmet kind. Definitely sophisticated in flavor. The mayos come in Classic and Chipotle; ketchups in Classic and Spiced. I appreciate the no-GMO flare they’re committed to. Check the Sir Kensington’s store locator to see if he’s lurking nearby.
Wiley’s Cajun Corn Boil: If I had the power to command you to go buy Wiley’s cajun corn boil, I just might do it. Too bad my Emperor Food Dictator application was denied. Now I can only you compel you to try Wiley’s instead. I’ve been using their corn boil seasoning for over 4 year’s now. Drop the contents of the packet into a pot of water and boil ‘dem corns. The longer the corn stays in, the more the Cajun flavors marinate into the kernels. The seasoning is so dang tasty, you won’t even need butter or salt. This the only way we eat corn on the cob anymore. It’s a must-have for cookouts, too.
Once you do Wiley’s, your nostrils will flare from the explosion of flavor. Be jealous of my corn on the cob fro-down. Be very, very jealous.