I was approached by a representative of Glory Foods via email to do a review of their products. They sent me a wonderful Deluxe Gift Basket full of their products. I've been familiar with their products for years and love them. I usually only make collard greens from scratch for New Year's to serve with my Hoppin' John. When I get a taste for them any other time of the year I buy Glory Foods products. Nothing is easier than opening a can and warming it in a dish in the microwave.
Glory Foods Golden Sweet Corn Muffin Mix
Glory Foods Moist Rich Cornbread Mix
Glory Foods Seasoned Chicken Cooking Base
Glory Foods Spicy Vidalia Hot Sauce (I love hot sauce on my eggs. And I love Vidalia Onions. This was delicious on my spinach omelet Sunday morning.)
Glory Foods Seasoned Southern Style Cream Style Skillet Corn
Glory Foods Seasoned Southern Style Great Northern Beans
Glory Foods Seasoned New Orleans Style Red Beans and Rice (Again, I love to make my own, but when I don't have the time, this is just as delicious and so much faster.)
Glory Foods Sensibly Seasoned Lower Sodium String Beans
Glory Foods Seasoned Southern Style Country Cabbage
Glory Foods Seasoned Southern Style Turnip Greens
Glory Foods Fried Apples
Weekends have been pretty hectic around the diner, so I haven't had a chance to try the Glory Foods Seasoned Chicken Cooking Base. Lately I'm lucky if I can do 2 home cooked meals. I can't wait to try the Chicken White Bean Chili recipe in the Recipe section of their website. Look for an update to this review in the future.
Diner Disclaimer: I was given a Gift Basket to sample their products. This review is 100% my
opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone. I was not
compensated in any other way for this product review.
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