Monday, November 05, 2012

Southern Recipe Pork Rinds Review & Give AWAY!

Win Southern Recipe Pork Rinds I love football.  I love snacking... put 'em together and what do you have?  You have Rudolf Foods Southern Recipe Pork Rinds and the Denver Broncos kickin' the Cincinnati Bengals butt! Oh I do LOVE Sunday's!!

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It's a good thing football has commercials because we were chomping away and I almost forgot to take pictures!!

Our favorite flavor is the Bar-B-Q.  YUM!!  Just enough spice.  The Bar-B-Q isn't a spicy hot, just flavorful.  We powered through four bags! YUM!!  Addicting!! Crunchy, flavorful finger licking good!!
The Southern Recipe Bar-B-Q 8 ounce bag has 130 calories and 15 grams of protein.
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The Original Pork Rinds are just as addicting!! Lot's of crunch! 8 ounce bag has 160 calories with 17 grams of protein.

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Not only are Pork Rinds great snacking food but did you know you can use them in recipes?! I would have never thought of that!!  On Pinterest I found a Crispy Fried Fish using Southern Recipe Pork Rinds and ohhh man do they look delicious!!  (So, if you win... make this.... call me and I will come over and be the food tester!)

You can tell that the Southern Recipe folks have 50 years of experience making Pork Rinds....... deeeeelicious!! Added bonus, buying Southern Recipe Pork Rinds helps injured football players.

Lima, OH (September 15, 2012) - Rudolph Foods, the world’s largest manufacturers of pork rinds, has announced its Second Annual Pork Rind Appreciation Day campaign.  Celebrated on the biggest football day of the year, and on the first Sunday of February, Pork Rind Appreciation Day <https://www.facebook.com/RudolphFoods>  was cemented as an annual event last year after the pork rind leader secured hundreds of thousands of consumer votes, as well as political designations.  Matched each year with charitable support, in this second year, Rudolph Foods will support Gridiron Greats, a nonprofit organization that provides medical and financial assistance to former National Football League (NFL) players in dire need.  Now through the big game, $.10 of the purchase of all Rudolph Foods branded products will support the organization’s assistance fund (up to $10,000). The campaign is also matched with several opportunities for consumers to play along for chances to win football parties, pork rinds and other prizes.

As part of the 2nd annual campaign by Rudolph Foods, pork rind lovers can help make the six month campaign a success by visiting Rudolph Foods You can watch videos from football hall of famers, join in on virtual Twitter chats using #PorkRindDay to discuss former players, submit support to Gridiron Greats, learn about the organization and even enter to win a Big Game party, complete with sandwiches, pork rinds, a new 50” Plasma TV and of course a personalized video from a Gridiron Greats football legend. Most importantly, you can support Gridiron Greats by buying pork rinds online.
 
The Gridiron Greats Assistance Fund <http://www.gridirongreats.org/> ’s mission is to assist retired NFL players in need who were pioneers of the game and who have greatly contributed to the NFL’s status as the most popular sport in America. GGAF provides hands-on assistance to help retired players and their families deal with hardships they face after football. The services include medical assistance, transportation costs for medical evaluations and surgeries, housing assistance, financial assistance for utilities, medication, and coordination of services for food, automotive payments and childcare. 


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12 comments:

  1. The BBQ ones are great. Reminds me of summer afternoons, cold beer and hot grill with burgers.

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  2. These would be perfect to take over to my grandson's on football day (cause his team is doing so badly) and mine is kicking butt. gg

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  3. No I haven't but it does sound like a very good idea.

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  4. actually we don't cook with them... but my mother in law cooks with chicharrones as we call them, she adds them to her black beans for flavor

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  5. Betsy Rubendall Barnes
    pinktaz60@hotmail.com

    No, I have never cooked with pork rinds, never thought about until now, thanks :)

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  6. Yes, years ago my parents were on the Atkins diet and pork rinds was one of the snacks they could eat. My mom figured out to crush the pork rinds up and use them for a coating, and made fried chicken that way. I tried it when I got older, out on my own, and it wasn't great but it wasn't terrible either lol

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  7. No, I have never cooked with pork rinds, but family sure does like the store bought rinds to snack on.
    awhartness@yahoo.com

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  8. I have never used pork rinds
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  9. I have never used pork rinds

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  10. TY I will let you know how the Crispy Fried Fish turns out, and of course I will invite you over. Lucky Winner Helen

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