They come in a four pack (two skewers is a serving, so one pack serves two) and are pretty decently priced. I can't remember what it cost exactly, but I think it was like 3 or 4 dollars - so about $1.50 to $2 per meal? Not shabby, especially considering that a complete frozen dinner is usually around $5 for one serving.
I also like that the serving size was a real-person serving size - two skewers with four cubes each, which ended up being quite a bit of food. Often food companies will make their serving sizes way less than they know any normal person would require, just to play with the nutrition facts.
They didn't, which I appreciated, and I also like that the skewers are made with some good stuff - like organic ancient grain flowers - and without some bad stuff (no biotech foods or high fructose corn syrup, even in the BBQ sauce)!
Can we just take a minute to admire all that BBQ sauce? They didn't skimp!
I love BBQ sauce. I'll order it on my subs at Subway all the time. BBQ sauce and mustard are, without a doubt, the greatest condiment inventions of all time.
You just pull the skewers out (and try not to drool over all the yummy BBQ sauce) and either plop them on the grill for a few minutes or on the stove for 2-3 minutes. I did it stovetop, of course, as this is actually from a few days ago in NYC.
OH. MY. GOODNESS.
I'd planned to serve both skewers on top of my mishmash salad (below) but I made the mistake of trying a bite before I prepped the salad. And then another bite. And another. And...only half of one skewer made it onto my salad. :P
|1/2 a Meatless BBq Skewer, Salsa, Jalapeno with creamy dressing, fried onions, salsa, and mustard on the last of the lettuce in my fridge. SO YUM. Mishmash salads are the best.|
I made these for dinner with pasta.
And YES, I fooled my dad (though the fact that I was eating chicken made him highly suspicious). He loved it! And it was very authentically chicken - too much for me, actually. I wouldn't make it for myself again, as I prefer veggie products that taste like veggies, but my family wants to have them again!
and The Decoy Bride
and The Five Year Engagement
Honestly? I thought my list of RedBox movies would be much longer, since I haven't gone to the cinema all that often in the past few years. So help me out!
Is my RedBox to-watch list missing anything?
Have you tried any Gardein products? If so, what's your favorite?
Do you like ribs?