My Hubby Rescued Dinner with Barber Foods! #BarberDads

Per special request from Barber Foods, this is my husband’s very first guest post here at Experimental Mommy! Enjoy!

Help, I need somebody,
Help, not just anybody…

When the Beatles penned these lyrics in 1965, I’m pretty sure they weren’t looking for help around the house. However, when my wife called earlier this week—and essentially said the same thing, her message to me was loud and clear, “You have to go cook dinner.” Although I live in the part of the country known for its excellent cooks: Emeril Lagasse, John Besh, and Paul Prudhomme, yours truly would never make this list. So I had a choice to make, fast food or cook something. Although I believed fast food to be the easier option, I was feeling adventurous and decided I would cook.

Upon opening my freezer, I found that we had 2 boxes of Barber Foods Stuffed Chicken Breasts. Well, here goes nothing, I thought.

  • Step 1: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Check.
  • Step 2: Remove chicken breasts from pouch and place on a cooking sheet. Check.
  • Step 3: Bake in a preheated oven for at least 35 minutes (until internal temperature reaches 165 degrees). Wow, 3 steps—that’s it. Maybe fast food wasn’t the easier option, after all.

I have to admit, a 3 step approach to a dinner entrée was very appealing, but it was nowhere near as appealing as the taste. The stuffed chicken breasts were delicious (so good in fact, that my 2 very picky daughters asked for seconds). They were very juicy with an excellent taste– a real complement to the creamed potatoes and salad that I made.

Barber Foods defiantly saved dinner that night, and even earned me a little respect in the kitchen. I plan on fixing many more of the over 20 options that Barber has available. Who knows, after a few more meals like this one, maybe I’ll volunteer to handle Thanksgiving dinner (that is, of course, if Barber Foods offers turkey entrees).

GIVEAWAY

One winner will receive a “Rescue Dinner” Prize Pack including a $25 VISA gift card, a Barber Foods free product coupon and DennyMike’s Cue Set including award winning sauces and rubs!

How to Enter:

1. The last time you were struck with dinner boredom, what did you do to spice up your routine?

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog and Barber Foods (10 extra entries).

2. Follow me (@BridgetteLA) and @BarberFoods on Twitter and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Limited to 10 a day, please. (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

3. Subscribe to my blog.

4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog and Barber Foods on Facebook.

5. Place my blog button on your sidebar.

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on November 14th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

This post is the opinion of the Experimental Mommy.  Others may have a differing opinion of the product.  While a sample was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% honest.

Comments

  1. Susan Smith says:

    I go online and look for something different that my family would like to try.

  2. Susan Smith says:
  3. Susan Smith says:

    Like both on FB Susan Smith

  4. I recently found a pretty tasty recipe on a Bisquick box. My family loved it!

  5. email subscriber

  6. The last time I searched for a recipe using a few ingredients on hand. It was great! We got a new recipe that hubby loves.

  7. Ed Nemmers says:

    We went out to eat.

  8. I looked online and found a new recipe to make.

  9. Email subscriber.

  10. Thanks for the giveaway…we grilled up some Tilapia & made homemade pico de gallo and make fish tacos.

    senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] com

  11. Subscribed via email…

  12. …like The Not-So-Blog and Barber Foods on Facebook: bryan eason

  13. we made ravioli using wanton wrappers-thanks for the giveaway

  14. We used leftovers to make stir-fry and it was delicious.

  15. Soha Molina says:
  16. I use store bought ready made chicken and use it for chicken salad.

  17. I use a favorite recipe book when I get stuck for ideas for dinner.

  18. my husband made a spicy barbeque sauce for our left over chicken

  19. I usually add different spices to our recipes or look for recipes that use ingredients I have on hand!

  20. We spiced it up by having breakfast for dinner

  21. Barbara Long says:

    The last time I had dinner boredom I spiced it up by slicing up vegetables and chicken breast and made a great fried rice dish.

    longbarb1@aol.com

  22. Robert Ranieri says:

    last time I had dinner boredom, i found some new recipes and started cooking…my cupboard has a lot of extra seasonings in there now

  23. Robert Ranieri says:

    Fan of The Not-So-Blog and Barber Foods on Facebook.

  24. I put my chicken marsala in the oven with broth, mozzarella and mushrooms and served it over rice for a wonderful change.

  25. I’m an email subscriber.