Tags: Boar's Head Provision Company, Brooklyn, Cold cut, Frank Brunckhorst, Meat, NEW YORK, New York City, United States
When I purchase Cold Cut Meats from the deli or packaged Cold Cuts I try to go with Boar’s Head Meats. Besides being the best tasting Cold Cuts, for the most part their healthier being lower in sodium, fat, and carbs. Anyway here’s a little background on Boar’s Head and a link to their web site. While there check out their recipe page, it’s loaded!
Boar’s Head Provision Company
Boar’s Head Provision Company is a supplier of delicatessen meats and cheeses. The company was founded in 1905 in the New York City area and now distributes its products throughout the United States.
Boar’s Head Brand® began in the New York City area in 1905. Products were delivered by horse-drawn wagon to small delicatessens and “Mom and Pop” stores.
By 1933, distribution of Boar’s Head Brand products had grown. It was at that time that the founder, Frank Brunckhorst, dissatisfied with the quality of cooked hams which were available to him, decided that he would open a manufacturing plant of his own. The first plant was started in a small building in Brooklyn with only three employees.
Even back then there were thousands of delicatessens in New York City, and there were a great number of small manufacturers of delicatessen specialties. The competition among these manufacturers was keen; and as a result, very high standards were set for the quality of delicatessen products. Frank Brunckhorst set his own high standards, and he would not vary from them. Before long, Boar’s Head Brand products could be found in all of the best delicatessens, gourmet stores and fine food establishments in the New York area.
Our mission is to continue to be recognized as the leading provider of exceptional customer service and superior quality delicatessen products.
We will continuously improve our time-honored traditional processes through the involvement of our dedicated employees.
Tags: Black pepper, cook, Home, Pastrami, Ruffle, Sandwiches, Switzerland, Turkey
Ahhh, another one of those days! Finally got my Hoveround Chair repaired and back running at 100%. Them digital camera went whacko and had to figure out how to reprogram that. Then a Java Update for my computer went awry and took me most of the afternoon to get my computer back up to 100%. Managed to slide out to pick up a few groceries in there too, busy day! For dinner a Smoked Turkey and Roasted Pastrami on Whole Grain Bun w/ Ruffle’s Light Chips.
I used Boar’s Head Pastrami and Boar’s Head Smoked Turkey for my sandwich along with a slice of Sargento Swiss Cheese. First time I tried the Boar’s Head Pastrami or Smoked Turkey, very good as all Boar’s Head Meat. I served it all on a Healthy Life Whole Grain Bun. I had a side of Ruffle’s Light Potato Chips. For dessert later a Jello Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Pudding topped with Cool Whip Free.
Boar’s Head ALL NATURAL* SMOKED TURKEY BREAST
*No artificial ingredients, minimally processed
• Humanely Raised†
• No MSG Added
• No Nitrate or Nitrite Added††
• No Preservatives
• Raised Without the Use of Antibiotics or Hormones†††
• Vegetarian Grain Fed
Skinless turkey breast that is slow roasted and then lightly smoked in a smoke house. Certified heart-healthy, extra lean, high in protein and preservative free. Try using it for a chopped salad with romaine lettuce, corn, black beans, avocado, dates, green onions and corn bread croutons tossed in a vinaigrette dressing.
CAP-OFF TOP ROUND PASTRAMI
USDA Choice pastrami made in the Traditional New York Style. Coated with black pepper and spices, then slowly smoked for a unique, full flavor. Our Top Round Pastrami is lean, rich in protein, tender and can be served hot or cold.
Tags: Aunt Millie, DV, Ore-Ida, Saturated fat, Serving size, Trans fat, Turkey, Weight Watchers
Today’s Menu: Blackened Turkey and Salami Mini Sub Hogie w/ Baked Fries
Another beautiful Spring Day out again. I think everyone is thankful that it’s finally arrived! Spent part of the day riding around on the 4 wheel mobility cart and down around the lake, its beautiful out. For dinner I wanted something light so I prepared a Blackened Turkey and Salami Mini Sub Hogie w/ Baked Fries.
I used an Aunt Millie’s Whole Grain Mini Sub Bun. Then for my toppings I used Boar’s Head Blackened Turkey, one of my new favorite Boar’s Head Meat Selections. It has a fantastic flavor with some nice heat. Along with the Turkey I also had Kroger Brand Private Selection Hard Salami and a slice of Sargento Ultra Thin Swiss Cheese. For a side I Baked some Ore Ida Crinkle Fries topped with a little Hunt’s Ketchup. For dessert later a bowl of Del Monte No Sugar Added Sliced Peaches.
Aunt Millie’s Whole Grain Mini Sub Buns
Aunt Millie’s brings specialty rolls and buns from the Deli to you. Your sandwich-making occasions can be special occasions, with Aunt Millie’s Deli. Enjoy!
Weight Watchers ® PointsPlus ® Value: 4*
*The PointsPlus ® value for this product was calculated by Aunt Millie’s and is provided for informational purposes only. This is not an endorsement, sponsorship or approval of this product or its manufacturer by Weight Watchers International, Inc., the owner of the Weight Watchers ® and PointsPlus ® trademarks.
Serving size 1 Bun (66g)
Servings per Container 8
Calories from fat 20
Total Fat 2g 3%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 210mg 9%
Potassium 105mg 3%
Total Carbohydrate 32g 11%
Fiber 4g 16%
Tags: Becky, Chowder, Clam chowder, Green Onions, Onion, Potato Bacon Chowder, Sea salt, Sour cream
Today’s Menu: Blackened Turkey on Whole Grain w/ Potato Bacon Chowder
Gorgeous day out today, 79 and sunny! Well while at Kroger early this morning shopping for some ingredients for the Potato Bacon Chowder I was going to prepare later for dinner I came across a new item, Boar’s Head Blackened Turkey. I asked the lady behind the counter if she had tried it and she said they had just put it in the Deli Case very early this morning. So she sliced us both off a piece to try it and its a winner! You taste the Blackened and there’s a nice hint of heat to it. I checked on Boar’s Head web site and it’s not even listed yet. So I ended getting a 1/3 of a pound for sandwiches. For dinner tonight, Blackened Turkey on Whole Grain w/ Potato Bacon Chowder.
For the Sandwich I used the Boar’s Head Blackened Turkey, Hellman’s Light Mayo, French’s Yellow Mustard, Bibb Lettuce, a slice of Sargento Muenster Cheese, and Aunt Millie’s Light Whole Grain Bun. You have to try this Boar’s Head Blackened Turkey, it’s delicious!
Now for the Chowder. The Potato Bacon Chowder came from Mrs. City Boy. I’ve left the original recipe and her web link at the bottom of the post. Thank you Becky, great recipe! I made mine a bit different from the original recipe. I used Oscar Mayer Low Sodium Turkey Bacon, Green Onions, Del Monte Diced New Potatoes, Campbell’s Healthy Request Cream of Chicken, Daisy Reduced Fat Sour Cream, 2% White Milk, and Sea Salt, Ground Black Pepper, and Parsley for seasoning. I omitted the cup of chopped Onions and used Green Onions to give it that Onion taste. I’m just not real big on Onions. To prepare it fry the Turkey Bacon, add Green Onions and saute’ 2-3 minutes. Pour off fat. Add Diced Potatoes and Water. Bring to boil; cover and simmer 10-15 minutes until Potatoes are tender. Stir in Soup and Sour Cream. Gradually add Milk. Add Salt, Pepper and Parsley. Continue heating for a few minutes to allow flavors to mix. There you have it one nice Chowder! Fantastic flavor and it’s got good thickness to it, which I love thick Chowders, Chili and such. this would a good Clam Chowder also. Thank you again Becky! For dessert/snack later Thin Sliced Kahn’s Deluxe Bologna, sliced Cracker Barrel 2% Sharp Cheddar Cheese, and a serving of Ritz Whole Grain Crackers.
8 slices bacon, cut
1 cup chopped onion
2 cups cubed potatoes
1 cup water
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 cup sour cream
1-3/4 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons parsley
Fry bacon, add onion and saute’ 2-3 minutes. Pour off fat. Add potatoes and water.
Bring to boil; cover and simmer 10-15 minutes until potatoes are tender. Stir in soup and sour cream.
Gradually add milk. Add salt, pepper and parsley.
Continue heating for a few minutes to allow flavors to mix.
When I cut my bacon I cut each slice into eighths, but it can be cut bigger or smaller depending on how much you like it dispersed into the soup.
Since I used dried parsley, I used about 1 or 1-1/2 tablespoons rather than the whole 2 the recipe calls for, but again, it’s a matter of taste preference.
Tags: cook, Jungle Jim, Lettuce, Needless, Polenta, Rainbow trout, Snapple, Turkey
Today’s Menu: Boar’s Head Turkey Pastrami Sandwich w/ Anti Pasta Salad
Started the day off by going to my bi-monthly visit to Jungle Jim’s Market. As usual when going there it’s an adventure in grocery shiopping! There are deli’s and then there is Jungle Jim’s Deli, which is incredible! They carry every known Boar’s Head product there is. The produce and meat’s is second to none. I picked up some Purple Potatoes, Polenta, Rainbow Trout and stock up on some Snapple among other things. I also loaded some of that delicious Boar’s Head Meats. Needless to say guess what’s for dinner!
I had a Boar’s Head Turkey Pastrami Sandwich. To make the sandwich I used the Turkey Pastrami, 2 slices of Oscar Mayer Low Sodium Turkey Bacon, Boar’s Head Colby Longhorn Cheese, Boar’s Head Savory Cajun Style Mayo, and Lettuce. Served on Healthy Life Whole Grain Sliced Bread that I toasted. I had a side of Jungle Jim’s Deli Anti Pasta Salad. For dessert later a Yoplait Chocolate/Banana Smoothie.
Tags: Amy, Calorie, Genetically modified organism, Hungry Girl, Mustard (condiment), Organic certification, Serving size, Trans fat
Today’s Menu: Turkey Pastrami & Colby Long Horn Cheese Wrap w/ Cream of Tomato Soup
It was Sandwich and Soup night! I had a Turkey Pastrami & Colby Longhorn Cheese Wrap and Cream of Tomato Soup. I used the Hungry Girl Whole Wheat w/ Flax Foldit Flatbread. Love these Wraps, they taste great and are only 90 calories and 15 carbs. I made the wrap with Boar’s Head Turkey Pastrami. I topped it with Colby Long Horn Cheese, Kraft Low Fat Mayo, and French’s Yellow Mustard.
For the soup I used Amy’s Organic Light in Sodium – Cream of Tomato Soup, which is one of the tastiest Tomato Soup I have ever had from a can. Not only great tasting but it’s only 110 calories and 19 carbs! For dessert later a Jello Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding topped with Cool Whip Free.
Amy’s Organic Light in Sodium – Cream of Tomato Soup
Responding to customer requests, our chefs have created a line of Light in Sodium soups with all the flavor and goodness of our regular soups, but containing 50% less sodium. Contains 340 mg of sodium compared to 690 mg in Amy’s regular cream of tomato soup. No GMOs – No bioengineered ingredients. All dairy ingredients are made with pasteurized, rBST hormone free milk. USDA organic. Certified organic by QAI. Ready serve. Gluten free. This Cream of Tomato Soup is made from organic sun-ripened tomatoes slowly simmered to bring out their natural sweetness. Amy’s dad says it’s the best reduced sodium tomato soup he’s ever eaten. We’re sure that you’ll agree.
Contains 340mg of sodium compared to 690mg in Amy’s regular Cream of Tomato soup.
Ingredients : 0g Trans Fat/No Added MSG/No Preservatives Organic tomato puree, filtered water, organic cream, organic evaporated cane juice, organic onions, sea salt, organic black pepper. Contains milk.
Serving Size: 1 cup
Servings Per Container: ~ 2
Serving Weight: 1 cup
Product UPC: 0-42272-00581-9
Calories: 110 Calories from Fat: 25
Total Fat: 2.5g
Saturated Fat: 1.5g
Trans Fat: 0g
Vitamin A: 20% • Vitamin C: 15%
Calcium: 4% • Iron: 10%