May 2020 - Premio Foods



5 Tips for Creating the Perfect Hoagie

After originating in Philadephia, the hoagie sandwich became an instant classic. These sandwiches, which can also be referred to as subs, torpedos, Italians, grinders, and a variety of other names, don't really have a clear history. There are at least four theories, though, with the most popular one claiming that they came about during the World War I era when Italians worked in the Hog Island shipyard. This theory explains that they were the ones who introduced the "Hog Island sandwich," which later came to be known as a "hoagie."

How to Create a Hoagie

If you're missing the hoagies from your favorite hoagie shop, we've put together five tips on how you can create the perfect hot or cold hoagie at home!
  1. Bread: Since bread is your base layer, you... Read more
Cracking Egg in Bowl

Helping Mom in the Kitchen for Mother’s Day

With Mother's Day just around the corner, you might already be thinking about gift ideas—whether it's for your own mother, your wife, sister, aunt, or friend—but aren't sure where to begin. After all, you've probably given lots of gifts over the years ranging from flowers and cards to chocolates. Well, nothing expresses love more than actions! So, this year, how about showing the moms in your life just how much you care by giving the gift of time and effort in the kitchen? Here are five heartfelt ways you can celebrate the moms in your life this Mother's Day by helping in the kitchen. If you don't live with your mother or the motherly figure in your life and aren't able to see her in person right now, keep these ideas in the back of your mind for when you're reunited!

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Enchilada with Sour Cream

4 Recipe Ideas to Spice Up Your Cinco de Mayo

Just because you have to spend Cinco de Mayo at home doesn't meant you can't host a fun celebration with your family—you can even invite your friends to join a virtual Cinco de Mayo potluck! After all, who doesn't love celebrating with drinks and Mexican food? To help you celebrate this fun holiday, we put together some quick sausage recipes to incorporate into your fiesta.

1. Bold Sausage Tacos

You can't have a Mexican feast without tacos! For tacos with a twist, try our Bold Sausage Tacos. They feature our Premio Hot Italian Sausage Meat along with a mixture of chili beans, corn and diced tomatoe... Read more