Monday, April 12, 2010
Hellman's and Best Foods Mayonnnaise is following last holiday's Real Holiday Helpings Program with a great new site that features real meals and real food: The Real Food Project. Once again, Bobby Flay is providing how-to videos and great recipes.
If you find yourself tempted to break open that packet of ramen noodles because it's dinnertime and you're too tired to cook, STOP! Go visit the Real Food Project for simple but delicious recipes. I've tried making the Italian-Style Baked Crispy Chicken Breasts that I found in the recipes section, and they are so yummy -- and so easy to make! Next up on my list: Hellman's Dijon Pepper Tuna Cakes. There are even coupons you can print and prizes you could win.
Here's a description of the site:
Celebrity chef Bobby Flay and actress/mom Lori Loughlin have teamed up with Hellmann's® and Best Foods® Mayonnaise to unveil the Real Food Project on Hellmanns.com, a comprehensive online resource offering tips and ideas on how to create real meals made with Real Food.
Because videos are great for multi-tasking moms, The Real Food Project features a series of entertaining how-to tutorials, hosted by Bobby Flay, to give us tools and techniques to prepare great-tasting, at-home meals for our families. Just by visiting www.Hellmanns.com, you can access a wide range of recipes, including sandwiches, entrees and side dishes, all designed to please picky palates. There are even chances to win great prizes like a kitchen essentials bundle, Bobby Flay Grill It and Hellmann's® and Best Foods® products by playing the "Wheel of Real" instant win game and entering the Real Food Sweepstakes.
Disclosure: I was entered for a chance to win a Hellmann's® prize package in exchange for this post. No monetary exchange took place. Unless clearly stated, the views and opinions expressed here are my own.