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Food for summer getaways

Make you summer outings enjoyable by packing meals that are delicious and fun to eat. 

Beach-camping with your friends? What’s an overnight camping without a bonfire? Bring out your pre-marinated pork and chicken, wrapped in King Sue Bacon, then get the grill going. Don’t forget the sausages—Hungarian Sausage and Old English Pork Sausage—which, when skewered with onions, bell peppers, and tomatoes, will be a sure hit.

Clockwise: Hawaiian Ham Sliced, Piña Ham Sliced and Old English Pork Sausage

Going on a road trip with the kids? Make sure you have water and juice and, of course, packed food. Dig into your snack box for some crackers, ham and cheese sandwich, or offer them their favorite homemade salad, made of potatoes and greens and diced King Sue Hawaiian or sliced Piña ham, topped with King Sue Bacon Bits and Bacon cubes

If you›re going on a day hike, bring energy food, lots of liquids, and packed meals. Wrap some sandwiches made with King Sue Deli Burger Beef or sliced sweet ham with loads of cheese for that extra protein kick.

If the hotel you›re staying in with the family has a fridge, teapot, or microwave, and a mini-kitchen, you›re in luck, as you can pack some of King Sue Filipino favorites: Chicken and Pork Tocino, Sisig, Chicken Relleno, Garlic Longaniza, and Beef teriyaki and make meals right in the comfort of your room.

Topics: summer , outings , enjoyable , packing , meals , King , Sue Hawaiian , sliced , Piña ham
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