In the fall, my son will be taking Culinary Arts for one of his classes at school. You'd think that maybe he signed up for this class because he has an interest in cooking as a future career, or maybe he wants to head off to college knowing how to feed himself something that resembles real food but you'd be wrong on both counts. He chose that class because they make bacon-wrapped sausage and get to eat it. Can you imagine? Bacon-wrapped sausage. It's every meat-eating, teenage boy's culinary nirvana.
So obviously my son's choice in food is of the simple and full-of-meat variety. Take, for example, his choice from the grocery store the other day:
They don't seem to have this particular variety on their website, at the moment, but they do have other limited edition flavors, if you want to hop on this train as well. I'd check your local grocery store if you are interested in the same one that Sprog chose, they might just have it, even if it's not listed on the web yet.
These particular Hot Pockets come without the crisping sleeve and are a serving of two mini meat and cheese filled buns at once. Both he and my husband liked them so I guess I'll be grabbing some more at the store to keep on hand as a snack, before they are gone, dumb suckering marketing ploy. *sigh*
(Photo from: me)