If you know me then you know that I’m not a fan of cooking. And really, when it comes down to it, I’m the kind of person that likes making easy meals, but I still want them to be hearty and filling. So I guess you could almost compare me to a lumberjack in that way. Easy, but hearty and filling meals.
So, if you’re like me, then you too are like a lumberjack, which by they way lumberjacks don’t just chop wood ya know. Years ago a lumberjack might have been known as a big burly man who spends his days chopping wood, carrying his axe around. But not anymore. Now lumberjacks are usually sporting freshly groomed beards, nice fitted flannel shirts, and those really cool carpenter boots that you knoooow they aren’t really putting to use. My friends, I introduce to you the lumbersexual -I’m completely serious.
Thanks to Hormel Foods Dinty Moore® stew we can all have our easy to make yet satisfying lunch in minutes. Dinty Moore products aren’t just useful for quick lunches, they make great add ins for a more gourmet meal. And, although I told you I’m more of an easy meal kind of gal, I thought it would be fun to show you other ways to use Dinty Moore beet stew in your dinners.
Shepard’s Pie Bites
2 cans Dinty Moore beef stew
1 can of biscuits
Salt and petter to taste
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees (F).
Lightly grease a muffin pan and place the biscuits into each cup, pressing them into the bottom and sides.
Evenly spoon the Dinty Moore beef stew into each biscuit cup, and then place in the oven.
Bake for 11-15 minutes or until everything is fully cooked.
If you’re interested in seeing a lumberjack in action tune into the STIHL Timbersports Series U.S. Pro and Collegiate Championships on July 15th, in Chicago, sponsored by the makers of Dinty Moore stew.
This post is sponsored by the makers of Dinty Moore but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.