Hot dogs, chips, and salsa at home

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That’s my favorite salsa…  it’s Mrs. Renfro’s Mango Habenero salsa.  It’s really spicy, and a bit sweet.

The potato chips are the yellow “Santitias” chips.   Santitas are the generic chips that are made by Frito Lay.  One of my friends from college used to tell mem about them.  (He was a chemical engineer that used to work on the “baked” formulas at Frito Lay.)

The Hot Dogs are Ball Park, the “singles”, which I find are pretty convenient for “the single guy.”  Throw them in the microwave, wrap them in a paper towel, and heat them for 30 seconds, and you’re done.

Though, sometimes they explode.  That made me start thinking about the old Ball Park Franks expression–“they plump when you cook ’em.”   I wondered if their marketing department ever thought that this may be a negative unintended consequence of the marketing line. 

“Yeah, ball parks…  They’re great and all, but they plump when you cook them…”  :-/

These are the kind of thoughts that kept me out of the really good schools…

About jkiszka

Joe grew up between the suburbs of Chicago, IL; San Antonio, TX; and in Columbus, IN. He went to Purdue where he studied Engineering. Soon after, he moved to Dallas, TX and worked as a field salesperson for a few different manufacturing companies. In 2016, he left the world of manufacturing to work at Southwest Airlines. In his free time, Joe enjoys listening to music, 3D modeling, playing with Arduino boards and Raspberry Pis, playing board games, being an amateur mixologist, watching sports, and (of course) eating too much food. (Please note that opinions expressed on this blog are those of Joe, and not of Southwest Airlines.)

Posted on September 17, 2011, in American, Lunch, Mexican / Tex-Mex, Year of Food and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.

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