Earlier this week I had the opportunity to meet up with Girl Carnivore at our local Kroger and put together a recipe for party time sliders – literally right outside the store! It was fun getting to know Kita and learning more about a brand I have grown to love. Kita’s free spirit and outgoing personality is what really makes her THE Girl Carnivore! If you aren’t familiar with her or her blog, well, let’s just say – you should be.
Kita is a food writer and recipe developer who’s knocking down barriers on the food scene and delivering quality carnivorous recipes to aspiring cooks and savory enthusiasts who want to play with food as much as she does. Kita brings top-notch seasonal eats twice weekly showcasing drool-worthy photography and an approachable delivery that inspires curious at-home cooks to take on the challenges of preparing their own meal one recipe at a time. Kita Roberts has been dishing up and writing about good eats since 2010, when she launched PasstheSuhsi.com. Since then, she has been featured all over the web on sites such as Huffington Post | Bon Appetit | FoodGawker | TasteSpotting |Tasteologie | Food Porn Daily | FoodBuzz | Serious Eats |Baking is Hot | Dishfolio | Ladies Home Journal | Girls Life Magazine, to name a few. Kita works with brands like Wisconsin Cheese, Omaha Steaks, McCormick, to provide quality content and recipes for their shared audience and is a Char-Broil All-Star blogger. And is a repeat judge for the Delaware Burger Battle. With a strong social following, Girl Carnivore showcases fresh recipes twice weekly and engages in fun banter with readers on all things under the protein umbrella.
I helped Kita put together some sliders, and I love that you can eat them either like a deli sandwich, or throw them in the oven with some butter and herbs and melted cheese and have a bit heartier of a meal. This would be a great recipe for any get together, or if you need a quick and delicious dinner for your family (think rushing to eat before a soccer or baseball game? BAM! Done in no time!)
We used Prime Fresh meats, which is one of my favorite lunch meats. Not only does Prime Fresh give you that deli quality, but they give it to you in a hurry! Prime Fresh meats are pre-packaged, without that icky-pre-packaged-meat-taste! Deli lunch meat quality and flavor without the deli line?? YES PLEASE!
You can Prime Fresh products at Kroger and other participating stores in the packaged meat section – near Smithfield bacon!
Right now you can print a coupon off their site for $1.00 OFF ANY 2!
INGREDIENTS FOR PARTY TIME SLIDERS:
1 package fluffy dinner rolls or Hawaiian style rolls, about 6 to 12 rolls depending on size
12 slices Prime Fresh Honey Ham or Oven Roasted Turkey
Fresh herbs (chives preferred)
2 TBSP Mayo
Sliced Cheese (cheddar or Havarti)
Sliced red onion
Green leaf lettuce
Find this recipe, and others like it at https://primefreshdeli.com/recipes/