Make A Tasty Holiday Dish Using Products From Werling & Sons


Werling & Sons of Ohio is a family owned-and-operated American business—since 1886— that can supply you with high-quality, affordable canned meat to use for your holiday party recipes. Basic meats include beef, chicken, turkey and pork, which are staples of most people’s diets.


When lots of people gather together, they love trying interesting appetizers and finger foods. Why not try some new recipes for an upcoming holiday party? The Werling & Sons’ website has a recipes section where you can find delicious concoctions to delight your dinner guests.


Before sitting down for a Christmas dinner, people like to snack. A popular recipe for Buffalo Chicken Dip uses one 28oz. can of Werling & Sons’ chicken. Mixed with ranch dressing, cheddar cheese, cream cheese, and hot sauce, Buffalo Chicken Dip can be enjoyed by your party guests as they scoop it up with Doritos or corn chips.  The dip is quite tasty and spicy, and it will surely be a hit!


Do you want to make something appealing to a wide variety of people, young and old? You can’t go wrong with the Chicken Salad Supreme. Combine two and a half cups of cold canned chicken from Werling & Sons with celery, grapes, toasted almonds, parsley and more, and it can be used as a snack on crackers or croissants, or as a sandwich option for a holiday lunch or dinner.


Is it cold outside? There’s nothing like a warm beef stew in the wintertime to comfort your guests’ taste buds. Take a can of Werling & Sons’ beef, mixed with one can of water, and create a tasty stew, adding veggies like carrots and potatoes for a healthy and balanced meal.


Canned meats are easy to use—they’ll save you time and effort and help make delicious appetizers, snacks, side dishes and main courses for holiday parties.  In addition, canned meats are a practical gift for the person that has everything; they are high-quality, easy to use, and they fit nicely in a spacious stocking!


If you create a dish of your own using food from Werling & Sons, we welcome you to share the recipe in the comments section!  Happy Holidays to you and your family!

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