- New Product Release: Brian teases an upcoming new summer sausage variety pack. Hi Mountain Seasonings' already has four summer sausage kits in staple flavors Original, Hunter's Blend, Cracked Pepper 'n Garlic, and Jalapeno. The new variety pack makes it possible for people to experience the different flavors all in one box rather than purchasing them individually. In total, the new variety pack will make 45 pounds of summer sausage. Brian talks about how cost effective it is to make your own summer sausage at home from the meat of your choice. He'll also explain how easy it is to make summer sausage thanks to the thorough instructions included in the kit and why it isn't necessary to have a bunch of equipment to make it.
- Chicken Wings: One of the most popular party snacks in America is chicken wings. The chicken wing is so delicious and beloved that it has had its own day of recognition each year, National Chicken Wing Day, since 1977. In honor of this special day, Hi Mountain Seasonings released a free downloadable recipe book with wing tips and recipes using their products. Brian talks about all the different ways wings can be prepared and the different flavors that can be used to kick up the flavor of these great snacks, like Hi Mountain Seasonings' Spicy Lime Jerky flavor. Plus, he'll highlight their Chicken Wing Bundle that includes a variety of products to flavor and dress up your wings.
- Filling Your Freezers with Home Grown Meat: The rising cost of food is a concerning issue for people all over the country. As outdoorsmen and women, we hunt and fish to fill our freezers. However, hunting and fishing alone often isn't enough to feed a family for a full year without supplementing other meat purchased at a store. Brian talks with Jim and Trav about the benefits of raising your own beef, pork or chicken. It's not as hard or as costly as most people think, plus you have the added benefit of knowing exactly where your meat comes from, the diet it's fed and whether or not it has had any hormones or antibiotics.