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Cross Country Steak
[Submitted by Shanna Brown on 9/25/2008 5:47:05 PM]

Since the age of 10, I can remember my parents grilling up these flavorful pieces of deliciousness called No Name Steaks. Over the years we would grill them at least once a week and I soon fell in love with them. At the age of 22, I joined the Navy and left Minnesota...well over 6 years later I still cannot wait for my once yearly visit to Minnesota so I can enjoy those yummy steaks from heaven! In fact, the first thing I want to eat when I get home is a No Name Steak! I recently brought my boyfriend back with me and had to introduce No Name to him as well, we just do not have these over on the East Coast. He loved them so much that he cannot wait to order some on-line! Welcome to Maine NO NAME!

A Kid & his Steak
[Submitted by Mike Henderson on 1/1/2008 7:09:07 PM]

As a kid, I remember always going to the butcher shop with my Mom - the little neighborhood store where No Name Steaks were born! At 5 years old, I thought they were the greatest tasting steaks ever. We didnt have much money to get them very often, but when we did, you always knew Mom was going to make a great dinner - baked potatoes, corn-on-the-cob, salad, etc. To a 5 year old, it was better than going to a restaurant! Now at age 35, I get to share my own experience with my 5 year old daughter, who loves it when we make No Name Steaks. One of these days, I will have to bring her to that little neighborhood store, but until then, she (as with the rest of the family) love a good home-cooked dinner that involves No Name Steaks!

Falling Steak
[Submitted by Mike Ellingson on 11/27/2007 9:29:00 AM]

I first encountered No Name when I was helping my parents move. I was trying to put their refrigerator on a dolly, to move it out of their kitchen, and the freezer door unexpectedly opened and a box fell on my big toe. I let out a yelp because it really hurt and picked up the “culprit” box. And, you guessed it; it was a box of No Name Original Steaks. I yelled to my mom, “What are these steaks in your freezer?” She came into the kitchen and I explained what happened. She proceeded to tell me that the box that landed on my foot held the greatest steaks EVER! Tender and juicy all the time. She told me to take the box home and try them for myself (this was her payment for me spending two days helping them move). When I got home that night, I put one on my grill…and discovered it for myself…No Name Steaks are excellent! I guess it’s true what they say, “mother knows best!” Thanks for producing such a quality product!

Catch of the Day
[Submitted by Patty Johnson on 11/27/2007 9:30:49 AM]

My husband and his buddies went up north for a guys fishing weekend. A couple of my girlfriends and I decided to have a girls weekend while they were away. Since we all love seafood and our husbands never seem to bring any back for us, we decided to have our own fish dinner. I had heard about No Name Steaks before but when I went to the grocery store to find some fish, I discovered that you also had seafood. So, I bought a couple of boxes of salmon – the rest is history!!! I will never complain again that my husband doesn’t bring any fish home from his guys weekends…I have found the best fish in the frozen section of my grocery store. Thank you – from the women whose husbands fish but don’t share their catches!

Family Reunion
[Submitted by Chris Braun on 11/27/2007 9:31:42 AM]

Every 4th of July, we have a family reunion at a park near my hometown. And, every year we have a big cook out for the event. Last year, I was asked to bring the hot dogs…usually I make cookies or a salad so I was thinking, “yes…I have an easy job this year!” But, when I went to the store I was confronted by about fifty different varieties and/or brands of hot dogs – suddenly, I was stressed. I always make meals from scratch and rarely eat hot dogs. How do I know which ones are good?!?! After spending a good 15 minutes studying the options, another woman came over and grabbed a package of No Name Wieners. I decided to ask her if she normally buys that product and if she would recommend them for my family reunion. She told me that they were the greatest wieners and that she knew that everyone in my family would not be disappointed. I took this strangers advice and bought 15 packages! The next day was the reunion – I was still feeling a bit stressed…but as the wieners were grilled, placed on buns and put into the hungry mouths of my family…I quickly learned that I had made a great decision. Everyone, from my grandmother to my niece raved about the wieners. I just had to try one myself. I did and now, I actually take a break from making every meal from scratch and we eat these very often at my home. Great job and thank you for helping me with my family reunion cook-out dilemma!