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Every cook and kitchen are unique and there are often a myriad of ways to prepare that perfect dish. But we know that sometimes when you’re trying something new it can help to have a good starting point. These cooking instructions and tips will help you get the most out of your Hagberg’s creations. As always, we’d love to hear your cooking methods, too. Please fee free to share!

Hagberg’s Meatloaf. Comfort Food With A Delicious History!

When it comes to comfort food, everybody has their favorites. But a classic dish that makes just about everyone’s list is meatloaf! In fact, Hagberg’s meatloaf has been bringing delicious comfort t…

How To Cook Hagberg’s Meatballs

Want To Know What’s In Our Italian Meatball Mix? Fugettaboutit! Hagberg’s meatball mix is one of those items in our meat case that we don’t often talk about. But now that we’re deep into comfort fo…

How To Cook A Hagberg’s Chuck Roast

A beef chuck roast is a cut from the exercised shoulder area of the cow. A beef chuck roast is a beautiful cut of meat with superb marbling but take care when cooking because it can be tough if not…

How To Cook A Hagberg’s Bacon

If you’re a Hagberg’s bacon connoisseur, you probably have your favorite flavors and your favorite way of cooking it, too. But we get a lot of early adopters who need a little instruction on how to…

How To Cook A Hagberg’s Fun Guy Joe

We put the “Fun” in fungi. (Along with some other delicious ingredients.) Hagberg’s Fun Guy Joes are a unique creation of meaty mushroom caps stuffed with Joe’s Italian Sausage, the authentic Joe T…

How To Cook A Hagberg’s Cubano

The Cubano is a Hagberg’s original and is one of the most popular specialty items in the meat case. The sandwich of the same name may inspire it, but you’ll find this Cubano creation in the meat ca…

How To Cook A Picanha

Picanha translates to rump cap or top sirloin cap with the fat intact. And that’s important because the fat produces a lush coating of flavor and juiciness, and it actually can protect the meat whi…

How To Cook Hagberg’s Dressing Stuffed Pork Chops

Our Dressing Stuffed Pork Chops start with expertly trimmed Minnesota premium Duroc pork chops stuffed with Hagberg’s sage and onion stuffing. Duroc is a premium pork with superior marbling and an …

How To Cook Hagberg’s Cousin Vinny

You’ll enjoy this “new” Italian classic in just a half hour. Our Cousin Vinny is a Hagberg’s original developed around the authentic Joe Tucci Italian sausage recipe from the old neighborhood in Ea…

How To Cook Mashed Potato Stuffed Pork Chops

This easy-to-make-at-home meal has become a customer favorite. Hagberg’s Mashed Potato Stuffed Pork Chops are pork chops stuffed with mashed potatoes, topped with a little cheese, and sprinkled wit…

How To Cook Hagberg’s Skinless Chicken Thighs

Hagberg’s marinated boneless skinless chicken thighs have quickly become a very popular item from our meat case. (Make sure you make it to the end of the meat case to find them basking in the…

How To Cook Hagberg’s Jerry’s Fingers

Hagberg’s Jerry’s Fingers are strips of beef tenderloin wrapped with Hagberg’s own double-smoked bacon and coated with an earthy yet mild cayenne seasoning. It’ll ROCK your world! To cook, pl…

How To Cook Mashed Potato Stuffed Chicken Breasts

The concept is simple, but the flavor is extraordinary! Our Mashed Potato Stuffed Chicken Breast is just that – A chicken breast stuffed with mashed potatoes. But we don’t stop there. A layer of mo…

How To Cook Hagberg’s Phil’s Bombs

Inspired by the legendary bass player Phil Lesh, these bombs will strike a massive chord and get your taste buds thumping. Hagberg’s Phil’s Bombs are jumbo mushrooms stuffed with Hagberg’s ow…

How To Cook Hagberg’s Brats

To boil or not to boil? Or bake? The answer is yes. No-boil method: Remove from wrap (thaw if frozen) and place it on a hot grill. The key to the no-boil process is to go low and slow. Keep the hea…