One of the important things I learned at #BBCPhilly this year is to never miss an opportunity to talk to brands. This year, King’s Hawaiian was one of the big sponsors, so I made sure to say hello.
As I chatted with the reps, I found myself reminiscing outloud about the first time I’d had their bread, thanks to Aunt Rhonda’s Mississippi Sin Dip.
Since our families were eight hours away from each other, we lived for the moments when Rhonda was around. Because it usually meant we were drinking and eating and laughing from sun up to sun down. Every day felt like a holiday around her.
Mississippi Sin is my Father-in-Law’s favorite dip, mostly because of the bread Rhonda used. When Rhonda first made it for us, Kings Hawaiian wasn’t sold in any local stores, which made it feel like a special treat even more. Thankfully, it’s in a few of the bigger chain stores in the area, so I was able to make it for Ben’s Dad on Memorial Day.
That is, if the “kids” let Dad have any . . .
Also? Dalton makes weird faces in EVERY photo I take of him.