Gortons #RealSolutions // Review and Giveaway

Gortons #RealSolutions // Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I have received one or more of the following products for free. This is a sponsored post. 

In our house, we are celebrating the season of Lent leading up to Easter. For our family, this means we eat fish at least twice a week, Wednesday and Friday. It’s not always easy running to the store to buy fresh fish the same day I am going to cook it so I look to Gorton’s. Gorton’s has a huge assortment of frozen fish that I can serve my family. I trust this brand, the product is always consistent which gives me piece of mind and I know when I serve it to my family they will enjoy it.

Of course, I love that the brand is New England based. 🙂

Gorton’s was founded in 1849 by a father-son duo under the name John Pew & Sons. Several years later in nearby Rockport, MA, Slade Gorton founded a fishing business and was the first to pack salt-dried codfish. Gorton’s became a registered trademark in 1875. In 1906, Slade Gorton, John Pew and two other Gloucester fisheries merged into Gorton-Pew Fisheries. When the merger became effective, the company offices were located in the same building where Gorton’s Main Office is located today.

At the turn of the 20th century, Gorton’s Codfish Cakes were a New England staple. A leader in innovation, Gorton’s was the first to develop a frozen convenience food – Gorton’s Fried and Frozen Codfish Fillets. Since then, Gorton’s has introduced countless seafood innovations, like “Fresh Lock” processing in the late 1950s and now-famous Gorton’s Fish Sticks in 1952. More recently, Gorton’s Grilled Fillets and Skillet Crisp items have introduced delicious and innovative ways to enjoy seafood.

Gorton’s has a new product on the market, Gorton’s Artisan Fillets. I have to say these Roasted Garlic & Italian Herb fillets are our new favorite. Wild caught Alaskan Pollack seasoned with chilies, peppercorns, garlic and lemon encrusted with a mixture of Italian breadcrumbs, crushed tortilla chips and Panko breadcrumb. So, now I’m drooling. So right up my ally! Mmmmmm.

gorton's artisan fillets

You can try Gorton’s with your family by visiting Gortons.com {clickable link} and download a coupon, check out the recipes, and explore their entire line of products. Better yet, head over to Gorton’s site {clickable link} and enter the real Solutions Sweepstakes between March 3rd and April 21st.

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You know the jingle, sing it with me! “Trust the Gorton’s Fisherman”

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GIVEAWAY: **Closed**
  • One U.S. winner will receive two (2) full-value product coupons and a Gorton’s Cutting board. Winner chosen via Random.org on 4/20/2014 at 11:59 p.m. EST.
  • EASY ENTRY! Leave a comment telling me what Gorton’s product you want to try if you win! Good Luck!

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About Candice

Candice is a mom of three under 5. Originally from the smallest state of Rhode Island, now living in Connecticut. From working gal to stay-at-home mom, she is walking the path of the Modern Mom.

Comments

  1. I want to try the southern style fillets!
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  2. krystal wethington says:

    I like the beer battered fish.

  3. I’d like to try the Southwest Tortilla.
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  4. The grilled tilipia

  5. Southern Style Fish please 🙂

  6. Mami2jcn says:

    I’d like to try the beer battered fillets.

  7. roasted garlic and italian herb

  8. Roasted Garlic and Italian Herb

  9. Debbie Jackson says:

    I want to try the southern style fillets.

  10. I am most interested in the lemon and cracked peppercorn variety.

  11. Colleen P says:

    I’d like to try their Beer battered Fish filets.

  12. I want to try the Roasted Garlic and Italian Herb

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