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Add a Little Cold Weather Crunch

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We’re just about ready to celebrate every green blade of grass on the baseball diamond. If the cold weather is getting to you, here’s one crunchy rind remedy that you’ll want to hold onto: Pork Roll Ups.

Between the stick-to-your-ribs pork cutlets and the savory taste of Rudolph’s Pork Rinds, this low-carb main dish will make your mouth water. Did we mention that there’s sausage too? Ok, now we bet your mouth is watering! See you on the ball field!

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Celebrate Pork Rind Appreciation Day

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Do you hear it? The crunch heard ’round the world in appreciation of the best tasting pork rind snack around! Pork Rind Appreciation Day is right around the corner. It’s so close you can almost taste it!
Imagine this: It’s finally February 1st. Pork Rind Appreciation Day and, oh yeah, the Big Game too! You’re clutching a shiny bag of Rudolph’s Pork Rinds in your hands and you can see those tasty, salty bites of pigskin just waiting to be devoured. You open the bag and the next thing you know … you’re in pork rind heaven.

Don’t forget to play Pass the Pigskin with former NFL player Ickey Woods and Coach Ditka. Last chance to enter to WIN $3,500 and FREE pork rinds for a year! Hurry, time’s almost up to play and win!

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A Big Crunchy Snack for the Big Game

Unless you’re planning on heading to Arizona for the Super Bowl this year, it looks like you might be spending it on your couch. Hey, there’s nothing wrong with that! As a matter of fact, there are a few benefits to homegating for the Big Game:

1. You can watch the game pants-less. Would the University of Phoenix Stadium let you do the same?

2. You can create an awesome game day menu that rivals any of the food vendors you might see at the stadium (but we do recommend putting your pants back on while you cook).

A little (and easy) preparation goes a long way. Start with Rudolph’s Cheese Bites covered in crushed pork rinds! Follow that up with some easy Beefy Rudolph’s Pork Rind Burgers and some Rudolph’s Peanut Butter Pork Rind Bars and you’re in a pork rind lover’s paradise.


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Ickey Woods Talks Football, Shuffles, and Rudolph’s Pork Rinds

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We’ve been working hard to make sure we share Pork Rind Appreciation Day with everyone! Have you heard? Our Gridiron Greats partnership with spokesman Ickey Woods has been all over the airwaves talking about why you should take part… and how you could win $3,500 as part of Pork Rind Appreciation Day, which happens to be Big Game Day Sunday.


Nothing goes better with the ol’ pigskin than delicious pig skins. Listen as Ickey talks to Fox Sports about Gridiron Greats, Rudolph’s Pork Rinds, and the love of football.


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Add a Little Crunch to Your Holiday!

Stocking stuffers, candy canes and pork rinds … Christmas has never been crunchier! Turn your Ho, Ho, Ho season into a crunchy celebration with the best tasting pork rinds around! Here are 3 fun ways to use Rudolph’s Pork Rind snacks during the holiday season!

1. Create a salty, sweet and crunchy treat for guests to snack on while they visit! Our Chocolate Covered Pork Rinds are the perfect addition to any holiday (and easy to make)!
2. Fill your family’s stocking with their favorite flavor of rind snacks! No need to fight the crowds, make it easy on yourself and order them all online now!
3. Forget the plate of cookies for Santa, he’s looking for a protein packed snack to keep him going all through the night. Rudolph’s Pork Rinds have more protein than peanuts and with zero carbs and no trans fat, you just might get off the Naughty List after all.

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Win $3,500 and a Year’s Worth of Pork Rinds!

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Celebrate Pork Rind Appreciation Day by playing Pass the Pigskin Game with Ickey Woods & Coach Ditka and you could WIN $3,500 and a year’s worth of Rudolph’s Pork Rinds! Each day you play or share our game with a friend, you’ll be automatically entered to WIN!

And as an added bonus, with each store or online purchase of Rudolph’s, Southern Recipe, Pepe’s and Lee’s snacks, we’ll make a donation to Coach Mike Ditka’s Gridiron Greats – a non profit organization whose mission is to support former NFL players in dire need of medical and financial assistance.

What are you waiting for? Play now … and play every day to increase your odds of winning!


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Tailgating … With a Pork Rind Crunch!

It’s estimated that 50 million Americans are proud to call themselves tailgaters. That’s a whole lot of fans in need of food to fuel up for gameday! We’re here to make sure you don’t fumble with your snacking lineup.
Is it just coincidence that you eat pig skin while watching the ol’ pigskin being tossed around? At Rudolph’s, we think not! Just in time for the peak of tailgate season, we huddled up to share this list of tailgate trivia sure to get you pumped up for the big game.

It’s Crunch Time:

• 35% of tailgaters are so dedicated to pregame events that they never even enter the stadium.

• 40% of tailgaters start their festivities 5 hours before kickoff and tailgate 6-10 times per season.

• According to a study by the PR Newswire, the best tailgating cities are Baltimore, Denver, Houston, San Diego and Cincinnati.

• 95% of tailgaters actually prepare food at the stadium.

• It’s not uncommon to eat over 3,000 calories at a tailgate, but did you know that pork rinds are a healthier way to add crunch and flavor to your favorite bites? A serving of pork rinds have 0 grams of carbs, 9 grams of protein and only 5 grams of fat.

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Check out these pork rind recipes you can make with Rudolph’s Pork Rinds for your next parking lot party … or living room celebration.

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Like Pork Rinds … Dove Hunting
is a Family Affair

This year marks the 50th year that my dad and I have gone dove hunting. And believe me when I say it was just as special this year … as ever.
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There is no way to explain just how important the opening day of dove hunting season is in Texas – and the opening day of our 50th year hunting together was no exception. For me, it’s about family more so than the actual sport of hunting.
Nostalgia hits me every time I see the sun come up over the trees. And the frost … The frost on that Texas grass really is something of an oxymoron, as it happens on just a handful of days throughout the year. At 80 years old, my dad loves reminiscing and bonding with Sarah, my youngest daughter. There aren’t too many opportunities like that anymore so I really take advantage of times like those.
It makes me feel lucky to a part of a close-knit Texan family — with such amazing girls that care so deeply about each other and our whole family. How do pork rinds fit into all of this? We are Texas. Rudolph’s and Southern Recipe are at every hunting season, table, cookout and get together. Now it’s your turn. Tell us how you spend time with your pork rind lovin’ family …
Mark Singleton
Rudolph Foods
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5 Reasons Why We Love Truck Drivers

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National Truck Driver Appreciation Week is September 14-20. This is the time to slam on the brakes and acknowledge some of the hardest working men and women in America. We’re revving up our pork rind engines to holding a special Dig My Rig Contest to showcase some of these warriors of the road. By voting for your favorite truck you are automatically entered to win a bunch of Rudolph’s Pork Rinds yourself! In the meanwhile, check out some of the reasons why our heroes of the blacktop deserve honks all around.

  • Truck drivers connect us. Trucks deliver roughly 70% of all US commodities (that includes cracklins too). They are the common link between us and the food on our families’ plates.
  • Truck drivers live to work. Ask any truck driver and they will say that trucking is a lifestyle. They know their job is demanding, but even with the long hours and time away from family, they keep trucking because they love to see sights some people may never see in their lifetime.
  • They make straight A’s. These are licensed professionals who are evaluated on their driving, safety and mileage everyday. They are only allowed on the road alone when they have been certified in the mechanics, safety and systems of their rig.
  • Are we there yet? The average person drives up to 40 miles in a day. The average truck driver drives nearly 600 miles a day – that’s 15 times more. You might ask, “are we there yet?,” when a truck driver says, “we’re just getting started!”
  • Truck drivers made it to the silver screen. Truck driving is a huge part of American culture, so no wonder this career has been showcased in several Hollywood hits! Must have movies for truck drivers include Duel, directed by Steven Spielberg, Smokey and the Bandit, starring Burt Reynolds, Breaker! Breaker!, starring Chuck Norris, and many more.

Crunch on some good ol’ Rudolph’s Bold & Spicy BBQ Pork Rinds (if you don’t have ’em, buy some here) and don’t forget to vote for your fav Dig My Rig truck today.

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Rudolph’s Sweet Over-the-Road Recipe

You’ll “sweeten” up your drive when you make this Rudolph’s Pork Rind Delight recipe! It’s an easy and delicious truck driver snack for the long haul.


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  • 6 ounces Rudolph’s Original Pork Rinds
  • 2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
  • 4 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup and 2 tablespoons butter, melted



Place Rudolph’s Original Pork Rinds in a large baking dish. In a small bowl, stir together the cinnamon and powdered sugar. Drizzle melted butter over the pork rinds while shaking the dish to evenly distribute the butter on all sides of the pork rinds. Sprinkle with the cinnamon and powdered sugar, stirring to coat evenly. Place pork rinds back in their original bag, clip and take on your next road trip!

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