Mooney Farms began as a family owned kiwi farming operation in 1987. They sold their products at the farmer's markets in Northern California. They added in sun dried tomatoes to their productions and their first sale to Price Club South San Francisco changed everything for them. Their Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried tomatoes in Olive Oil & HErbs sold out in a record 4 hours! The sun dried tomatoes and become mainstream and the Mooney Family had the winning recipe! The Mooney Farm has to expand and moved to a larger facility in 1994, located in Chico, California so they could meet the growing demand for their products.
Bella Sun Luci Tomatoes!
We received a variety pack of Bella Sun Luci's Tomato products. The Sun Dried Tomato's in the jars are soaking in olive oil with different delicious herbs and spices to make them each their own. While the Sun Dried Tomatoes in the bags are dry tomatoes with flavor as well.
Chilli Cornbread is a delicious dish, but you ever love a dish so much you eat it often and then you kind of want more out of it? Well, that is kind of my relationship with this dish. So, I decided I would try adding a little bit of the Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomatoes in Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
I browned the ground beef, add the chili seasoning and then two heaping teaspoons of the sun dried tomatoes. I let the tomatoes cook into the meat along with the chili seasoning before putting the dish together. After allowing the tomatoes to cook into the meat, I poured it into the baking dish and poured the cornbread mixture over it, crossed my fingers for a delicious dish and popped it in the oven.
Adding in the Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Tomatoes made the dish taste so much better!! I have made this dish from scratch as well and also added in the sun dried tomatoes and it was even better. We've had great success experimenting with different dishes to add the Bella Sun Luci products to and they have all been delicious. Neither Dan nor myself are huge fans of tomatoes, but you really can't tell it has tomatoes in it, just a nice added flavor to spice up those boring, same old same, dishes.
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I would love to try Bella Sun Luci Sun Dried Julienne-Cut Tomatoes with Herbs and Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Mooney FarmReplyDelete
I would like to try the Pasta Sauce.ReplyDelete
I want to try Bruschetta with Italian Basil Sun Dried Tomato and Extra Virgin Olive Oil!ReplyDelete
I'd want to try the Sun Dried Tomatoes with Italian Basil Julienne-Cut.ReplyDelete
12/26 commented on your Taco Roll-ups recipe post as Salleefur/Jesselyn/JessterReplyDelete
I like the pesto!ReplyDelete
The sundried tomato halves with seasonings and olive oil.ReplyDelete
I would like to try Sun Dried Tomatoes Julienne-Cut (Resealable Pouch).ReplyDelete
I would love to try the Brushetta sun dried tomatoesReplyDelete
Bruschetta with Italian Basil Sun Dried Tomato and Extra Virgin Olive Oil sounds really goodReplyDelete
I would like to try the Sun Dried Tomatoes with Greek Oregano, Basil & Garlic.ReplyDelete
The brochette with Basel looks great! I hope to win!ReplyDelete
I'd love to try the Bella Sun Luci Tomato & Artichoke Pasta Sauce.ReplyDelete
I would like to try the Sun Dried Tomato Risotto.ReplyDelete
I want to try the Sun Dried Tomato Pesto Sauce with Whole Pine Nuts.ReplyDelete
Sun Dried Tomatoes Julienne-CutReplyDelete
I would like to try the California Estate Extra Virgin Olive.ReplyDelete
I learned that the company is located in Chico, California.ReplyDelete