Tyson Anytizers Stuffed Chicken Cordon Bleu Minis

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Tyson Anytizers Stuffed Chicken Cordon Bleu Minis

Looks: Remember how the Pizza Rolls looked like they were singing? Well these Cordon Bleu Bites look like they’re puking their literal guts out. Even after cooling for a few minutes, the filling wasn’t thick enough to remain inside the bites, and instead poured and popped out with every bite. 3.5 out of 5

Taste: I thought they were just ok – the filling didn’t have much flavor and it gummed up my mouth, and the outer chicken sphere was a little dry. My wife, on the other hand, thought they were quite good; she liked the crunchiness of the breading and the cheesiness of the filling. (I already knew she loved cheesy things; she married me, didn’t she? *ba-dum-bum*) 3.5 out of 5

Side note: Over the weekend, I put together a more professional setup for taking these photographs. I built a light tent, purchased some dedicated lighting, and I’ve started experimenting with the advanced features of my camera. Today’s post is the first food picture I took in the new setup. What say you, Internet – is it an improvement?


  1. Eating The Road says:

    I might not have noticed had you not said anything, as there was nothing wrong with your photos before, but yeah…that’s a fantastic shot. Now as far as that “rimshot” joke…not so much 😛

  2. Anonymous says:

    Light tent = definite improvement.

  3. Anonymous says:

    New set up looks great! Why is that front chicken ball floating/hovering in the air though?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Much better, as you won’t get shadows and shiney counters like with the Wendy’s one you did a few posts ago. You might want to get another frosty to see if the lighting tent makes a difference 🙂

  5. Anonymous says:

    Yes, it’s quite an improvement. Thank you…

  6. Anonymous says:

    Much better lighting!

  7. Ben A. says:

    Would it be possible for you to include a picture of the back of the box, so we can check out the ingredients and nutrutional values?

  8. Anonymous says:

    I’ve thought your photography has looked great all along, so I’d have to compare photos side by side to see if there’s a difference. In any case, love your blog! I don’t eat most of this stuff — trying to cut down on processed food — but I still find this very informative.

  9. Anonymous says:

    looks neat, congrats (:

  10. Blurgle says:

    Your pictures were good before, but this is professional grade. Excellent job!

  11. Blurgle says:

    PS: does anyone reading the blog know what Tyson means by “rib meat”?

  12. Shoshizzle says:

    The photo definitely looks more professional than many of your past shots. As for the filling- it definitely detracts the glory of the picture, because it honestly looks a bit like a vomited-up version of the advertised filling.

  13. FoodIRL says:

    Each chicken ball has a slight magnetic charge, so it is being repelled off of the plate by the other pieces of chicken.

  14. FoodIRL says:

    I do have more “Free Frosty” coupons, so I might just do that.

  15. Tasha says:

    Those little chicken balls are horrifying.

  16. Anonymous says:

    I think the filling on the boxes looks even worse. It looks like a particularly full tumour.

  17. Anonymous says:

    Great photo! Could you perhaps also include a super close-up of the food as well as the usual plated appearance?

  18. John says:

    I love this site for quick reviews on what I consider “drunk food”. If these rate a 3.5 overall sober, then under the influence they should be edible, and possibly even down right tasty.

  19. Susan says:

    Do you still sell these? I haven’t seen in any grocery stores

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