Brunch is ready to go, enjoy with some crusty bread!

Eggs Shakshuka- Neal Brothers Style

Brunch is ready to go, enjoy with some crusty bread!

Brunch is ready to go, enjoy with some crusty bread!

Who does not love a good brunch!? Here at Neal Brothers, we use our products in so many different ways, and this deliciously breakfast staple showcases our pasta sauces with ease. Eggs Shakshuka is a traditionally spicy tomato sauce dish complete with poached eggs, basil, and melted cheese! Top that off with some good crusty bread, and this one wins brunch by a mile.


Serves: 1-3 (dependent on your hunger)

Time: 30 minutes



Ingredients (Left to Right): Chili Flakes, Cayenne Pepper, Oregano, Garlic Cloves, Eggs, Basil, Parmesan, Neal Brothers Organic Arrabiatta Pasta Sauce

Ingredients (Left to Right): Chili Flakes, Cayenne Pepper, Oregano, Garlic Cloves, Eggs, Basil, Parmesan, Neal Brothers Organic Arrabbiata Pasta Sauce


  • Neal Brothers Pasta Sauce, Arrabbiata- 1 to 1.5 cups

Spice Cabinet

  • Oregano- 1.5 Tbsp
  • Chili Flakes- 1 tsp
  • Cayenne Pepper- 1 tsp


  • Garlic- 1 Clove, minced
  • Basil- 1 Sprig
  • Eggs- 3
  • Parmesan- 2 Tbsp

Must Haves

  • Crusty Bread- several slices


  • 6″ Cast Iron Skillet (large enamelled pan)
  • Knife
  • Measuring Spoons



1.Place cast iron skillet on medium-high heat. If using the cast-iron skillet, pre-heat oven to 350F. If not using an oven-safe pan, you will cook the eggs on your stove top only.

2.Mince garlic, saute in pan heated over medium-high heat.

Garlic sautéing in a cast iron pan.

Garlic sautéing in a cast iron pan.

3. Add Neal Brothers Organic pasta sauce (we love the kick of Arrabbiata), chili flakes, oregano, and cayenne pepper. Simmer for 3-5 minutes.

Add Neal Brothers Organic Pasta Sauce (we love Arrabiatta), chili flakes, oregano, and cayenne pepper. Simmer 3-5 minutes.

Add Neal Brothers Organic Pasta Sauce (we love Arrabbiata), chili flakes, oregano, and cayenne pepper. Simmer 3-5 minutes.

4. Add in half parmesan and basil leaves, stir, and simmer 1 minute.

5. Carefully create three holes, crack eggs into the holes.

6. Cook eggs on cooktop (if using a larger non-oven safe pan) until egg whites are set and yolks are still runny.

7. If using a skillet, achieve same goal (as step 5), then with either method gently add parmesan and basil to the dish. The oven takes approximately 8 minutes to get to this point.

Place eggs into oven at 350F for about 8-10 minutes.

Place eggs into oven at 350F for about 8-10 minutes.

8. Continue to cook via stovetop until desired doneness has been reached. *If you prefer runny eggs, like us, then test eggs by gently touching yolks with spoon, you want them to still feel liquid-like underneath the pressure.

9. If using the oven, increase heat to broil (525F) and cook for 3 minutes to melt cheese. Remove from oven from your eggs have reached your desired consistency.

Place parmesan & basil on top of dish and place back into oven on broil (525F) for 2-3 minutes or until desired egg consistency is achieved.

Place parmesan & basil on top of dish and place back into oven on broil (525F) for 2-3 minutes or until desired egg consistency is achieved.

10. Cut up bread, scoop some delicious eggs on there, and enjoy!

Finished brunch- Eggs Shakshuka with Neal Brothers Organic Arrabiatta Pasta Sauce.

Finished brunch- Eggs Shakshuka with Neal Brothers Organic Arrabbiata Pasta Sauce.

Kettle Chip Nachos

Canadian Kettle Chips Nachos w/Dip

It’s that time of year again! Two teams are gearing up to play in Super Bowl LI (51 for those of us who aren’t fluent in roman numerals over ten!) Here at Neal Brothers Foods, we whipped up a delicious, and easy, Super Bowl snack that is sure to impress your guests. Using our delicious kettle chips, which are then covered in sweet and savoury toppings, will make these a go-to snack for any occasion.

Neal Brothers Kettle Chip Nachos

Enjoy these delicious kettle chip nachos anytime, made with Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips (left to right: Himalayan Pink Salt, Maple Bacon, Montreal Steak Spice) and paired with a Neal Brothers Mayonnaise (lime) and sour cream dip!



  • Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips- Himalayan Pink Salt (1/2 bag)
  • Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips- Maple Bacon (1/2 bag)
  • Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips- Montréal Steak Spice (1/2 bag)
  • Nonna Pia’s Balsamic Reductions- Garlic (Garnish)


  • Spanish Onion- diced (1/4 cup)
  • Chives- chopped (1/2 bunch)
  • Jalapeño Pepper- thinly sliced (1 pepper)


  • Smoked Gouda*- shredded (1 block)
  • Sour Cream* (1/2 cup)
  • Neal Brothers Foods Mayonnaise*- Lime (1/4 cup)


  • Bacon*- chopped (4-5 slices)


  • Olive Oil (1 tsp)

Kitchen Supplies

  • Cutting Board
  • Knife
  • Frying Pan, 2
  • Baking Sheet, lined with parchment paper
  • Dip Bowl
  • Spoons, 2

Ingredients! (Pictured: Nonna Pia’s Balsamic Reduction- garlic, Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips- Montreal Steak Spice, Maple Bacon, and Himalayan Pink Salt, Spanish onion, bacon, chives, jalapeño peppers, smoked gouda cheese, sour cream and Neal Brothers Mayonnaise in Lime)


  • Heat oven to 350F.
  • Dice onions, chop chives, and slice jalapeño pepper. Set aside chives and jalapeños.
  • Slice bacon last on your cutting board, set aside.
  • Place onions in pan. We used a cast iron, but any pan will do! If your pan is not non-stick, feel free to add 1 tsp of olive oil. Heat the onions over medium-high heat until they are translucent and start to brown. Keep an eye on these while you prepare the bacon!
  • Place bacon in the second frying pan, and heat over medium to high heat until bacon is browned and crispy.
  • When onions have turned translucent and slightly brown, drizzle 1 to 2 tsp of Nonna Pia’s Balsamic Reduction (we used garlic) over them. Continue to cook until they appear caramelized, and are crispy.
  • Remove bacon from heat once crispy, dry on paper towel.
  • Spread Neal Brothers Kettle Chips in Montreal Steak Spice, Pink Himalayan Salt, and Maple Bacon onto pan and mix to incorporate flavors.
Neal Brothers Kettle Chips

Combine (left to right) Neal Brothers Montreal Steak Spice, Himalayan Pink Salt, and Maple Bacon

  • Sprinkle cooked onions and bacon over chips.
  • Add shredded cheese, as much as you like.
  • Place ½ of the sliced jalapeños on top of the nachos.
Chips Ready for Oven

Mix all the chips, and top with cheese, bacon, onions, and half of the jalapeño peppers!

  • Bake in oven for 5 minutes, and then increase temperature to broil for one minute.
Bake in 350F oven for 5 minutes then broil for one minute (to melt the cheese)

Bake in 350F oven for 5 minutes then broil for one minute (to melt the cheese)

  • While cooking, mix ¼ cup Neal Brothers Mayonnaise (we love lime!) with ½ cup sour cream. Top with ½ chives and drizzle with Nonna Pia’s Balsamic Reduction (we used garlic).
  • Remove chips from oven and top with remaining chives and jalapeños.
  • Drizzle with Nonna Pia’s Balsamic Reduction (we used garlic).
  • Dig in! Grab a chip with all the toppings and dunk it in the dip!
Grab a chip with all the toppings, cover in dip, and enjoy!

Grab a chip with all the toppings, cover in dip, and enjoy!

Vegan Substitution Options (Marked with *)

  • Smoked Gouda Cheese- Substitute with your favorite vegan cheese (we love Sheese Cheese!)
  • Sour Cream & Neal Brothers Mayonnaise Dip- Substitute with your favorite vegan dip (or mix Sheese Cheese Creamy with lime juice and fresh ground black pepper)
  • Bacon- Omit or use your favorite vegan style bacon!

Allergen Alert!

This recipe contains or may contain:

  • Eggs
  • Dairy

Happy Super Bowl!

-Neal Brothers Foods

Kettle Chip Nachos with Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips and Dip featuring Neal Brothers Mayonnaise (in lime)!

Kettle Chip Nachos with Neal Brothers Foods Kettle Chips and Dip featuring Neal Brothers Mayonnaise (in lime)!


Give a Little Goodness this Holiday Season!

With the holiday season fast approaching,FullSizeRender everyone’s free time seems to go from slim to none. But between batches of holiday goodies and scratching things off your gift list, it’s important to spend some time giving back to those less fortunate and spreading that goodness to as many people as possible.

Peter and Chris Neal believe that everyone deserves to have access to good, healthy food. This belief is what inspired Goodness, the Neal Brother’s self-published cookbook featuring 37 food fighters from across Canada. Each of these food fighters’ stories underlines one simple truth: food has the power to enrich lives and build strong ties within communities. The Neal brothers want to spread this message to all communities and you can help by giving the gift of Goodness this holiday season.

This inspiring cookbook comes beautifully wrapped and signed by the authors. With the inspiring stories of Canadian food fighters, it truly is the perfect gift for the foodie in your life who wants to make a difference in their community. You can even tell them they’ve already begun making a difference – 50% of the proceeds from Goodness sales will go directly towards Community Food Centres Canada (



Neal Brothers Foods is a proud supporter of Community Food Centres Canada, an organization committed to bringing people together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food. You can spend time volunteering with Community Food Centres Canada this holiday season through their numerous volunteering opportunities. By spending a little bit of time giving back to others and spreading that goodness, you’ll realize how much you have to be thankful for.

Good Food. Good People. Good Community. #Goodness


Five Tips to Start the Holiday Season

December 1st marks the first day of the last month of the year, but it also marks something else – the beginning of the holiday season! Here at Neal Brothers the holidays are the best time of year, there’s plenty of good company,
festive cheer, and of course tons of delicious foods. Everyone has been anxious to get the holiday festivities started, but now that it’s finally here, where do you start?

Here are the Neal Brothers tips for getting the holiday season started! Most seem to revolve around food (can you blame us?)Christmas tree branch with snow and gift box. Top view

Give the Gift of Food

It can be hard to come up with the right present for someone, but one thing that everyone loves is food. Whip up some holiday goodies for a heart-felt homemade gift, make a compilation of your all-time favourite recipes, or write down some precious memories of you and them cooking together. A gift from the heart is always appreciated, and as the saying goes, “The best way to a person’s heart is through their stomach”!

Don’t be Afraid to use those Fancy Holiday Dishes

Whether they’re bright seasonal colours or decorated with fun holiday designs, your plates and dishes can add something unique to traditional decorations that will turn any meal into a festive feast! Reds, greens, purples, and blues will bring some of the winter season to your table and will have your guests feeling the joyous holiday spirit.


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Add Some Colour to your Table

One of the best parts of the holiday season is all of the beautiful colours, so don’t be afraid to bring those stunning hues to your table. Light colours such as blues, whites, and greys with pops of dark colours like cranberry, forest green, and plum purple will make the winter season come to life.

Bake Some Tasty Holiday Treats

Shortbread cookies, gingerbread houses, eggnog cheesecake, chocolate fudge, powdered snowballs, the list goes on. Whipping up those holiday treats can be a fun activity for kids and parents to do together, not to mention you’ll create some lasting memories that you’ll cherish for years.  Food is a big part of our holidays and we all know good food equals happy people. So make sure you stock up on Neal Brothers goodies before any holiday party – people will be raving about the food until next December!


Give Back to Others

Last but certainly not least (in fact it’s one of the most important), spend some time giving back to the less fortunate to remind yourself and your children of the real meaning of the holidays. Canadian Food Centres Canada offers plenty of volunteering opportunities and is committed to providing healthy food to build good health and strengthen communities. This holiday season check out CFCC’s website (  to see how you can give back. You’ll realize how much you truly have to be thankful for all while spreading some joy to those who could use it most.

So, get out there and spread that holiday cheer – with these tips you’ll be ready for the holidays before you know it. Seasons greetings!


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Happy Thanksgiving to our Friends in the South

While the Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone, American Thanksgiving is just around the corner. So to our friends in the south: that means there will be a plethora of good food and good company in your future. The Neal Brothers believe that traditions are an important part of the thanksgiving holiday – and one of their favourite traditions is gathering around a table of delicious food and giving thanks with friends and family.

Even though it’s important to keep traditions going, spicing up old family recipes is a great way to add a new twist to an old favourite. The Neal Brothers have come up with a few recipes that will add some zest to your meal. Mixing in some all natural and gourmet flavoured Neal Brothers products will add a tasty kick to your holiday dish and will leave your guests begging for your secret ingredient.

The holidays are for family time, not a time to be stuck in the kitchen preparing an extravagant meal. So take a page from the Neal Brothers’ book and sub in some of these recipes to make your thanksgiving a little bit more effortless. These tips and tricks will make whipping up a gourmet meal much easier – they’re quick, easy and unbelievably delicious.

Quick Tips:

  • Mix some crushed Neal Brothers Maple Bacon Kettle Chips into your sweet potato casserole base then add a sweet and savory topping made with crushed pecans and crumbled Neal Brothers Maple Bacon Kettle Chips. (They also make the perfect crunchy topping for your green bean casserole)

Sweet Potatoe

  • Make your classic mashed potatoes light, airy and decadent by whipping in Neal Brothers Truffle Mayonnaise and chopped chives


  • Mix Neal Brothers Pink Himalayan Salt Kettle Chips into your stuffing for an extra crunch


  • Add some zest to your butternut squash dip by adding in some Neal Brothers Lime Mayonnaise


  • Make your vegetables come to life by topping with melted mozzarella, crushed Neal Brothers Pink Himalayan Salt Kettle Chips and sprinkled with rosemary


  • Add some delicious new flavors to your roast with a garlic, herb and Neal Brothers Montreal Steak Spice crust

Roast Beef

  • Finish your holiday meal off with a one-of-a-kind Neal Brothers Spicy Srirachup Kettle Chip and Multigrain Pretzel Nugget chocolate bark

Chocolate bark

Our Team!

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Meet Marjo


How long have you been at Neal Brothers and what do you do here?

I am coming up to ten years in the spring. I am the sales director for all of Québec. I do a little of everything from sales, account management, brand management, marketing, consumer relations, HR,  the list goes on and on.

Why do you love working for Neal Brothers?

It’s a very family oriented company, I love that. The brothers and my fellow colleagues have become family over the years, I cannot imagine working anywhere else.

Also the FOOD, I love food and working for a company that believes in ‘really tasty’ and ‘good for you’ products is where I was meant to be.

Tell us one of your favourite stories from working for Neal Brothers.

The absolute best thing has been to be able (or given the trust from Neal Brothers) to choose/ hire the most perfect individuals and build a dream team. These folks aren’t just co-workers but personal friends that get together for all kind if activities outside of working hours.


What would you say is the most adventurous thing you have ever done?

I was 19 or 20 and I didn’t have a job at the time so friends and I drove to Florida for an extended vacation. I got a job serving in a restaurant and one of the other employees asked if I wanted to make some extra money. I thought ‘of course’ and somehow got myself involved in a group called ‘battle of the sexes” where males and females would wrestle in full costume for people to bet on.

Wow, really? 

Yes, I even had a stage name ‘Natasha from Russia’. I actually had a superfan that wrote me a letter once. I might even still have the letter somewhere.

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What’s your day off look like?

Spending time with my two boys, Julian and Henri. I am a full-fledged soccer mom and proud of it. I’m even thinking of joining a woman’s’ soccer league next summer. I drive a Neal Brothers branded car, wrapped in potato chip graphics but on the inside it’s just full of kid’s sports equipment.

We are a pretty active family and I love to jog and go for hikes, enjoying this country’s beautiful landscapes.

What’s your Goodness?

Every year at this time, I have my boys go through their things and pick out toys that they would like to pass along to someone who might like it. Our local fire department holds a used toy drive and the boys will take their gently used toys over to them for donation.

Personally my ‘goodness’ is doing anything I can to help my friends and community, mostly based around food…since that’s what I love most. Whenever one of my friends is sick or their kids are ill I will bring over a home cooked meal to help out. I have also done this for all my friends when they first brought home their newborns.

Where is your favourite place to wine/dine in your city and why?

Well for me it’s wherever my loved ones are. My girlfriends and I always take advantage of MTL à Table. This is like Toronto’s Winterlicious where you can take advantage of Montreal’s best restaurant for a fraction of the cost.

As for the ‘wine’ part. I will go anywhere that Freddie James Project is playing, usually at the Calistoga Grill near my house. They are a jazz/blues/R&B cover band that gets everyone up dancing.


What’s your favourite Neal Brothers product and how do you eat it?

Pink Himalayan Salt popcorn is our family’s favourite. The four of us will hit the couch with our Neal Brother’s popcorn and a classic film, like Forrest Gump – even my 4 year old loves this one.


What would be your last meal? (Don’t hold back)

My mom would have to cook, she is my favourite chef! A filet mignon with mushrooms and onions, some turnip, buttered green beans and a nice glass of merlot. Also some of my mom’s incredible apple crumble…with a scoop of ice cream of course!


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Throw the Best Halloween Party around with Neal Brothers Foods

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Halloween is just around the corner and there’s so much to get ready! You’ve got to think about costumes, trick-or-treating routes, parties, scary decorations, and most importantly – tasty snacks! The Neal Brothers are here to tell you how to be the best host, or guest, at every Halloween party this year!

(Hint: the best parties all have delicious food)


During this time of year people are looking to let loose, come up with creative costumes, and chow down on some mouth-watering snacks.  While Halloween candy is bought by the barrel in fall, too much of it will leave you with a terrible tummy ache and many contain scary ingredients. If you’re hosting a Halloween party put out some delicious Neal Brothers snacks to give your guests the best treats around. From our popcorn, tortilla chips and salsa, kettle chips, and pretzels, there will be something for everyone.


Add a little festivity to the snack by presenting them in a hollowed out pumpkin or by throwing in some fake spiders and eyeballs, it will make every snacker jump and have your guests laughing all night!


So stock up on some Neal Brothers snacks and give your guests some treats they won’t soon forget!



Bonus Tip: Dress up as your favourite snack food this halloween! Witches, vampires, and animals are always overdone…we guarantee no one will have the same costume as you if you go as your favourite snack! So weather its chips, popcorn, pretzels or some salsa, add a bit of creativity to your costume and you’ll be the centre of attention all night long – people will love it!

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Header image taken from Google Images. 

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Making Lunch FUN Again – and Healthy!

We love Autumn! The beautiful colours, the changing of season and of course – kids are back at it with school, after school programs and well, things won’t be slowing down anytime soon. This time of year is busy and parents are trying to figure out what to cook up for their families. As every parent knows packing your child’s lunch can be a real chore and coming up with exciting and creative snacks every day can start to feel next to impossible. Before you know it you’ll be hearing “Leftovers again, that’s boring!” However, preparing lunches that are healthy, fun and filling doesn’t have to be difficult!

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We’ve come up with a few tips and tricks for packing yummy school lunches that you AND your kids will love.
Creating extravagant lunches has become a trendy (and time consuming) task but more often than not, your child wants something simple. That’s why we are fans of the classics – with a twist of course.

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Here are some Neal Brothers approved tips for your child’s lunch:

Spicy Thai Tuna Sandwich – Tuna mixed with Neal Brothers Sriracha Mayonnaise, chopped cilantro, sesame oil or sesame seeds topped with red cabbage for some crunch. Spread onto plain bread.

Gourmet Truffle Sandwich – Neal Brothers Truffle Mayonnaise spread onto a ciabatta bun, topped with fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, spinach or basil, parmesan and a balsamic drizzle.

Lime Mayo Chicken Wrap – Rotisserie chicken and coleslaw, topped with sunflower seeds and corn.
o Coleslaw: cabbage, cilantro, lime juice, Neal Brothers Lime Mayonnaise

Turkey Club – Bacon, avocado, turkey, tomato and lettuce on rye with Neal Brothers Classic Mayonnaise.

Truffle Egg Salad – Copped hard boiled egg mixed with Neal Brothers Truffle Mayonnaise, chopped celery and chopped onion, seasoned with salt and pepper, on plain bread.

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With these tasty recipes your kids will be the envy of the other students – and the teachers!
And for a once in a while treat, add a side of Neal Brothers Kettle Chips to add some crunch to their lunch.

From our family to yours.


Our Team!

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Meet Paul;


How long have you been at Neal Brothers and what do you do here?

13 years this October and I am the VP/GM of Operations.

And what does that mean exactly?

Well I do many things from accounts receivable and inventory flow to logistics and warehouse manager but am also a general manager to most of the staff in the office. I wear many hats

Why do you love working for Neal Brothers?

For the most part, I love the people I work with. In my opinion, that’s the most important thing. Surround yourself with good people and it will never feel like work.

My family owned an IGA in King City so I grew up in the grocery world.

I just love working in the food industry and seeing the new inventive products hitting the shelves.

Any other reasons?

I prefer working for a family run business than a publically traded company for many different reasons. The main one being that we can address problems right away and make changes quickly.

Most importantly, Peter and Chris Neal create a real team atmosphere. It feels like working with family.

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Paul’s brother Mike, Paul and his best friend 1992.


Outside of work, what would you say was something that lead you to where you are now?

I coached hockey for years.  Mostly Peewee (13-14 year olds). When I was coaching they made some significant changes to the rep leagues in Ontario. Zone triple A was formed which brought the best of certain areas onto one team.  You have to remember that these were kids that were used to playing against each other and were now forced to play on the same team.

It really tested my leadership skills but we came together and managed to win the OMHA championships, and a few other major tournaments.

It’s very cool to look back on. I was only 23 when I was coaching and now these kids have all grown up. Some ended up playing professionally and some just went on to have amazing careers both in and out of sports.

It really did set me up to becoming more of a leader inside and outside my career.

Richmond Hill-Vaughan Kings AAA Hockey Association 1991-1992

Richmond Hill-Vaughan Kings AAA Hockey Association 1991-1992


What’s your day off look like?

Sleep! Haha. No, really it is mostly spending time with girlfriend Joanna and  my 4 kids. I also love to mountain bike and play tennis when I get a chance.

One of my favourite things to do is explore Ontario’s small towns and try to find the best restaurants, festivals and trails that this province has to offer.


What’s your Goodness?

I always support cancer research fundraisers both local and national. Like many of us, we have had too many close relatives affected by the disease.

My kids are heavily involved in Relay for Life and I try to support as much as I can.

I still try to stay involved with local sports.

Where is your favourite place to wine/dine in your city and why?

There are so many it’s hard to choose.

We love the Peter Cellar’s Pub at the Mono Cliff Inn, it’s this cozy and intimate place in the middle of nowhere. The food is amazing.

We also love McCarty’s and Land and Fire in Caledon.

It’s so fun to discover these places tucked inside our small towns.

What’s your favourite Neal Brothers product and how do you eat it?

I would have to say corn salsa and blue corn tortillas with flax. I will never pass up a good nacho plate!

What would be your last meal? (Don’t hold back)

A huge steak with a side of back ribs, throw on a shrimp skewer or two. Wash that down with a cold import lager or local craft beer and finish off with a slice of chocolate cake a la mode (make it chocolate).

Our team!

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Meet Karen; 


Hey Karen, how long have you been at Neal Brothers and what do you do here?

Two years ago I started on order desk as a seasonal employee and this past January began my full time role as a MCB and pricing administrator

In Lehman’s Terms?

In short, I keep track of budgets and manage retail promotions with some brand management thrown in there.

What is the most memorable milestone in your career so far?

While working at The Stop’s Night Market in 2015 I ate the most incredible waffle.



What would you say is the most adventurous thing you have ever done?

In 2014 I spent 2 months in Peru completing my final University internship. I fell in love with South America and went back in 2015, backpacking my way across the continent for 4 months. I climbed Machu Picchu for the second time, went whale watching in Ecuador, ate my weight in steak in Argentina, and spent 3 days on the salt flats in Bolivia.

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What’s your day off look like?

Spending time at my friend’s farm with our dogs or more recently throwing axes at a target in a league. I am also training for a half marathon in October.

What’s your Goodness?

I volunteer at Dog Tales. A rescue centre just outside of Newmarket


What do you do there?

I walk, play and snuggle with dogs that are waiting for their ‘forever homes’

Where is your favourite place to wine/dine in your city and why?

Joia, an Italian eatery in Aurora, ON. They have THE MOST delicious thin crust pizza.

What’s your favourite Neal Brothers product and how do you eat it?

Srirachup kettle chips…and to answer the second part, the entire bag at once.

What would be your last meal? and don’t hold back. 

A giant bowl of mashed potatoes and the biggest, rarest steak.