- Why Diablo?
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Here’s an experience we’ve all had, perhaps more times than we care to admit: You start your day off with every intention of putting in your time at the office, coming home, and then spending some time in the kitchen preparing dinner for the family—or else getting everyone into the car and heading off for a nice dinner somewhere.
But your day doesn’t go quite according to plan. You arrive home feeling a bit frazzled and tired. The last thing you want to do is cook, and even the thought of leaving the house again to grab dinner is a little unappealing.
You still need to eat, though—and this is the point at which you might be tempted to pull out the Kraft dinners, or else order out for a pizza. And there’s nothing wrong with those choices per se—but what if you want something that’s both relatively low-effort and still utterly exceptional?
If you’ve got a Diablo or two in the freezer, then it’s possible. A Diablo is an extraordinary ingredient all on its own, which means making it perfect requires fairly little from you; just thaw it, fire up the grill, and stand back while the Diablo does its thing. You can have a quick, casual, spontaneous meal prepared for the family in a matter of minutes—and it just so happens that the meal will be the best one any of you have all week, more remarkable even than a night out at the nearest steakhouse.
That’s not to say that there won’t still be nights when a Kraft dinner sounds just fine—but with Fuego Diablo, you have another option: The option to enjoy a totally off-the-cuff, on-the-fly meal that’s completely extravagant and delicious. That’s reason enough to keep a couple of Diablos on hand.