On the 5th of October, during the X-Factor, a new Aunt Bessie’s advert was launched. The spot was created by VCCP and it promotes the new “Home Bake Yorkshires”. The story starts with Mabel, watching her neighbors, as they prepare for serving the dinner. The woman in the house, cuts some roast chicken and through binoculars Mabel observes that there are Yorkshires in the oven. She calls immediately Margaret and tells her all the details about the next door family’s dinner. Margaret is doing some shopping, riding on a mobility scooter but as she hears about the dinner, she decides to stop the shopping. Margaret speeds up through the town on the mobility scooter and gets home really fast.
Upon arrival, the ladies seem to really like the dinner atmosphere and how “roasty” it all looks. Despite the tradition of serving Yorkshire puddings with beef, the Aunt Bessie’s advert, called Scooter, shows that today you can mix up the classy food with anything you want, as long as you like it. It is all about the pleasure of having dinner with your family. The meal looks great and the Yorkshire puddings go with any meat or sauce and it makes a great combination.
The whole look of the new commercial gives us a reason to smile and to get hungry. Aunt Bessie’s products, like the puddings, need only a few minutes to get ready. They are nourishing and wonderfully tasty. A big range of potatoes, carrots, button sprouts, desserts and whole meals, are what the company offers. All the products are rich in nutrients and taste good. Aunt Bessie’s has the nation’s favorite Yorkshires and produces 20 million of them every week. That is quite a number, which shows the love of people for this brand.
With Aunt Bessie’s, the traditions are not changing, they are expanding. As it is always great to have some Yorkshire puddings with beef, but now you can have them with whatever comes through your mind. Only the Yorkshire puddings stay the same as they were back in 1737, when the first recipe of cooking these batter dishes, appeared in a book. Besides the puddings, there are vegetables, pies, sausages and flavor additions produced by the Aunt Bessie’s Limited.
Stay traditional in your own way, chose some of the greatest Aunt Bessie’s delights and create your own dinner tale.
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