Sunday, August 12, 2012

Giveaway and Review Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce

I was really excited when Country Bob's asked me to review their All Purpose Sauce.  The weather is perfect to grilling and I love to try new foods.




Here is some information from the Country Bob's website
It was 1968 when Country Bob Edson perfected his sauce recipe and today we call it All Purpose Sauce because it was more than just a steak sauce. Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce has remained the flagship item since 1982 when Country Bob, Inc. was established.

I thought I would try something simple and easy just to get the full flavor and taste of the sauce.  So I decided to grill some non-marinated chicken breasts.  I had pounded the chicken breasts thin so they would cook quicker but that was all I did to them.  I cooked them on the grill for for about 8 minutes per side, then I basted one side with the Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce and let it cook for about 2 minutes then turned them and basted the other side with the sauce and let them cook for 2 minutes.  They turned out delicious, I poured some extra sauce on my plate and dipped the chicken in it.




I know I will find more uses for this sauce, the Country Bob's website has some great recipes that I can't wait to try. 


Would you like to try this sauce for yourself?  You can purchase it from the Country Bob's website or see if a store close to you sells the sauce.   Option number three you can enter to win two bottles right here on this blog.  Country Bob's has so generously offered to give away two bottles of their delicious All Purpose Sauce to two of my readers.  Yes 2 people will win two bottles each.  Just enter on the Rafflecopter form below.

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Disclosure:  I received two bottles of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce to facilitate this review.  I have not received any other compensation.  

8 comments:

  1. I would use Country Bob's on Ribs, Chicken, Kabobs, pork chops, and fish.

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  2. I''d like to use it in my meatloaf, pork chops and I really would love to try this on slow cooker wings!

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  3. i would put a boston butt, sliced onion, and a bottle of sauce in the slower cooker on low. 8 hrs later pulled pork

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  4. I would try it with some beef in the crockpot

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