NAME OF PRODUCT: Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce
WHERE TO PURCHASE: On-line and at major retailers Go HERE for locations.
PRICE OF PRODUCT: $13.98 for case of six bottles
DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT: "Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce is in a class by itself. It is more than a steak sauce, because of its unique flavor and the variety of uses. You can grill, cook, and marinate with it, or put it in your soups, stews, baked beans, and your other favorite dishes. Experience the Taste of our Gluten Free All Purpose Sauce! Use our All Purpose Sauce on: Steak, Chicken, Barbeque, Fries, Hamburger, Fish and so much more!"
REVIEW OF PRODUCT: Country Bob's is one of many products offered by Country Bob's Inc. In addition to being used as a steak sauce it can be added to just about any meat. I found it to be somewhat similar to Heinz 57 Sauce, an old standby at our house. It is just slightly spicier but not too spicy. I decided to try Country Bob's with kielbasa (or Kolbossi as they call it here in northwest PA).
Here's my super easy recipe: Mix one bottle of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce with 1/4 cup brown sugar. Add 1/3 cup chopped onion and one 8 oz can of crushed pineapple. Mix all ingredients well and put in crock pot. Cook on low 7-8 hours or high 4-5 hours.
You can go HERE to check out Country Bob's online where you will find all kinds of recipes, ordering information and company information.
Al Malekovic and Country Bob's have agreed to ship two bottles of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce to TWO of Miss Jackie's followers! Entry is easy and the giveaway will end at midnight EST May 17th.
CONGRATS TO THE WINNERS SELECTED BY RANDOM.ORG, COMMENT #3 (AMY) AND COMMENT #82 (JODI)
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