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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Saucy Talk

I enjoy cooking but sometimes it really seems like a task. Regardless of how I feel during preparation, I always recieve joy from the response to my culinary creations. Although I am no Martha Stewart, I've only had positive feedback regarding my cooking. To keep my recipe box fresh and to prevent my husband from getting bored with my cooking, I am always on the lookout to try new things. When given the opportunity to try Country Bob's All-Purpose Sauce, I immediately said yes. Country Bob has been making this sauce since 1968 and began selling it in 1977. I figured that if it has been around for two decades it has to be good!

For my taste test I tried Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce on salmon. After seasoning the salmon with various spices, I added the sauce and baked for about 10 minutes. I served the salmon with couscous and green beans (not in the photo). So I guess you are wondering, what's the verdict? Bob's sauce is tasty- not too sweet and not too tart, kinda reminiscent of Heinz 57, except better. This sauce is truly All Purpose, I know my husband will be using it on his steak, I have used it for my bar-b-que tofu (yes, this household has both meat eaters and non-meat eaters)and there are tons of recipes on Country Bob's website, as well as other products that he sells. In my area the products are available at Krogers and Wal-Mart and you can search for retailers carrying it in your location on the website. If it is not available at your local grocery, there is also an online store.

I like the All-Purpose Sauce so much that I want to give you an opportunity to try it. Leave a comment here about something you'd like to cook with Country Bob's (for inspiration you can always visit the website).

For extra entries: Follow Me Subscribe to my blog by reader or email Tweet about this giveaway There you have it, four methods of entry, good luck! This giveaway is open to addresses in the U.S. and is open until midnight,February 2, 2009. A winner will be chosen randomly, the name will posted here and contacted by email. For more Wordful Wednesday visit Angie's 7 Clown Circus and for WW visit here and here!


Congratulations! Angie! You are entrant number 11 and the winner of the giveaway. This was not fixed folks - random.org chose the winner!

33 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

That looks, so so good.

Happy Wordful Wednesday. My entry today is one part cats, and other goodie tidbits from an alphabet challenge. Won't you stop by and say hi?

Doublebanker said...

I think everyone has their favorite special sauce or spice to add to food. I've been using a ground up mix of salt, pepper and other spices on everything lately

My WondWed post

joanofalltrades said...

I'm all about condiments. I will tell my husband about Country Bob since he's our household chef.

Stesha said...

I have never heard of Country Bob. We will have to check it out!

Hugs and Mocha,
Stesha

leah said...

Posted on twitter too, but wasn't able to get the link in :)

Stuffed Peppers with French cut green beans and drunk mushrooms.

Also, linked you on my blogroll since I enjoy readin your tweets and blog :)

Allison said...

The Salmon sounds delicious...I think I would try that, too!

Happy WW!

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

have not seen this one of shelves around here -

Bottles Barbies & Boys said...

Everyone in our house is a condiment freak.
Sauce makes everything better!

Lorina said...

Looks yummy!

Patricia Godfrey said...

I am always looking for new ways to spice up our meals. I'll have to try this!

angie said...

Looks like a great product!

Vodka Mom said...

yum, yum.

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CaraBee said...

I haven't heard of this sauce, but it sounds yummy. I would never have thought to put it on salmon! I'll have to try it!

Marshmallow Circus said...

Yummy, I wish you were my neighbor, I'd invite myself to dinner! :)

San Diego Momma said...

i would put it on my brussel sprouts! I love my brussel sprouts! They'd be real good fried up with bits of bacon and some Country Bob's. Good God, I can taste it already.

Kristen Andrews said...

I would put it on chicken, yum and Will love his sauces it gets him to eat all kinds of things. I already follow you and sub!

Bella@That damn expat said...

blueviolet has this giveaway too!
I live in a kingdom far far away and mailing sauce doesn't sound like such a good idea.

Nancy said...

I'm a subscriber!

Nancy said...

I'd like to try this sauce with hamburgers and hot dogs!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

ParentingPink said...

This looks delish! I'll have to check it out!

Awake In Rochester said...

Renée,

When you get a moment could you please come over to my blog. I have an important prayer request. It's for a young lady who has cancer.

Ali said...

My hubby likes Country Bobs but I'm an A-1 girl!

Carrie said...

I am always looking for new ways to cook Salmon. This looks fantastic and full of flavor. Great review!

The POSHpreneur said...

OMG making my mouth water!! Looks so good!! I always look for new ways to make Salmon so this is awesome!

valerie2350 said...

my family would like the buffalo wings :)

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Ms. Bar B: said...

That looks and sounds delicious. I think I'd try this sauce on some pork chops!

Puanani503 said...

I've never heard of Country Bob's. But I'd definitely love to try it. It looks delish on the chicken in the pic:)

Jennifer said...

Oooh, I never win anything but I'll give it a try! I don't really cook, I hate to actually but maybe this sauce would give me some inspiration to make what you did!

Daddy's Boo Portraits said...

Sounds interesting, I think I'll try some. Your plate looked delicious.

TRochelle said...

My mother loves this stuff! I had some but never got to try it because she took it away. She is getting the royal payback now because my cousin goes into her cabinet and tiptoes out the backdoor with her bottles. She uses it on everything and he uses it on his barbecue and steaks. I am going to Tweet this for sure!

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