Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Country Bob Giveaway!!!


Did any of you see my post from yesterday? Well, Al would like to give you the chance to try this amazing sauce as well. So he is giving away two bottles to two of my lucky readers. To enter the giveaway - just leave me a comment on this post, giving me ideas of what to cook next with this sauce!!! If you have a recipe I could use this sauce in already posted on your blog, just post the link... if not, be a sweetie and type it out for me, please!!! ;)

This giveaway will last until May 11th, which gives you a whole week! I can't wait to see what you come up with!!!

16 comments:

~Carole said...

What a great giveaway! Here's an idea... If I had a bottle of it, and depending on its consistency, I'd most likely marinate chicken breasts in it, then grill and baste with the sauce (if necessary). Slice the chicken and place atop salad greens and garnish with fruit (strawberries or apples). Savor, lite & fresh all in one dish.

Rachel said...

I wonder how this sauce would work with the chicken pasta salad I just posted?!?!?

http://rachelvsthekitchen.blogspot.com/2009/05/chicken-pasta-salad.html

Or...I bet it would be wonderful to marinate meat in this sauce and then use the meat and your favorite veggies to make shish kabobs! (Hopefully I got the spelling right!) That's one of my summer favorites!!!

Ashley @ The Happy Little Home said...

Mmmmm I love Country Bob's! I use it to top meatloaf with instead of using ketchup!

Kathy said...

Carole, I love chicken salads!!!

Rachel, that was my thought exactly when I saw your recipe! Shish-kebabs are our favorite too!!!

Thanks for the ideas ladies :o)

Kathy said...

Ashley, What a good idea!!!

Delectable Dining said...

I actually just made a Paula Deen recipe called Cheeseburger Pockets (or something like that)... I'm planning to post the recipe tonight or tomorrow. I bet this would work well with it!

Kathy said...

Can't wait to see it!

Heidi said...

I would love to try the recipe from their website for BBQ Ham Loaf. Thought it sounded great. I think they have a wonderful C.E.O! It sounds like it would work great on plain old burgers on the grill. Yum

Donna-FFW said...

Thanks for the chance. How about using the sauce in BBQ cups, made out of biscuits and filled with a ground beef mixture?

Kristen said...

I'd like to try it in a roasted chicken and corn chowder to give it a little flavour boost.

Kathy said...

Heidi, Donna, and Kristen - all three of those sound great!!!

teresa said...

This would be great on a BBQ chicken pizza with green onions and bacon bits. Mmmmmm!

girlichef said...

Hmmmm...never tried it (but want to)...I'm thinking, marinate a thin, tenderized skirt steak in it, then throw it on the grill with some peppers and onions and mushrooms..maybe even some red potatoes. Cut it all up and toss with some more...sort of "fair" style. Or make an awesome steak sandwich out of it. Holy cow, I just made myself hungry....I really want to try it this way (fingers crossed) :)

Kathy said...

Teresa and Dar - Those two are some really great ideas!!! Thanks :o)

Mommy's Kitchen said...

I like to add the country bobs sauce to burgers and beef stew it is so good.

Ginger said...

Country Bobs is the BEST. I made meatloaf stuffed with cheddar cheese. It was so flavorful!! I now have several bottles on hand!!