Tuesday, April 7, 2009

How about a giveaway?

I haven't done a giveaway in quite awhile! I have been meaning to, I just haven't gotten around to it. Now is the perfect time since I am CONVINCED warm weather is just around the corner and you all know what that means?! Bar-Be-QUE! YUM!

I got an email awhile ago (OK in JANUARY!) asking me to review their product. Not long after I received a bottle of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce. Frank loves to experiment with sauces and spices so he was excited to try it out. The first time we used it, he marinated pork chops in the sauce and then grilled them. Oh my goodness! This stuff is SO good!!! Since then we've used it to dip french fries in, we've used it on hamburgers and as a dip for roasted chicken. It's awesome, really!



Country Bob's is a small, Christian company trying to find it's place in the food industry. Please go check them out, they have a bunch of other products to offer.

In the meantime!!! The generous people at Country Bob's are giving away a bottle of their yummy all purpose sauce to TWO lucky winners from my blog!!! YAY!!! All you have to do is leave me a comment below and tell me what food you would like to try this sauce on. If you post it on your blog, come back here and leave me another comment telling me you did so and I'll give you TWO entries!!! The winners will be chosen next Tuesday, April 14th.

Good luck and happy eating!

46 comments :

June Berger said...

I would try it on chicken AND pork chops. I love trying new things like that.

Molly C said...

CHICKEN!!! I loooooove a good sauce. Seriously, I will basically at it on its own if it's yummy. also love that it's all natural.

Carol VR said...

I'd love to marinade chicken breasts in it...mmmm

Courtney said...

I'd have it on BBQ'd chicken breasts, with corn on the cob, and a Zinfandel from California.

Oh, I can't wait for summer!!

Patty Ann said...

I think I would marinate burgers with this and then slap them on the grill. Then I would probably have fries and try them with the sauce too. I'm super hungry now.

techyone said...

I think I'd use it on pork chops first. I'm always trying new sauces for pork chops. Love 'em.

Anonymous said...

Ribs in the crockpot all the way! Yum, I can taste it already!!!

Lori Kyle

Emily Doss said...

Turkey Burgers- we like to eat healthy turkey meat, but sometimes need something to jazz it up. :)

Courtney said...

YUMMY RIBS!!!!! MMMMMMMM!!!!

grecia said...

I would have to try this on grilled tenderloin and zeggies cooked on the grill(if it EVER warms up enough to use the grill:-(... Just know it would be delicious!!

mom2natnkatncj said...

Okay, I'm not very creative here, but I'd give it a try on chicken. I love grilling chicken, but Joe doesn't like BBQ sauce so usually I only get to marinate grilled chicken with italian salad dressing. This sounds like it would be good though. Thanks.

Praying for Cros said...

chicken or pork..or anything grill-able!!!!
.my hubby likes experimenting with stuff as well as the GRILL MAStER!!! i never have heard of this ....but if it doesn't have milk, eggs, wheat or tree nuts this might be the magic sauce for Emery to dip whatever in as well : )

MamasHood said...

I love chicken. I would eat it for three meals a day if I could. The problem is you can only do so many things with chicken. So this might be a great way to spice things up! I would love to try it.

Googsmom said...

MMmmmm Ribs here too :)

Leslie said...

STEAK!!! yummmO

Sandy and said...

I'll dare to be different, because I think it sounds like it'd be a great marinade/glaze for shish kebabs. Mmm. (anything tastes better when it's on a stick!)

Rachel said...

I would love to try this with french fries...and on all the other items you mentioned! It sounds good!

Lynn said...

Chicken...that's what we eat the most of around here.
So how come you got an email to try this stuff out and I didn't? Mine must have gotten lost, huh?
Stopping by to let you know I'm here praying!
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Lynn said...

So now millions of people are going to come pouring onto your site because I left a post on my blog about your give away.

jeannette said...

Chicken or ribs in the crockpot would be easiest. But what about on shrimp??

Marsha :o) said...

I would love to try it on some steak. I love marinades!

Kate said...

Definitely pork chops :)

Jeri said...

Deer roast!

Sherry said...

I think I'd like to try this on chicken. Although you make the pork chops sound tasty also.

Anonymous said...

chicken, ham, shish kabobs.

YUMMY!

Sherry from Indy
isela712@aol.com

Battle Maiden said...

Shish-Ka-Bobs Baby!

Jill said...

I would most certainly try this on pulled pork! YUM!

agk11808 said...

since my husband and I are closing on a house in May, and finally get to use the grill from our wedding (in November) I would marinate burgers or chicken and use that brand new grill for once!

manuelsmommy said...

My husband and I LOVE grilling out!! Once the warm weather hits we grill several times a week. I'd love to try this on pork chops! :)

Lora Leigh said...

Seriously?? You have NEVER heard of Country Bob's?????? I have been eating it my entire life...it is Brandon's favorite!

I have never tried it with pork chops so I guess I would try that if I won :)

trishandwade said...

Pork loin in the crock pot!! It's so easy and we are always looking for new sauces to throw in there with it!

val said...

Chicken...or maybe burgers...or maybe..steak...it all sounds so good to me!!!

I hope I win..I never win anything

Kim said...

chicken! Love the BBQ with some corn on the cob. Just had it on Sunday.

Nancy said...

Chicken...and, um...steak...and, um...pork chops, too! Sounds great! :)

Nancy

RK said...

Holy goodness, Renee! How weird to open my reader and see this on your blog... Country Bob's grandkids were good friends of mine in junior high and high school. We went to church camp together for years! They are a SUPER great family (and I admit, there was a particular young Edson who was not at all hard on the eyes back in the day! :)

They are truly wonderful people and are a great example of doing business God's way. And the sauce ROCKS!!

Don't enter me in the giveaway, though... I want someone to try it who hasn't had the pleasure! I keep this stuff handy all the time!

Debbie said...

Yummy! I'd use it on chicken and pork chops!

Christina said...

I would definitely use it on chicken!

Thanks,
Christina
christinas11 (at)msn (dot) com

Melissa said...

Definitely have to try it on the pork chops on the grill. Just reading that made my mouth water and I'm almost crying that it's too cold here to grill today :) for me anyway. lol

Catherine said...

The kiddo's in my house know the difference between crappy BBQ sauce and the good stuff. For a while I was able to get away with giving out the $1 bottle of sauce to dip chicken strips and such in..Now..it's no longer.

If I had a bottle we would probably use it for ribs or for some chicken as those are the two things we do on the grill often :)

Catherine

Kristie said...

I'd like to try it on kielbasa. The dip for french fries sounds good too. Maybe a on a nice turkey burger as well...

Anonymous said...

Most definitely pork chops, mmmmm, I am drooling thinking about it! Robbin from Chicago

The Gobble's (Lanetta) said...

ok... No breakfast and this post... My stomach is GROWLING!!!
I'd like to try this sauce on HB grilled on the grill... and chicken, and pork chops...
YUMMY!!! Please tell me Spring is almost here!!! :-)

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sandsmom said...

Renee I think good ol Country Bob would taste good on some chicken grilled mmmm...its getting warm and I think if we cook it on the grill to where its seared real nice and coated....yumm!!!!

Anonymous said...

This is Kelly. Hmmmm, this sounds interesting and I would love to try it. So, here is my entry for the contest. . . I don't have a blog so I will have to settle for one entry.

I think I would like to try it on grilled portabello mushrooms, Egg plant or Turkey Burgers. (I find those things need some flavor help from time to time.) - I wonder how it would hold up to halibut, it sounds like it is proven for most meats, I wonder how it would be on a Turkey?

BTW, sorry I missed your mom's visit recently. It would have been good to see her. Everyone said she looked great! Tell her "Hi" for me!

Be Magnificent!

Mom of Army Brats. said...

I want to say something normal like chicken, but right now BBQ sounds good with green beans and corn.... pregnancy!! lol

Jessica said...

I love making Pernil! for those who have no idea what I mean,check this site out http://www.elboricua.com/pernil_RChef.html

Pernil is awesome but I have never tried it with BBQ sauce, I would love too if I win this sauce!