Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce: Review and Giveaway (3/31) CLOSED

Monday, March 16, 2009 Posted by Dina N

When I was contacted by Country Bob’s recently to review their All Purpose sauce, I quickly agreed. I had been reading rave reviews, and seen delicious recipes on their website. I could not wait to try it out myself.

According to the Country Bob’s website, the original recipe for the All Purpose sauce goes back to 1968. In addition, “it is the perfect complement to practically any meal set on your table”. The company is committed to offering their customers the best tasting and highest quality products.

I received two bottles of Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce, and was impressed by the product taste and versatility – there are many recipes, right there on Country Bob’s website, that you can use the sauce in – or, of course, add it to your own recipes.

I tried the sauce first with sweet potato fries, one of my family’s favorites. The sauce had a pleasant spicy tang, and was full of aroma.

The next day, I used it to spice up some turkey burgers – my husband and kids loved it. We also tried the sauce in one of Country Bob’s recipes, the 24 Hour Chili. It turned out great, and the chili is now long gone.

Besides their flagship product, Country Bob’s offer Spicy All Purpose sauce, BBQ sauce, and seasoning salt.

I found the All Purpose sauce at my local Kroger. You can buy their products online, or go to the retail locations page to find the store nearest you. I was excited to discover that you can not only find a wide selection of recipes on Country Bob’s website but also order a nice hardcover cookbook with recipes featuring the “World’s Greatest Sauce”.

Win It! Two lucky winners will each get 2 bottles of the All Purpose Sauce, courtesy of Country Bob’s.

To enter, please visit Country Bob's and comment below what dish from their vast recipe collection you would use Country Bob’s on. Please make sure to include your email address, if it is not visible on your blogger profile.

You’ll get one extra entry for doing any or all of the following – please leave a separate comment for each:

- follow my blog (see right sidebar);
- subscribe to my feed (see right sidebar);
- blog about this giveaway linking to this post and to Country Bob’s;
- email three people about this giveaway and copy me;
- follow me on twitter (see right sidebar);
- tweet about this giveaway and comment with the link to your tweet – you can do this once a day;
- add my blog to your Technorati favorites (see right sidebar).

The deadline to enter is March 31, 2009, 11:59pm EST. Valid for U.S. mailing addresses only.

Two winners will be randomly selected and notified by email. You will have 72 hours to get back to me; or another winner will be chosen.

57 comments:

  1. valerie2350 said...

    buffalo wings! :)

  2. valerie2350 said...

    follower

  3. valerie2350 said...

    twitter follower
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  4. valerie2350 said...

    http://twitter.com/valerie2350/status/1340918449

  5. Jo said...

    I love this stuff on chicken..I am down to one bottle so I would love to win it...you can also find it at Walmart.
    jorayne@gmail.com

  6. Jo said...

    I follow you on twitter
    jorayne
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  7. janetfaye said...

    Hi Dina!

    I sent a tweet today!

  8. cdziuba said...

    I like his Country Bob's Baked Beans. cdziuba@aol.com

  9. cdziuba said...

    I follow you on Twitter (cdziuba)

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  10. cdziuba said...

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  11. silverhartgirl said...

    the Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff looks good
    silverhartgirl at gmail.com

  12. CJ'SMOMMY*KIMBERLY said...

    chicken!

  13. CJ'SMOMMY*KIMBERLY said...

    i follow you on twitter~CJSMOMMY2005

  14. CJ'SMOMMY*KIMBERLY said...

    I follow our blog

  15. Katie said...

    Would love to use it in baked beans!

    katie_kitty@msn.com

  16. Joy said...

    I would definitely try the Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Wings ... my guys would love it!!!!
    fmgirl40 at hotmail dot com

  17. Joy said...

    I follow you on Twitter!!

  18. Joy said...

    I'm following your blog.

  19. Joy said...

    I subscribed to your feed via Google reader.

  20. Joy said...

    I blogged your giveaway here: http://myreasonstoblog.blogspot.com/2009/03/great-giveaways.html

  21. Joy said...

    I tweeted here: https://twitter.com/allpurple

  22. Liza767 said...

    Shepards pie is what i would chose to make

  23. Liza767 said...

    I follow

  24. Anonymous said...

    I'd like to try it on the Philly Steak that sounds pretty awesome

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com

  25. Anonymous said...

    I follow


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  26. always_317537 said...

    I would use it on their juicy burger receipe :0


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  27. always_317537 said...

    I am following your blog :)


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  28. always_317537 said...

    I am a subscriber :)


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  29. always_317537 said...

    I follow you on Twitter :)

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  30. always_317537 said...

    I Tweeted :)

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  31. LindaV said...

    I would use it in the country kabobs recipe or the grilled sub sandwich...yummy!

  32. Jackie said...

    following your blog
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  33. Jackie said...

    subscribed to your feed
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  34. Jackie said...

    following you on twitter
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  35. Jackie said...

    I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/jackilu/status/1354141526

  36. Jackie said...

    I posted on my blog here http://twinjackienurse.blogspot.com/2009/03/giveaways-week-of-march-18th.html
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  37. Michaela said...

    My mouth is watering, I would try the poultry kabobs!

  38. Michaela said...

    I already follow you on Twitter - michaelakrause
    I also wanted to say thanks for stopping by last week and entering my giveaway =)

  39. LT said...

    I would use it on Spicy Orange Country Bob Beef Kabobs

  40. Anonymous said...

    I would try the Easy Party Canapes. Looks interesting.

    plsneath at aol dot com

  41. Beth said...

    I'd like to try country kabobs.

  42. Renee G said...

    I'd love to try the Country Bob's meatloaf recipe.

    rsgrandinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

  43. Tamara B. said...

    I just love Country Bob's Sauce I use it in everything. The best recipe from their site is the BBQ Lamb Kabobs. They are so delicious.
    tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

  44. Tamara B. said...

    I am a subscriber.
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  45. Tamara B. said...

    I am a follower.
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  46. Linda said...

    I would like to try the Country Bob's BBQ Beef recipe.

  47. Katie said...

    With BBQ season coming up, I'd use the sauce on baked beans. Yum!

  48. Dana said...

    I would love to try the Ground Beef Gumbo-I love gumbo.
    flyergal82 at yahoo dot com

  49. miss thrifty said...

    Buffalo Wings!

    I posted your giveaway on my website and please feel free to list your giveaway on my website on Fridays if I forget to.

    www.thriftycoupondeals.com

  50. dctm said...

    I would make the beef stew

    dctm at bellsouth dot net

  51. Shannon said...

    I love this sauce. We use it all the time. My favorite recipe is the 24 Hour Chili but we use it on almost everything.

  52. Anya said...

    I'd try the Country Bob's Men's slop. Thanks.

  53. The Kleinowskis said...

    Ranch style beans sound groovy!

  54. Susan said...

    I love it in my meatloaf! This is great stuff! I could use some more too!

  55. Susan said...

    I am a follower!

  56. Susan said...

    I am also a subscriber!

  57. demmi said...

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