Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce

A while back ago I was contacted by Country Bobs asking if I would review their sauce.  I agreed and I was sent two bottles, one to try and one to give away.  

When it arrived the fist thing I did was open it and dunk my finger in it.  I like to taste things before just cooking with them.  What came to my mind immediately was french fries.  Come on guys I’m a vegetarian…I dunk fries in everything.  The second thing that came to mind was ribs.  That night I mixed up a batch of sauce.  I used Country Bob’s as the base and added a little brown sugar and lemon juice.  I slathered the ribs in the sauce covered them tightly in foil and in the oven they went.  Twice while cooking I turned the ribs and slapped some more sauce on.  I pulled the ribs out and they looked so good.  The sauce stayed on perfect.  I was happy about that since a lot of sauces will just fall right off in the oven.

It came out kind of glazed and gooey and great.  Even though I don’t eat meat I tasted some for the purpose of the review.  It was tangy and sweet and the taste lingered in your mouth for a bit.  My four year old loved it.  I let my husband take a few bites and then asked him about it.  He said it was pretty good and then ate the whole rack.  The next day I had him take it to work and ask his friends. The reviews were: Sweet and good, really good, delicious and this would be great on chicken too.

I am not sure if they sell this in my area but I would for sure buy it again.  I agree that it would be perfect on grilled chicken.  Actually I bet it would be even better then the ribs.  I am now interested in trying their BBQ sauce and their seasoning salt.  I love using seasoning salt on steaks and it would be awesome to have a different flavor then plain old Lawry’s.

I would like to give away a bottle of this sauce.  In order to enter please tell me one summer food you will miss the most once it starts getting colder, or tell me what winter food you most look forward too.

Now I will tell you about Country Bob’s

*Taken from their website

It was 1968 when Country Bob Edson perfected his steak sauce recipe and he called it an All Purpose Sauce because it was more than just a steak sauce. Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce has remained the flagship item since 1982 when Country Bob, Inc. was established.

Along the way we have been dedicated to offering our customers the best tasting and highest quality steak sauce or All Purpose Sauce, Barbeque Sauce, and Seasoning Salt available anywhere in the world.

To accomplish this we have placed our trust in God and we believe that goal has been achieved.

You can also check their website to view recipes and the other varieties of products they sell.

 

*I will be adding a review button to my site.  Because of Blog Hers rules I can not have paid reviews on the same page as their ads.  I was not paid for this review so it was allowed to be on this page.  Keep an eye out.  I will be reviewing some of my favorite products and hopefully being allowed to review new things.

8 thoughts on “Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce

  1. I will miss corn on the cob. I love it, but it’s just not a cool weather food to me. I am looking forward to chili though.

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  2. Yum, I’m a connoisseur of barbecue sauces. My Dad is the king of the grill, so I’m always getting him a new sauce to try for Father’s Day, etc from this store:
    http://www.barbecue-store.com/
    1 summer food. Grilled barbecue chicken on the grill. Yum. Or Grilled Steak. 1 winter food, would be homemade Chili. Or Wendy’s Chili, haha. 🙂

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  3. “I would like to give away a bottle of this sauce. In order to enter please tell me one summer food you will miss the most once it starts getting colder, or tell me what winter food you most look forward too.”
    LMFAO…. “STARTS” getting colder? Our high today is 40; and the rest of the week we don’t hit above 50… we went straight from 85s to winter a week ago….blech. I want Fall!
    I’ll miss grilled cheddar brats; but not as much as I’ve been craving peanut brittle since June 😉

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  4. “I would like to give away a bottle of this sauce. In order to enter please tell me one summer food you will miss the most once it starts getting colder, or tell me what winter food you most look forward too.”
    LMFAO…. “STARTS” getting colder? Our high today is 40; and the rest of the week we don’t hit above 50… we went straight from 85s to winter a week ago….blech. I want Fall!
    I’ll miss grilled cheddar brats; but not as much as I’ve been craving peanut brittle since June 😉

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  5. “I would like to give away a bottle of this sauce. In order to enter please tell me one summer food you will miss the most once it starts getting colder, or tell me what winter food you most look forward too.”
    LMFAO…. “STARTS” getting colder? Our high today is 40; and the rest of the week we don’t hit above 50… we went straight from 85s to winter a week ago….blech. I want Fall!
    I’ll miss grilled cheddar brats; but not as much as I’ve been craving peanut brittle since June 😉

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  6. “I would like to give away a bottle of this sauce. In order to enter please tell me one summer food you will miss the most once it starts getting colder, or tell me what winter food you most look forward too.”
    LMFAO…. “STARTS” getting colder? Our high today is 40; and the rest of the week we don’t hit above 50… we went straight from 85s to winter a week ago….blech. I want Fall!
    I’ll miss grilled cheddar brats; but not as much as I’ve been craving peanut brittle since June 😉

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  7. Mmmm…the ribs look amazing. I’m going to miss tomatoes the most, followed by yummy fruit, like cherries, strawberries and peaches. In the winter it seems we eat mostly bananas and apples.
    I’m looking forward to spoon stuff like chilli and stew.

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  8. Mmmm…the ribs look amazing. I’m going to miss tomatoes the most, followed by yummy fruit, like cherries, strawberries and peaches. In the winter it seems we eat mostly bananas and apples.
    I’m looking forward to spoon stuff like chilli and stew.

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