Thursday, December 3, 2009

Country Bob's Review and Giveaway


When I told my husband that I had the opportunity to review Country Bob's all purpose sauce, the groaned and said, "All that is is A-1 sauce" which we don't care for at all. Well, too late.  I had already made the committment and the shipment arrived the next day.  And seeing that I made the commitment, I had to try it.  First thing I did was take a venison roast out of the freezer.  I threw it in the crockpot with some Country Bob's and hoped for the best.  That night, we had pulled venison sandwiches.  SURPRISE!  It was delicious!  Even my husband liked it.  The sauce has a nice even flavor that would go on a lot of different things.  So, later, I tried it on chicken.  Once again, it was awesome!  My husband commented on how good it was and now has a different opinion of Country Bob's.  It is now an item that I will most definitely keep on hand!

Other suggestions for Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce is for steak, fries, barbecue.  I think my kids would even love to dip chicken nuggets in it.

Besides the taste, there are two other things about the company that really impress me.  The first is that the company is a Christian company and gives credit for their sucess to God.  The second one is that they don't use High Fructose Corn Syrup, like a lot of other companies do.

And now for the best part--Country Bob's will provide TWO of my readers with the opportunity to try out the All Purpose Sauce for themselves.  To enter, you must comment below and tell me what you'd like to try the sauce on.  YOU MUST DO THIS FIRST BEFORE ANY OTHER ENTRIES WILL BE COUNTED.  Please make sure I can get in contact with you.

For additional entries:
  1. Follow my blog on Google
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  3. Follow me on twitter and tweet about this giveaway.  You may tweet once daily.  Paste your tweet in a comment.  You can copy and paste this in your tweet:  Country Bob's Sauce Giveaway http://ann-crabs.blogspot.com/2009/12/country-bobs-review-and-giveaway.html @AnnCrabs
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  5. Have a friend enter and let me know you referred them
  6. Blog about this giveaway and leave the blog link in the comments.
Contest ends December 18, 2009 at 11:59pm. Winners will be chosen using random.org.

I received two bottles of Country Bob's Sauce to review and write my honest opinion.  I did not receive any monetary or other type of compensation for writing this review.

34 comments:

Mike H. said...

I would use Country Bob's all purpose sauce as an ingredient in my famous baked beans. It would compliment the pepperoni, bacon and jalapeno peppers.

Sandre Moore said...

We're getting ready to try out our new smoker and it sounds as if this sauce would be great on just about any smoked meat.

Anonymous said...

This sounds yummy! I would love to win! Tracy

Anonymous said...

Great review, Ann! We'd love to try it out! ~Kim

Stuff Smart said...

I would like to try it on chicken.

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Tracy said...

I would love to try it on baked potatoes with cheddar cheese and sour cream..YUM!

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Anonymous said...

We would use it on ham. Thank you! Lori B.

SharonW said...

I want to try the sauce on deer meat cooked in the crock pot!

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NSB Mom said...

I would live to try this sauce.....I follow you on twitter!!! :)

I have never even seen it in Florida~!

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

I would try it out on some chicken!

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DSinAZ said...

I would try the sauce on chicken first!

beverly said...

I would love to try this on dear meat in my smoker. I follow you on twitter. beverlyfor1@aol.com

Kathryn20000 said...

Hi I would REALLY like to try this on my prime rib roast we're having for christmas! hubby &children asked me ot season it differently than I normally do.they love my "normal"way but wanting more 'zest' to it a different flavors for thier bored tastebuds.
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Marie said...

This sounds like it would be good on pulled pork.

Marie said...

I am a follower.

Jody said...

I'm a minority here, but would probably try the sauce out on some bbq'd tofu or seitan!

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Ann said...

Jody--entry for twitter comment.

StuffSmart said...

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Hearts N Flowers said...

I would put it on hamburgers instead of ketchup

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