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Country Bob’s Cookbook … I’m hungry now!

May 18, 2010

A while back, I wrote about Country Bob’s all-purpose sauce. This is, without question, the best sauce I’ve ever had. Barbeque flavored but with an unusual tang, I’ve been putting it on everything from grilled steaks to fried chicken to baked potatoes!

So, when I received a copy of Country Bob’s new cookbook, I was excited to learn how many other ways I can use this fabulous sauce. The book is divided up into four easy sections: Appetizers/Soups/Snacks, Grilling, Main Dishes, and Desserts (yes, you read that correctly!).

The grilling section I skipped right over since I’ve already grilled everything I could find in the fridge with Country Bob’s — from chicken to pork loin to shrimp and fish — at least twice. But, both the Main Dishes section and the Appetizers/Soups/Snacks section offered some recipes that whet my curiosity (and appetite!). For example there’s Taco Soup, venison Mexican Pizza, and even a zesty Egg Drop Soup. Definitely all savory treats that my family will love!

But the most intriguing section was definitely Desserts. For example there’s Fruit Cocktail Cake and Incredible Fudge, both of which use Country Bob’s tangy sauce.

Want to try a bottle and judge for yourself? Simply click here for a FREE bottle.

If you like it HOT, you’ll love Country Bob’s!

Susan McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur and social activist. In addition to Susan Said What?! Susan also writes for Style on a WHIM, It’s how you play the game!, and Success Won’t Wait!


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