Recently I became acquainted with Country Bob's All-Purpose Sauce. Sometimes my husband just wants a little something extra on his food, and he really likes barbecue sauces and steak sauces of all kinds. We couldn't wait to try Country Bob's to see what all the fuss was about.
Country Bob's offers several recipes to use with the sauce so we tried the World's Greatest Burgers recipe. Now to be honest, it's cold and snowy and we don't go out unless we have to at the end of the work day, so I didn't have all of the proper ingredients on hand.
I didn't have any Lipton soup mix in the cupboard, which is unusual for me, and I didn't have any Country Bob's Season Salt. Instead of the soup mix, I used dried onion flakes, and in place of Country Bob's seasoning, I used Lawry's Seasoned Salt.
Both hubby and I agree it was the best burger we ever made! I only wish I had been able to put it on an outdoor grill. (We used the George Foreman's.) The burger was juicy and very flavorful.
The burgers were so good we had to try it out on a steak the next night (fat trimmed, of course.) A side of grilled onions and mushrooms and Duane (my husband) proclaimed it one of the best steaks he's ever had. And that's saying something.
Country Bob's is giving you a chance to try their great All-Purpose Sauce. Two winners will be chosen to receive two bottles each. Giveaway ends at midnight on Friday, February 13th. Here's all you have to do:
1. Visit Country Bob's site and tell me what recipe you'd like to try.
2. For a second chance to win, sign up as an e-mail subscriber with Feedburner or become a Google Follower (see sidebar.) Then leave a second comment telling me you have subscribed or that you are already a subscriber.
3. If you're not a blogger, be sure to leave your contact e-mail address like this to avoid spammers: pianananna(at)gmail(dot)com. If I don't have a way to reach you or you don't respond in three days, your name will be disqualified, and I will choose again, picking my favorite answer.
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