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Friday, August 28, 2009

Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce Interview and Giveaway!

I have some exciting news! I have been contacted by Mr. Al Malekovic from Country Bob Inc to review on of their products, Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce, on my blog. Mr Malekovic also was gracious enough to answer some questions for me for an interview. What makes this even better is he is putting up two bottles of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce for a blog give away! I cant fit all of these wonderful things into one blog post (who would want to read through ALL of that anyway!?) so I am splitting it into two blog posts, one that contains the interview and blog giveaway, and another that will detail the culinary creations my husband and I make and try using Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce. First off… the interview and giveaway!



Mr. Al Malekovic answered the following questions for me.


What’s the story behind Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce? What was the inspiration? Country Bob was a carnival barker and a Don Rickles all wrapped into one. He owned a gas station and would BBQ for the cronies that came and gossiped. He came up up with the sauce in 1968. In 1982 Country Bob, his son Terry, (He is my son-law), Reed my son and I stared a Corp and put it on the market. We had to learn the hard way. Trail and Error. He died in 2001 of cancer. You can also look at our web site under story.

How large is the Country Bob’s company? We are a very small company, 14 employees, but we are fully automated and have a fine crew. We use food brokers, who help get Country Bobs in the stores.


How many different products does Country Bob’s make? Do you have any new products waiting in the wings? We have four products, Country Bobs, Country Bobs Spicy, Seasoning Salt and a BBQ sauce. Because of the cost of developing a product we are not coming out with anything new. We use to have a Sloppy Bob sauce but we were having it made somewhere else and that company went under and we could not find another to make small batches for us. It was a great product.



Where can you find Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce? You can find Country Bobs at Kroger, Wal Mart Super Center and about every store in *Cincy! (*Cincinnati, Ohio... for those of you who are not familiar with the area)


What makes Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce unique? What makes Country Bobs so unique, it truly is a All Purpose Sauce. Use it on steaks, a great dipping sauce, bbq sauce and to flavor up soups, stews, casseroles etc.


What’s the most common recipe Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce gets used in? Most people use it as a dipping sauce and with appetizers with little smokies and meat balls.


What’s the most unexpected recipe Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce can be used for? The most unique use is in fudge recipe in our cookbook.

What is the best complement or comment you have had about your products? The best compliment we have had is from the kids. "Gimmie more Bobs Mommy"




Here comes the fun part! The giveaway! It is really simple. First, go to the recipe page at the Country Bob Inc website, pick out a recipe that looks interesting. Next come back to this blog entry. In the comment section, leave a comment with you email address and the recipe you found! That is all you have to do! Incomplete entries will not be entered. This contest will last until the Sunday before Labor Day. September 6th, 2009 at midnight Eastern Standard Time. Two winners will be picked at random and each winner will receive a FREE bottle of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce. Winner will be contacted via email to gather the needed information to send you a bottle.



So what are you waiting for? Go over to the recipe page and find something yummy! If you try anything and write about it, let me know. I will link it on my blog!


Images used with permission from the Country Bob Inc website.

11 comments:

Audrey said...

We love trying new sauces! Checked the recipes - bookmarked the site - have to try this one!!
Slow Cooker Buffalo Hot Wings

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Christa said...

The Mrs. Marshall's Cheese Log (http://www.countrybobs.com/recipes/mrs-marshalls-cheese-log.html.html) looks amazing! I'm going to save it so I can make it when we get an apartment!

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Curtis Collectables :) said...

I want to try Country Bob's Baked Beans. Mmhmm.

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Salad for Breakfast said...

mmmmmmmmmm this sounds soooo yummy! http://www.countrybobs.com/recipes/country-chicken-kabobs.html.html

i love chicken kabobs and that one sounds divine!

saladforbreakfast AT gmail DOT com

Aik said...

This one sounds great!

http://www.countrybobs.com/recipes/christmas-salsa.html.html

aikychien at yahoo dot com

Hollyrocks said...
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Hollyrocks said...

I want to try the stuffed pepper soup! I wonder if it would work with ground turkey instead of beef... Perhaps I'll give it a try!

HollyLuv99@aol.com

Lonesome Road Studio said...

I've had Country Bob's sauce, it's very good!

Digital Misfit said...

Oh great recipes! The Stuffed Pepper Soup sounds wonderful - a perfect dinner for autumn nights.

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Emily said...

The French Sliced Beef (http://www.countrybobs.com/recipes/french-sliced-beef.html.html) sounds great! I'll have to give it a try.

Thanks for the giveaway!
emily(dot)cibelli(at)gmail(dot)com

jmommy08 said...

Free sauce! Of course, if I fall in love with it, you'll have to ship me some if I can't find it in stores around here. :) The Christmas Salsa sounds very similar to the Texas Cavier that a lady used to bring to work. I am definitely going to have to try that one! YUMO!

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