Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Product Review - Georgia Smokehouse Foods


I don't often use jars of sauces for cooking, as quite often they aren't as flavoursome as I would like. I have also found it to be cheaper to have the ingredients for basic sauces in the press and then throw one together when needed. However sometimes a product comes along that I like to have stocked in my press which makes for a speedy dinner. I recently tried two of  Georgia Smokehouse Foods Ltd sauces- the No Cry Babies Bar BQ Sauce and the Dark, Sweet & Smokey Bar BQ Sauce and I really enjoyed them both. The No Cry Babies Bar BQ Sauce is a spicy sauce that works perfectly as a marinade for meats. I tried it with some strips of beef and loved the level of spice without being too spicy. Even the children enjoyed it! On another occasion I mixed a spoonful of the sauce with some mayonnaise and served it as a spicy dip to accompany a chicken wrap which was very tasty.


My favourite of the two sauces was the Dark, Sweet & Smokey Bar BQ Sauce. I marinaded some chicken fillets over night in the sauce and then griddled it the next day. The sauce is fairly thick so half a jar with a little added water was sufficient sauce to cover four chicken fillets. Normally with a typical bbq flavoured sauce the smokey flavour is artificial and the level of sweetness is overpowering. This is the first bought bbq sauce that I have really liked. It's smokey flavour tastes natural which probably comes from the fact that it is produced using tradition methods.
  Georgia Smokehouse Foods, specialise in authentic Southern Style Bar BQ sauces and are based in Birr Co. Offaly. You can check out their Facebook page for more details. I'm sure you'll be seeing these sauces in a supermarkets near you very soon!



4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've been using Roger's sauces for a while now.They are unreal.Can be used in so many ways but will take your home BBQ to the next level.Onwards and upwards for Georgia Smokehouse, "Put some South in your mouth" Well done my friend.Jimmy T

rogiemac said...

Hi Nessa, Thanks so much for you kind, but I feel accurate, review of my Georgia Smokehouse Bar BQ Sauces! It's always interesting for me to hear how many different ways they are being used. I call them "Multi-Sauces" as they can be used as traditional BarBQ sauces, marinades, dipping and cooking sauces. Next out is my Lousiana Style Hot Sauce called Bull Dog Hot Sauce. Many think it's better than McIlliney's Tabasco Sauce, but I'll let you experts make up your own minds! Thanks again for your glowing review and remember...
"Put Some South in Your Mouth!"

Nessa Robins said...

Thank you for your lovely comments and Rodger I'm glad that you liked the post.

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