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Chef Robin Rhea from Slather Brand Foods

I’m so delighted to be featured in this promotional video for the 2014 Charleston Wine + Food Festival. This is the fourth year we’ve participated and it is one of the events we look forward to all year.

Charleston Food and Wine Festival takes place March 6-9… What an honor this was for me to be asked to be part of this production. The best however which I did not know was that my daughter,Lana, would be featured working in our booth. Please plan on attending this year’s event and be sure to come by and say hello to Lana and me at the Southern Season Open Air Artisan Market.

See you there!

 

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Taste of Charleston Poster

The 20 13 Taste of Charleston is coming up on Sunday, September 29 at Boone Hall Plantation. From 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Slather Brand Foods’ team will be onsite. As sponsors of the event we’ll have information about our sauces and handing out recipes for our great sauces.

Get tickets now and be sure to come by and say hello to us.

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Danielle, The Growing Foodie, is hosting several opportunities for people to win a Gift Pack of Slatherin’ Sauce. Dani lives in the New York City area and shares her perspective on all things food on her blog.

She has developed several recipes featuring Slatherin’ Sauce. By commenting on any of these, you may win a gift pack. But you’ll also get some inspiration for some very creative ways to use Slatherin’ Sauce.

Dani has crafted this yummy looking Hawaiian Pizza Burger that makes me hungry just to look at it! Not only is she a great recipe developer, but a super photographer too. Thanks Dani for allowing us to share this preview with our readers.

Weeknight Dinner: BBQ Hawaiian Pizza Burgers

Brilliant Brunch: BBQ Western Burritos

Slow Cooking Supper: Pulled Chicken & Pepper Pizza

Enjoy Dani’s recipes, comment for a chance to win and share on social media so your friends can have a chance to win too.

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This is a guest post from Scott Lindenhurst at SauceAuthority.com. Thanks, Scott for sharing your review with our readers and website visitors. Click to read Scott’s review of Slatherin’ Sauce Original Recipe.

Click to read SauceAuthority Review of Slatherin' SauceToo many times when you are looking for that perfect complement to your dinner, you are stuck with the same old hot or BBQ sauce that you have used and tasted a million times. It doesn’t even have to be the same brand, same style, same heat level. It can be a myriad of different sauces but chances are, if you are using the same category of sauce, you’ve had the same taste several times before with just a different label on it.

I host a website – SauceAuthority.com – where I have tasted and posted a ton of hot sauce reviews and BBQ sauce reviews. Many of them are ‘under the radar’ sauces, not just the typical ones you see at every restaurant or grocery store. So I’ve been able to taste many different sauces throughout my reviews. There have been the mild sauces that you can hardly tell anything has been added to them. There have been the hot sauces that you wonder why anyone would even put themselves through the pain of eating them. And there have even been BBQ sauces you’ve tasted that you felt like you have had them time and time again, just switching the labels on the front.

Then I came across Slather Brand sauce – in particular the Original Recipe – and it literally changed my taste buds and my views towards sauces instantly. Like I said, I have had my fair share of sauces and have rated them from low to decently high, but all bets were off the first time I tried this sauce.

Let me explain. This isn’t labeled as a hot sauce or BBQ sauce so it doesn’t fit the cookie-cutter mold of a ‘standard’ sauce. However, who said all sauces had to be the same? This sauce stands out from the rest in a unique fashion. It has a slight bit of kick to it which lends it to fall under the hot sauce umbrella. Yet the sweet taste to it has your taste buds thinking it should be classified as a BBQ sauce.

So what gives? Truthfully, I am not 100 percent sure where to classify it. I tried it initially with a burger and was floored by how good it tasted. And then that led to me pretty much using it with everything. But when people are over at the house and I am using it, I still don’t know what to call it. However, once I try to explain it for a few seconds and then just tell them to try it, they get what I’m saying.

Slather Brand Foods obviously did their research in what makes a great sauce, and the combination they came up with is a tremendous idea. They hit the target on this one, and they took the chance of going outside the norm to make a sauce that you can utilize on pretty much anything you come across.

I have tested a ton of different sauces and few, VERY FEW, have received the accolades that the Original Recipe by Slather Brand Foods has garnered. So regardless of whether you think it should be a hot sauce or a BBQ sauce, one thing is for sure – don’t go another meal without it. Slather up anything you have, it is that good. No reason to be bias, I tell it how it is. That’s the truth, that’s my word. And I bet you follow suit when it comes to Slather.

SauceAuthority is the home of the best reviews on BBQ Sauces, hot sauces, and Hot Sauce Recipes.

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We’re pleased to be featured in the The Local Palate’s blog post. In case you haven’t heard of this delicious publication, the magazine is just over a year old. It is a wonderful compendium of articles, recipes, reviews, and insights into the food and beverages of our Southern region. You can count on the magazine to keep you informed of the best in culinary goodness emanating from The South.

The Local Palate’s Sydni Hebert writes,

Here at TLP, we have been taste testing bar-b-q sauces and think we may have found our favorite. Ever heard of Slather Brand Slatherin’ Sauce? If not, you need to get your hands on some ASAP!

We provided them with the recipe for our Original Slather Burger ™, our signature scrumptious hamburger, which Syndi thinks is just the ticket for Super Bowl eaters.  Read the entire blog post at The Local Palate, or get the recipe right here on our website.

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