Miss in the Kitchen and Hawaiian Pizza
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.
As an entrepreneur, I’ve found that relationships with my customers and with bloggers have helped us grow our brand’s awareness among those who are gluten-intolerant, or those who watch what they eat. We’ve also learned that many of you avidly follow food bloggers, trying the products that they recommend.
We’re delighted to announce that Slatherin’ Sauce has been reviewed by Goodies for Gifts, a new site run by Lynn, who writes,
“I want to review local businesses with delicious foods that can be ordered online and sent anywhere in the United States. My advice combined with fabulous foods will make you the most popular gift giver around!”
Lynn says about Slatherin’ Sauce:
“I would describe the Spicy Slatherin’ Sauce as sweet and spicy. Our favorite part of the sauce was the texture. It is a unique blend of all natural ketchup, gobs of natural honey, sweet pineapple, crushed red peppers, garlic, and other spices. The ingredients are visible with the naked eye, making this sauce as close to homemade as you can get. It’s important to highlight that all Slatherin’ Sauces are gluten free and contain no high fructose corn syrup, no artificial sweeteners, and no artificial coloring or flavors.”
We appreciate the bloggers of the net who graciously review and share Slatherin’ Sauce with their readers.
Stephanie has thousands following her and reading her recommendations on a regular basis. So when she reached out to us to review Slatherin’ Sauce, we were so excited. Her resulting review points out the great reasons to use Slatherin’ Sauce. And Stephanie, you are right, now that fall is here, you can use Slatherin’ Sauce for “something heartier.”
“Just because it’s cooling down doesn’t mean you can’t still barbeque and grill outside. But you’re going to need to kick it up a notch. After all, a summer full of delicate fish and grilled chicken for salads is fine when it’s hot out, but you’re going to want something a little heartier, a little more decadent than that.
That’s why I’m using Slather Brand Sauces.”
Way to go Stephanie! Thanks for your endorsement!
We love our blogger friends who are sharing the Slather Brand Foods love with their readers. Blogger Kelsey of Chic ‘n Savvy Reviews has a Slatherin’ Sauce Giveaway running over at her blog. She’s giving away a Gift Pack of Slatherin’ Sauce to the winner and that could be you! The give-away entries will be accepted until August 1, 2011.
Kelsey wrote about Slatherin’ Sauce,
“This sauce is really good, it has such a nice sweet and a hint of spice to it. I love how it stuck on the meat, and really gave the Pork Loin a whole new flavor! I would recommend trying out their Slatherin’ Sauces if you want new flavor to foods! Of course know this sauce is good on many other foods, beside bbq! That is just how I tested it out at first 🙂 I know we will be playing around more with this Sauce in the future!!”
Thanks, Kelsey, we thank you for Slatherin’ It On and sharing your thoughts with your thousands of readers!
Via Facebook, we *met* Milisa, a wonderful food blogger who is super creative, not to mention kind. Milisa sampled Slatherin’ Sauce and has created her own recipe for Hawaiian Pizza.
Do jump on over to Miss in the Kitchen and take notes, ’cause you’re gonna want to create this pizza for your family this weekend.