EAT Barbecue

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I received a 16 ounce bottle of EAT BARBECUE: The Next Big Thing. This sauce is on the sweet side, with hints of smoke and spice. I picked up some boneless chicken breasts, put it into a dutch oven, browned the chicken on each side, poured some of The Next Big Thing barbeque sauce on top and let that cook for for about 30-40 minutes or until meat is fully cooked, flipping the chicken occasionally.

The barbeque sauce was very good. I cubed the left overs and threw it into a salad for lunch. Even cold the barbeque was delicious and added so much flavor to my salad that I had no need for dressing.

I am definitely looking forward to making baby back ribs next week. This barbeque sauce is truly is the next big thing!


Another sauce I received is a 16 ounce bottle of EAT BARBECUE:  IPO.  This sauce has some sweetness, vinegar twang, and a little warmth in your mouth.  If you like your food spicy, this for you.  Again, I like quick stress free dinners, so picked up some boneless chicken, browned each side in a dutch oven, coated it in the IPO barbeque sauce and let that cook for 30-40 minutes until fully cooked, flipping occasionally.  I served it with a side of mash potatoes and salad and my man was happy, happy, happy.  He loved the spicy twang and was impressed that it is gluten free and all natural.  I’m looking forward to whipping up some chicken wings with the EAT BARBECUE: IPO Sauce.
I liked that I can read and understand the ingredients on both bottles and feel confident serving it to my family.  It’s is our new family barbeque sauce staple.
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