Wednesday, February 13, 2008

2007's Best-Selling Marinades & Dressings

Looking to add some zest to your salads? Tired of the same old boring store-bought marinades for roasts and chicken? Ready to wake up your tastebuds and get them out of the winter doldrums? Then get yourself one or more of the following best-selling dressings and marinades, as voted on by Carolina Sauce Company customers throughout 2007!

1. Blue Tick Dressing, a berry-infused and poppy seed-flecked dressing and marinade from NC that's sure to perk up any salad and also doubles as a meat marinade

2. Greg's Happy Sauce: This Carolina Sauce Company original has won multiple awards as a gourmet marinade, grilling and all-purpose cooking sauce for meat, poultry, game and seafood. Comes with free recipes, and currently on sale!

3. Signolia's Balsamic Vinaigrette: Handmade in small batches from a family recipe, this herb-infused dressing and marinade is intensely rich, with a delightful nutty taste thanks to a touch of soy

4. Nando's Lime Cilantro Marinade & Grilling Sauce, a citrusy-spicy South African sauce that's wonderful with fish, seafood, poultry and vegetables

5. Thomas Sauce, a longtime North Carolina favorite that complements meats and poultry, and can double as a tangy tomato-vinegar BBQ sauce

6. Dave's Gourmet Soyabi Sauce: Blending wasabi with soy sauce, this Asian-inspired creation pairs well with sushi, seafood, Chinese dishes and even steak!

7. Big Daddy's Marinade, a peppery vinegar-based marinade from NC that'll tenderize the toughest meats while infusing them with terrific flavor. Comes with recipe ideas!

8. Red Tide, a Mediterranean-inspired dressing and marinade made with sweet bell peppers, Italian herbs and spices, from the makers of Carolina Swamp Sauce

9. Nando's Sundried Tomato & Basil Marinade: Made in South Africa, this richly flavored sauce is captures the essence of Portuguese colonial cuisine and is spiked with a touch of peri peri pepper

10. Wahoo Willie's Carribean Ranch Dressing: This thick and creamy concoction blends ranch dressing with peppery caribbean spices for a unique taste sensation that will wake up your salads, sandwiches and seafood dishes (it's fabulous with fried or boiled shrimp!)

Zestfully yours,

1 comment:

  1. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to promote a new sauce? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!