Saturday, March 10, 2012

Best-Selling Jerks & Curry for 2011

Walkerswood Jamaican Jerk Seasoning
If the cold of winter has you dreaming of warmer, tropical locales with sunshine and exotically-spiced foods, you can virtually escape there when you cook with any of the following Jamaican jerks or a South African curry from our list of 2011's top-selling Jerks & Curry at the Carolina Sauce Company:

1. Walkerswood Traditional Jamaican Jerk Seasoning: Beloved in Jamaica and around the world by folks who enjoy the intensely aromatic, fiery flavors of real Jamaican jerk cooking, this jerk paste or wet rub provides authentic Jamaican flavor to meats, poultry and seafood.  Simply rub some on (a little goes a long way!) and let it work its magic in the refrigerator for as little as 15 minutes for fish to overnight for hearty meats, then grill, bake, roast or cook on your stove as you wish.

Walkerswood Jonkanoo Pepper Sauce2. Walkerswood Spicy Jamaican Jerk Marinade: This ready-to-use Jamaican jerk marinade delivers the same heady flavors of Walkerswood jerk seasoning paste with the ease of a pourable marinade.  Walkerswood jerk marinade will penetrate even the toughest cut of meat, imparting genuine Jamaican flavor to whatever you use it on.

3. Walkerswood Jonkanoo Pepper Sauce: More of a hot sauce than a true jerk, Walkerswood Jonkanoo Pepper Sauce is named after a street festival and is full of feisty fire and food-friendly island seasonings to complement any savory dish.

4. Walkerswood Jerk BBQ Sauce: This tropical barbecue sauce is unlike any other, bringing together bananas and Jamaican seasonings with vinegar, brown sugar, scallions and other savory ingredients for an unexpected and delicious tangy-spicy-sweet flavor explosion.  Slather it on meats, poultry, shrimp and veggies for a Caribbean BBQ experience.

Curry cooking sauce
5. Nando's Curry Coconut Peri-Peri Cooking & Grilling Sauce: Made in South Africa with the peri-peri pepper, this creamy, exotic cooking and grilling sauce features south Asian flavors reminiscent of Thai or Indian cuisine. Marvelous with chicken and seafood, it's also excellent as a stir-fry condiment, on rice or noodles, and on vegetable dishes.

Zestfully yours,

PS:  You can find all of our best-seller lists including the top products for 2011 on our new Best-Selling Products page.

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