It's time to play the October Crock Pot Game on the CarolinaSauce Company Facebook Page!
This month’s game has “gone to the dogs,” and that’s a GOOD thing: We’re giving away a Dog-Gone Sauce Prize Pack (shown on left) with a full-size bottle of:
* Dog-Gone Honey Rum Hot Sauce, and
* Dog-Gone Pineapple Honey Hot Sauce, plus a Dog-Gone cutting board for your kitchen!
Facebook page (and “like” it if you haven’t done so already), find our Oct 1st Crock Pot Game post with the photo of our trusty old crock pot, called Grandma Gert (photo on right), and leave a comment to tell us about a strange food your pet likes to eat. Don’t have a pet? Then tell us about a pet in your past, or a friend’s pet. You can comment as often as you wish, but only 1 comment per person/page will be counted. And because we can’t ship internationally, you must have a US shipping address to be eligible to win.
This month's game will run through 10pm on Thursday, October 4th, after which we’ll randomly draw a name from those who commented, and that lucky person will receive the Dog-Gone Sauce Prize Pack.
Dog-Gone Sauces are all-natural gourmet BBQ and hot sauces that were created specifically to help save and care for homeless animals. One hundred percent of the after-tax proceeds from each sale is donated to animal shelters and rescue groups. Visit our Dog-Gone Sauces page to learn more about them, and to order them online.
2 to 2 ½ lbs turkey thighs, skinned and frozen (I used boneless thighs but you can use bone-in)
1 to 1 ¼ lbs small red potatoes, halved or quartered
1 bottle of Dog-Gone BBQ Sauce
Pour just enough sauce to cover the bottom of your crock pot. Place the frozen turkey thighs as flat as possible on the bottom of the pot, meaty side down, drizzle with more of the sauce, then add the potatoes and pour in the rest of the sauce over everything. Cover and cook on high for about 6 hours (or on low for about 12), or until the turkey meat pulls easily with a fork and the potatoes are tender. Serve in bowls, or over noodles, spaetzle, couscous, quinoa or rice--it's especially good with wild rice or brown rice. Makes approx. 6 servings.