Wednesday, November 28, 2012

PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals) Sauces are Here!

PETA Burger & Steak Sauce
PETA Steak Sauce
If you're looking for a unique and amusing Christmas, Hanukkah or other occasion gift for your favorite carnivore--or for that special vegetarian with a healthy sense of humor, here it is:  PETA sauces and seasonings!

No, these are not condiments from the (in)famous animal-rights organization. In this case, PETA stands for "People Eating Tasty Animals." Let's face it: If we were meant to be vegetarians, meat wouldn't taste so good!

These cheeky PETA sauces and seasonings will complement and enhance the natural flavor of everything from beef and pork to chicken and other poultry, venison and other game meats, and even fish and seafood. And although I hate to admit it, they're also quite yummy on meatless and vegetarian foods from grilled veggies to tofu stir fry dishes, black bean burgers, seitan, tofu and more.

PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals) BBQ Sauce is a mildly spicy, tangy tomato barbecue sauce that's sweetened with apple juice, brown sugar and molasses and balanced with just the right touch of savory spices for rich flavor the whole family will enjoy.  Whether you're grilling ribs or burgers, smoking a brisket or pork butt, roasting chicken or pork loin, or even barbecuing some shrimp kabobs or tuna steaks, PETA Barbecue Sauce will bring out the best in them and make your taste buds sing.  You can also use it in indoor recipes like sloppy joes, meatloaf, chili, party meatballs, and other stovetop or oven favorites. And if you like to eat healthy, you'll be glad to know that this finger-licking good barbeque sauce is made with all-natural ingredients and does NOT have any high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).

PETA Hot Sauce
PETA Hot Sauce
For meat-eaters who enjoy zesty, fiery hot sauces, we have PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals) Garlic Habanero Hot Sauce. Boasting a solid medium-hot habanero burn and distinctive habanero pepper flavor, this is an honest, straightforward vinegar-based habanero hot sauce that's spiked with pungent garlic to keep things interesting. PETA Hot Sauce is an excellent choice as your go-to table sauce and all-purpose hot sauce, whether you're cooking, grilling, tailgating, camping, or eating breakfast, lunch or dinner. Because it doesn't have any "extra" ingredients such as fruit, herbs or strong spices, liquid smoke, or sweeteners, it's perfect for when you want to add habanero heat to a dish but don't want to change its flavor or overpower the food.

PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals) Steak Sauce is mild on the heat scale (not spicy) but at the top of the flavor scale. This gourmet steak sauce is superb on all sorts of red meat, from filet mignon and ribeyes to hamburgers, brisket, pork chops, venison medallions, breakfast sausage patties and even over meatloaf instead of ketchup. And I guarantee that if you pour it on a veggie burger, your vegetarian friends will thank you for improving its flavor. In fact, this fine-tasting steak sauce does NOT contain anchovies or any other animal products (unlike many commercial steak sauces), so it's actually an ideal choice for vegetarians and vegans. One taste and you'll never go back to supermarket steak sauces again.

PETA Steak Seasoning
PETA Steak Seasoning
If you like your steak seasoning and BBQ dry rub on the savory, not sweet, side then PETA (People Eating Tasty Animals) Steak Seasoning & Rub is for you. Paprika, garlic and Kosher salt are the main three ingredients in this all-natural, savory rub, and there's just a dash of dried peppers and a pinch of a secret spice blend for a deep, robust flavor that's both complex and food-friendly. Pat some PETA rub on your steak before grilling, broiling or searing in a pan, or rub it on ribs, chicken, pork butt, chops, London broil, brisket and other cuts of meat before grilling, smoking or cooking. Sprinkle it on cooked vegetables, French fries, popcorn, baked potatoes and even over a salad.

All PETA products are currently on sale at the Carolina Sauces online store, so get them today before they run out as they're sure to be quite popular as Christmas gifts.

Zestfully yours,

1 comment:

  1. Hot sauce named after the infamous People Eating Tasty Animals who should stop ruining everything to do with animal advocacy is just the touch People Eating Tasty Animals headquarters in Norfolk, VA could use!
    People Eating Tasty Animals: The inspiration for countless rotten jokes since 1980