Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Wahoo Willies: Saying Goodbye to Two Sauces

Newsflash: Today I learned that Wahoo Willie's sauces are being phased out, beginning with the tropically refreshing Mango Vinaigrette, and the spicy/creamy Carribean Ranch Dressing. I was saddened by this news, as both of these dressings are wonderfully delicious and versatile, adding gourmet flair to tossed and prepared salads, seafood and veggie dishes, and grilled foods. Developed by the owner of the popular Wahoo Willie's seafood restaurant in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, these dressings developed quite a following among tourists and natives who frequented the restaurant (and also among Carolina Sauce customers), and they will be sorely missed.

The Carolina Sauce Company has limited quantities of these two dressings left in stock, so make sure you don't delay if you want a bottle or two, because once our stock is sold out, they'll be gone for good! If you miss out, don't despair: we still have quite a selection of other unique, unusual and delicious dressings for you to enjoy -- and we continue to search out and evaluate potential new products to titillate your tastebuds. Keep checking this blog for new product announcements later this month!

Zestfully yours,

PS: The good news is that we can still get Wahoo Willie's award-winning Jamaican Wing Sauce, a thick, robust and fiery sauce for chicken wings that also works well as a finishing or dipping sauce, crockpot sauce, and recipe ingredient.

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