Thursday, September 13, 2012

Carolina Sauce Newsletter: Back to School Savings & Freebies

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Flickr photo by Kt Ann
Back to School Coupon Sale

School's back in session, and so are the savings when you use the coupon code HotSept2012 at the Carolina Sauces online store! This special Newsletter coupon gets you 5% off your product total through Sept. 30th when you enter it online at checkout. It's good on all Carolina Sauces products, you can use it as often as you wish, you can share it with friends, and there's no minimum purchase required. Just remember to enter the code HotSept2012 (no spaces) at checkout. ***This coupon expires at midnight on September 30th, and does not apply to the Jim's Own products or other Partner products.***

Latest New Products

Bullgator Sauce
Here's what's new since our last Newsletter (and YES the HotSept2012 coupon is good on all these new products):

NEW Hot Sauces & BBQ Sauce

*Gator Hammock Bullgator BBQ & Steak Sauce: This sweet & sassy tomato based sauce combines guava & lime for a tropical twist, adds Worcestershire for savory depth, and a dash of habaneros for peppery zip. Great on steaks, ribs, chicken, & pork.

*Pain is Good Diva Hot Sauces feature the famous screaming-head label, but this time they're gals instead of guys. Flavors include Asian-inspired #66 Jalapeno-Wasabi (awesome on seafood, sushi, chicken--and no, that's NOT Sarah Palin on the label); exotic & fiery #112 Jalapeno Harissa (excellent on beef, pork & chicken, and inspired by North African harissa); and spicy-sweet mustard-based #164 Honey Cayenne (superb on chicken, ribs, shrimp & veggies).

*Melinda's Fire-Roasted Habanero Pepper Sauce: Similar to a chipotle sauce but hotter, this all-natural, smoky Caribbean hot sauce is made from fire-roasted choice red habanero peppers and garlic for a big, bold flavor.

NEW Sweet Stuff

Red Habanero Pepper Jelly
*Jim Beam Bourbon Pancake Syrup: Sweet, southern-style pancake syrup with a splash of smooth Kentucky bourbon whiskey for a rich, deep caramel & vanilla notes. Try it over ice cream or in oatmeal, as a glaze, and over waffles, French toast or biscuits.

*Marie Sharp's Habanero Pepper Jellies are authentic, all-natural Caribbean pepper jellies from Belize, which means they're a lot hotter than your typical American pepper jellies. Available in red habanero pepper jelly and green habanero pepper jelly, enjoy these sweet-fiery condiments with ham, chicken, seafood, lamb, spooned over warm brie or with cream cheese as a spread.

*Marie Sharp's Sweet Orange Pepper Jelly is naturally sweet with a delicate orange flavor that the whole family will love (it's NOT spicy). Spread it on toast, English muffins, bagels and anywhere else you'd use jelly or marmalade.

NEW Mustards

Bacon Mustard
*Bacon Mustard: Yes, this American yellow mustard tastes like bacon! And for even richer flavor it has a touch of Jim Beam bourbon. One taste and you'll never use ordinary yellow mustard on your hot dogs, sandwiches or burgers again.

*Bourbon Mustard: If bacon isn't your "thing" but you're bored with mass-produced mustards, this Bourbon Mustard from Jim Beam will wake up your taste buds and dress up your sandwiches, hot dogs and anything else on which you use it.

*Tobago Keys Honey Mustard: This unique honey mustard gets its island flavor and kick from just enough habaneros to make it zesty and not too hot. Enjoy it as a condiment, dressing, or mixed into your favorite chicken or tuna or egg salads.

NEW Dips & Snacks

Spicy Artichoke Spinach Dip
*Fiesta Spicy Artichoke Spinach Dip: This dairy-free dip is a fusion of spicy tomato salsa with artichoke & spinach for an unusually delicious alternative to creamy (and high-fat) spinach artichoke dips. Incredibly good with chips, pita wedges, raw veggies, or as a topping for grilled chicken, roast pork, broiled or fried fish, etc.

*Fiesta Artichoke Spinach Con Queso Dip: Think of this as a Mexican twist on traditional creamy artichoke spinach dip. Cream cheese, spinach and artichokes get an energizing kick from jalapenos and and hot pepper sauce for a festive change of pace for this classic party favorite.

*Tabasco Spicy Garlic Dill Pickles: Thin dill pickle slices are seasoned with Tabasco sauce to add just the right touch of peppery heat to hamburgers, sandwiches, subs & wraps. Chop them up & blend with mayo to make homemade spicy tartar sauce, or chop to add to salads & spreads.

You can see ALL our newest products on our New Products Page.

Jim's Own BBQ Sauce is Back!

Jim's Own BBQ Sauce & Dry Rubs
We've partnered directly with the manufacturer to bring you Jim's Own BBQ Sauce again! A North Carolina favorite and award-winner, Jim's Own is a tangy-sweet vinegar & tomato barbecue sauce (i.e., Piedmont or Lexington style, aka western NC) with a touch of spice. Perfect for pulled or chopped pork BBQ, Jim's Own is also excellent as a marinade & grilling sauce for chicken, beef & seafood, plus it's super-tasty in the kitchen, too. The original is the mild Jim's Own Homestyle BBQ Sauce, and for fans of hot & spicy foods there's Jim's Own Hot BBQ Sauce with hot peppers added to the original. Two newer flavors are Jim's Own Mustard BBQ Sauce (inspired by South Carolina BBQ) and Jim's Own Smokey BBQ Sauce with a natural earthy smokiness. All 4 varieties come in pints, quarts AND gallons, and you can also buy by the case.

But there's more: We also offer the brand-new Jim's Own Mild Rub and Jim's Own Smokey Rub, which add mouthwatering flavor to ribs, pork butt, chicken, brisket, roasts & more. The BBQ Rubs come in 5oz bags or cases of 6 bags. You can order all of these sauces & rubs from our NEW Jim's Own BBQ Sauce page. And although the September coupon doesn't apply to Jim's Own products, the folks at Jim's Own are throwing in a FREE SAMPLE of one of their other products with every order from our new page.

Jim's Own Chicken & Apricot Kebabs

This mouthwatering recipe is courtesy of Jim's Own BBQ Sauce.

2 ½ pounds skinless deboned chicken breast fillets
1 packet Mediterranean apricots
1 onion chopped in quarters
Green or Red peppers (optional)
1 tsp dried thyme
1 cup Jim’s Own BBQ Sauce: Mild, Hot or Mustard

Mix the thyme with the Jim’s Own Sauce of your choice. Cut the chicken in 1 to 1.5 inch cubes and marinate it in half a cup of the Jim’s Own Sauce Mild, Hot or Mustard for 2 to 4 hours or overnight. After marinating skewer the meat, apricots, onion and optional peppers onto metal or bamboo skewers and grill over medium heat.

Want Free Sauce? "Like" Us on Facebook!

Want to win FREE sauces and seasonings? Then play the Crock Pot Game on October 1st on the Carolina Sauce Company Facebook page!  We post a new game on our Facebook page on the 1st day of each month. Just follow the rules and post your answer on our FB page, and we'll select a winner each month to receive free products, a gift certificate, or other zesty prize. The next Crock Pot Game will be posted on October 1st, so be sure to "Like" us on Facebook in order to play.  Our Facebook page is also the place to find additional coupons, special offers and private sales--simply click on the "Coupons" tab (with the green dollar sign) to access the current offers.  We love hearing from you, too, so please leave us a comment and feel free to share your food photos, recipes, BBQ/food blog, or other zesty info on our page.

Zestfully yours,

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