Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Sauce for a Cause is Back!

Buy Dog-Gone Sauce
The Carolina Sauce Company is excited to announce that the "Sauce for a Cause" section of our website is back! On this page you'll find sauces, snacks and other zesty products from manufacturers who have pledged to donate a portion of their proceeds to a nonprofit organization or other charitable cause. Thus, when you purchase any of the products listed on our Sauce for a Cause page, you'll also help to support a good cause while also enjoying some great tasting food. In other words, it's a win-win for all!

As of right now, we have the following products participating in this program:

Dog-Gone BBQ Turkey & Taters
*Dog-Gone Sauces (all-natural gourmet barbecue and hot sauces): This Florida-based company donates 100% (yes, one hundred percent) of their after-tax proceeds to animal shelters and rescue groups. If you enjoy zesty foods, love animals and want to help homeless dogs, cats and other creatures in need of some TLC and a good home, these mouthwatering sauces are for you. The barbecue sauce is thick and rich, with a savory-sweet, slightly smoky & spicy flavor that complements anything you grill or cook indoors. I used it to make Crock Pot BBQ Turkey Thighs & Taters (scroll down that post for the recipe), a ridiculously simple and family-pleasing dish you can serve "as is" or with rice or noodles. For hot sauce fans, Dog-Gone Sauces makes three fabulously feisty and flavorful varieties: Smoky Chipotle Hot Sauce (medium-hot), tropical Honey-Rum Hot Sauce (medium), and fruity Pineapple Honey Hot Sauce with habaneros (hot).

JT Pappy's Flaming Gator
*Another company supporting the fight against breast cancer is J.T. Pappy's Gator Sauces, makers of five all-natural mustard-tomato barbecue sauces that are savory and tangy, not sweet, with smoky notes and varying levels of heat. Choose from the mild original Gator Sauce and Hickory Heaven Sauce, the medium-heat Flaming Gator Sauce, the fiery Gator Grenade Hot BBQ Sauce, and the outrageous (in heat and in label!) Extra-Hot Termigator Sauce. Be sure to order plenty of your favorite(s) because these food-friendly barbeque sauces are among our best-sellers and sometimes they sell out faster than the manufacturer can make them!

Buy African Rhino Peri Peri Hot Sauce
*African Rhino Peri-Peri Hot Sauces are made here in the USA, but their heart belongs to the wilds of Africa. Made from the elusive peri-peri or birds' eye pepper (the hottest chile that's native to Africa), African Rhino uses peri peri peppers grown in Botswana and Mozambique especially for this line of sauces, and blends them with a rich, roasted-tomato base that's seasoned with roasted garlic and other all-natural ingredients for incomparable depth of flavor. Available in Mild, Hot and Extra Hot, your purchase of these hot sauces helps support Save the Rhino International, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and growing the rhino population through community-based initiatives (the Kalahari Pepper Company, manufacturer of African Rhino Hot Sauces, is an official corporate sponsor)

Save A Dog Hot Sauce
*Save A Dog Hot Sauce is named for a Massachusetts nonprofit that has rescued thousands of dogs from high-kill shelters in MA and from other states, as well. The organization uses foster homes and its own shelter to take in dogs of all breeds, shapes and sizes. Save-A-Dog Hot Sauce is a classic Louisiana-style vinegar pepper sauce that was created specifically as a fundraiser to support Save A Dog, and the manufacturer donates 50% of its retail sales to the organization. If you are a dog lover and are looking for a versatile, all-purpose hot sauce to use at the table and in your cooking, Save A Dog Hot Sauce is for you.

We plan to continue growing our selection of Sauce for a Cause products as we partner with more manufacturers and vendors, so be sure to bookmark the page and visit it often. And don't forget to shop there first when you're looking to buy hot sauce, BBQ sauce, peanuts or other tasty products.

Zestfully yours,

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