Friday, April 5, 2013

Ring of Fire Steak Sauce: Don't be Fooled By the Name

A good steak sauce hides any flaws a mediocre steak may have -- but often at the expense of overpowering the more nuanced layers of flavors in an excellent steak.

A great steak sauce not only hides the imperfections of a mediocre steak, but also compensates for those flaws by providing its own palette of intriguingly complex flavors.

But what truly differentiates a great steak sauce from a good one is this:  A great steak sauce complements and enhances an excellent steak by allowing the meat's magnificent flavor to take center stage on your tongue while the sauce graciously provides a harmonious background.

Ring of Fire Steak Sauce is just that kind of exceptionally great steak sauce.

First, don't be fooled by the name: Ring of Fire Original Steak Sauce is not fiery in heat. In fact, despite its name, this sauce is not hot & spicy.  The name merely indicates its source of origin:  It's made by the same company that makes the famous Ring of Fire Hot Sauces, renowned for their inspired use of all-natural ingredients including a variety of fresh hot peppers and an array of southwestern spices and seasonings.

And like its hot sauce siblings, this zesty steak sauce is made with only high-quality, all-natural ingredients. The mellow sweetness comes from molasses and brown sugar, NOT high fructose corn syrup. While most supermarket steak sauces rely on tamarinds or raisins and Worcestershire sauce, Ring of Fire Steak Sauce rises above others by using figs, onions, cider vinegar, tomatoes and a touch of natural hickory smoke for incomparable depth of gourmet flavor. A secret blend of spices brings everything together for a smooth yet vibrant finish. In sum, this is a steak-lover's steak sauce that will satisfy even the most discerning palates.

Buy Ring of Fire Hot Sauce online while it's on sale at the Carolina Sauces website, and you'll never go back to A-1 again.

Zestfully yours,

PS: Turn everyday hamburgers into gourmet steak burgers when you leave the ketchup on the shelf and use Ring of Fire Steak Sauce instead.

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