Wednesday, May 20, 2015

It's a spread, It's a dressing, It's Sepo Sauce...#Review and #giveway


I have never heard of Sepo sauce and was very excited to try it out!!  The label looked very interesting and I wasn't sure what I would find when I unscrewed the lid.  Oh my goodness....and I mean goodness!  I had a little taste with a spoon and it was a spicy tangy treat.  I was having a leftover Chick Fil A sandwich for dinner that night so I spread a little on there and I didn't know you could make a CFA sandwich better but that is exactly what the Sepo sauce did!!  I love it!!  Sepo Sauce comes in a jar and is a spread.  Personally, I think it will replace mayonnaise or mustard on sandwiches and subs.  I have since used it on a turkey sub that I made at home.  It's a great addition to spice up your plain sandwich.  I plan to use it as a marinade on chicken very soon.  I've been bad the past couple of weeks and not cooked very much at home!!  May is such a busy time for me at school.  An even better reason to love this spread is that it is Gluten Free. This will be a condiment you will want to stock in your fridge.  It will be a great addition to your summer picnics and family gatherings.   

Yummy!  I couldn't wait to open this!

Creamy goodness!


So yummy on my chicken sandwich!


 Sharla’s passion for cooking began as a child, sitting on the kitchen counter in a cardboard box watching her mother decorate cakes. Although an introvert by nature, Sharla learned to express herself and her unique personality by creating food. She had a taste for the unusual, a quality that her father helped nurture at a young age. Growing up in Chowchilla and Dos Palos, two small towns in Central California, Sharla lacked access to new and exciting cuisine – excluding cheese enchiladas and “mojos” (fried potatoes smothered in cheese sauce) from her neighborhood joints! But quickly – and with an old Betty Crocker cookbook in hand – Sharla started to experiment.

With Mom at work and 17 miles of separation between home and “civilization,” Sharla began cooking in the early 90s and drew inspiration from faraway cooking shows on television. Though she had spent winters learning to speak Spanish in Mazatlán, Mexico and had cruised around the San Francisco Bay on her dad's boat, Sharla hadn't traveled much. Consequently, she found herself exploring the world and all the tastes that it had to offer through her family’s satellite TV.

For generations, Sharla’s family worked in agriculture, and although she was expected to maintain the business, her love of creating burned from within! Sharla soon discovered a golden ticket to pursuing her cooking aspirations; she attended Western Culinary Institute in Portland, Oregon (now called Le Cordon Bleu of Culinary Arts) and graduated in 1995. Never interested in becoming a high-profile chef, however, Sharla focused on practicality and aimed to create good food for family and college friends to enjoy together. While living in San Luis Obispo shortly after graduation, Sepo’s future visionary developed a particular interest in whole foods and organic produce.

Sharla returned to her hometown in 1997 to start a family of her own, where she established a test kitchen of sorts called Baker Farming Co. She and her children later moved from the San Joaquin Valley to Southern California, where she resides today. Sharla notes, “Southern California has enabled me to participate in a healthy lifestyle that answered questions to years of debilitating migraines and sickness that were mostly un-diagnosed. Though I enjoyed all that life had to offer for the palate, I was unaware of the 20 plus food allergies that have always been with me.” After learning of these food allergies, Sharla vowed to continue providing excellent tasting experiences for others, despite the inability to enjoy them herself.

With this goal in mind, Chef Sharla created Sepo Sauce – a well-balanced, versatile sauce featuring a garlicky tang and hint of grated horseradish. She then offered it to family and friends, who raved about its flavor and encouraged her to jar it and share with the world. Taking their advice, Sharla perfected her recipe and made this one-of-a-kind sauce, dip, spread, and dressing available to us all. Purchase it online and taste Sepo for yourself!




Thank you to Devin for the introduction to Sepo Sauce!  I'm so glad to have this in my home and I know you will enjoy just as much as I do!

Want it? Buy it!
To purchase your own jar of Sepo sauce go to their website at www.seposauce.com.  You can also find recipes and other ways to use your Sepo sauce on this webpage.  I found it very informative. 


Want it? Win it!

One lucky reader will win their own jar of Sepo sauce! Mmm! What would you like to use Sepo sauce on? This giveaway is open to US residents, 18 and older- one entrant per household, please. Just use the RC giveaway form below to enter for your chance to win! This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

 


9 comments:

  1. I would love to try it on chicken breasts..always looking to try something different.

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  2. I would like to try the Sepo Sauce because I like garlicky and spicy flavors.

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  3. It is a versatile sauce that can be used on many food items

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  4. I love trying new food products - especially if they are healthier for me.

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  5. I would like to try this because my picky eater husband loves garlic flavors.

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  6. I would love to try Sepo Sauce – a well-balanced, versatile sauce featuring a garlicky tang and hint of grated horseradish. It sounds delicious.

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  7. I love to try different kinds of sauces

    Twila

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  8. Roast beef would be great with Sepo sauce, I bet.

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