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  • Review & Giveaway: Bob Evans Wildfire Sauce + Grill Kit

    The folks at Bob Evans sent me a bottle of their Wildfire BBQ Sauce to try, so I did one of my favorite things to do with barbeque sauce: I poured some in the slow cooker over frozen boneless skinless chicken breasts and let it cook for five hours on high. Then I shredded it and served it on grilled pizza. (I know, I could have grilled the chicken too, but the slow cooker was easier – and we prefer shredded chicken to chunks of chicken around here.)

    The verdict? Delicious! The Wildfire BBQ Sauce has a wonderful sweetness and very mild kick to it. Unfortunately, it’s enough of a kick that the kids didn’t like it but Marc and I liked it a lot. I would put it on my short list of preferred barbeque sauces, but it doesn’t seem to be available in my area. The restaurants are all in the eastern half of the U.S., so I’m guessing that’s where it’s available.

    But good news! You don’t have to live in the eastern half of the country to win your own bottle of Wildfire BBQ Sauce and set of grilling tools.

    To enter this giveaway, tell me your favorite way to use barbeque sauce in the form below. If you’re having trouble with the form, you can go directly to the published form. This entry is mandatory and must be completed before the additional entries below.

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    You can enter up to four times (one for each type), and you must complete the form once per entry. Only one entry of each type per email address will be counted. I’ll select the winners using Random.org and announce them here on CFO as well as contact them by email. Winners must respond within 24 hours, otherwise their prize will be forfeited and a new winner will be selected.

    The giveaway ends at 9:00 p.m. PDT on July 20, and is open to U.S. residents only. Good luck, and thanks for reading CFO!


    Disclosure: I received a bottle of Wildfire BBQ Sauce and a grill kit to try. All opinions are my own. Read the full CFO disclosure policy.

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