Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Delwood's Barbecue Sauce and rub, review, recipe, and giveaway - 10/7/14 to 11/1/14

Well, first off all, I planned on getting this post up and running on 10/6/14, but since I didn't I am going to be running the giveaway from 10/7/14 to 11/1/14. 

I ask that the winner of the giveaway give their review on the sauce and rub below, along with the spicy sauce, that isn't pictures and hasn't even been released to the public yet.

Let me start off this post with my review of Delwood's Barbecue Sauce, since it's my favorite! It has a bit of spiciness to it as well as a vinegar taste to it. I have also found that it goes with all kinds of recipes, from meatloaf (recipe below) to hamburgers, to making a sauce with it to go with other meals (like the topping for the meatloaf below, along with the recipe for it!) Not to mention just using it as a topping for recipes! I give Delwood's Barbecue sauce a 5 star rating!

Now you are probably wondering how I heard about this awesome company right? Right. Well, that is simple. I got introduced to Delwood's Barbecue, through my boyfriend, because he is best friends with the maker of Delwood's Barbecue Sauce! We went to his house one night and got a jar, and got to sample a barbecued pig, mixed with this awesome sauce! So, we bought some of the barbecued pig meat that night as well!

 Now let's move on to one of my favorite recipes to make with Delwood's Barbecue Sauce! It is my Grandma Sally's meatloaf, that I have now made my own thanks to the help of my boyfriend, so I guess you could say it is actually now mine and my boyfriends meatloaf, but I still have to give my Grandma Sally credit, since she came up with it. I would love to tell her in person about it, but she passed away on 5/9/12, so hopefully she knows by looking down at me that I have taken her awesome recipe and made it my own thanks to my awesome boyfriend and his friend for the Delwood's Barbecue Sauce.

Regular sized meatloaf.

Meatloaf Recipe

~ Marinate the meat overnight in about half a jar of Delwood's Barbecue sauce

Then the next day, mix in the following: 

~ 2 eggs
~ 1/2 cup of oatmeal
~ Teaspoon of garlic
~Teaspoon of onion powder
~ Salt to taste
~ Pepper to taste
~ 1 package of Lipton Onion soup (powdered) 
~ Shredded cheese or a Cheese stick or two

Meatloaf Sauce

~ Pour the rest of Delwood's Barbecue sauce
~ 1/2 bottle of Hickory Barbecue sauce
~ 2 tablespoons of coarse brown mustard
~ Little garlic powder, 
~ Little onion powder
~ Salt to taste
~ Pepper to taste
~ 1/4 cup of brown sugar

Then once you move the meatloaf into the pan you are going to bake it in, you want to make an indention in the middle of the meatloaf to put the cheese into, then you are going to cover the cheese with the meat before you put it in the oven. Then you will bake the meatloaf for about an hour at 350*F. Once an hour is over, you will spoon some of the meatloaf sauce you made onto the meatloaf before you turn up the heat to 400*F to broil for about 10 minutes. Once finished you will serve the meatloaf sliced with another spoonful of the meatloaf sauce on top, serve with a side of mashed potatoes and whatever veggies you like. 

Now that you have an idea on what you can make with Delwood's Barbecue sauce, I want to move onto my boyfriends review of Delwood's Barbecue sauce, so you can hear from another person what they think of this awesome barbecue sauce!

"This is a review of my friend's eastern NC vinegar bbq sauce. I have to say this is good on just about everything. We have tried it on meats, and sauted veggies. Mixed in meatloaf, and orange chicken. It is versatile and it does have a bit of a heat, but you can tone it down by mixing in brown sugar . I would definitely give this 5 stars, and recommend it to everyone to try."

Now let's move onto the part that you are probably waiting for, since I have you hungry and wanting to try Delwood's Barbecue sauce! Let's move onto the giveaway that will be running from today, October 7, 2014 to November 1, 2014. It is open to everyone around the world! 


  1. I learned they are going to kick it up a notch with a sufficiently hot sauce.

  2. CONNIE SOWARDS commenting: I learned that mixed with a little olive oil, Delwood's sauce can be a salad dressing too.

  3. I love that it can be turned into salad dressing. My son east's a salad almost every day. Thank-you for a great #giveaway :-)

  4. I learned it is Eastern North Carolina Style.


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