Samson's Sauce®

"Makes Everything Taste Better"

Try a spoonful or two in green beans, collards, pinto beans, or deviled eggs.

Use to season Brunswick stew, all kinds of soups, clam chowder & meat loaf.

Add to your homemade shrimp dip, and also Bloody Mary’s.

Season your ground beef with Samson’s Sauce when making tacos. Then use as a taco sauce on top.

Great on hot dogs, too.

Makes a wonderful marinade: Take your favorite steak, cover both sides with Samson’s Sauce, sprinkle on some soy sauce, then Adolph’s tenderizer. Pierce with fork at ½ inch intervals. Marinate 1 to 2 hours. Broil. Check often because it will cook quickly. It will taste wonderful and melt in your mouth.

Bloody Mary mix for a crowd:
46 oz. can tomato juice
32 oz. jar clamato juice
3 tablespoons Samson’s Sauce
1 tablespoon Roses lime juice
1 tablespoon horseradish
1 tablespoon salt
½ tablespoon pepper
Add half as much vodka to the mix, making it 2 parts mix to 1 part vodka

Slow Grilled Chicken:

Remove skin and fat from chicken. Sprinkle with garlic powder and seasoned salt. Let sit for an hour at room temperature.

Mix sauce and let it set for a while:
½ cup + 1 1/3 T. Wishbone salad dressing
2 T + 1 teas. Samson’s Sauce Original
½ T fresh lemon juice
½ tsp. garlic powder
This is just enough for 1 ½ chicken turned 6-8 times over the coals.

Cook chicken on low fire as slowly as possible, preferably with a pan of water underneath. Turn frequently, & baste with sauce every turn.

Wet hickory or mesquite chips can be used the last 15 minutes for variety. Wonderful!!!