Last summer I posted about my family’s favorite condiment: Big Tony Brown BBQ Sauce. The sauce is made locally in Newberg with all-natural ingredients, and is a must-have for condiment and/or barbecue lovers. Flavored with a blend of warm spices, it has a touch of tang, a balance of sweet and heat, and no trace of the fake smoke flavoring found in many barbecue sauces. I like to call it Liquid Gold!
A recent conversation with my boys about Big Tony Brown BBQ Sauce went like this (I’m not exaggerating either…I immediately wrote it down so I wouldn’t forget it):
“Boys, I saw Big Tony today and bought a few more bottles of sauce,” I said after returning from a store run.
“It’s the best sauce in the world!” bellowed Younger Boy.
“I agree!” exclaimed Older Boy with hearty enthusiasm.
There you have it…WE LOVE THIS SAUCE!
The really BIG news here is that Big Tony Brown BBQ Sauce is now being carried by Made In Oregon, the retail store that carries products that are…uh, made in Oregon (I bet you figured that out). This means more business for Tony Brown, and more deliciousness being served up across America. While the products are not on the Made in Oregon website yet, they are carried in their stores. Woohoo!
The sauce is available in 3 levels of heat: Mild, Spicy and Super Spicy (their newest addition). Other Big Tony Brown products include The Mild Dry Marinade, The Spicy Dry Marinade, and The Dust (an all-purpose seasoning with a peppery kick and less salt than brands like Johnny’s or Lawry’s).
The sauces can be found online at Big Tony Brown BBQ or at these fine Portland metro stores:
Made In Oregon (all mall locations and PDX Airport), Red Hills Market (Dundee), The Meating Place (Hillsboro), Otto’s Sausage (SE Portland), Barbur World Foods (SW Portland), Market of Choice (SW Portland & West Linn), Chuck’s Produce (Vancouver).
Buy some today!
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