Monday, August 15, 2016

Dave's Gourmet

I am always looking for new sauces to use imposter and other dishes and recently well searching the Internet I found Dave’s Gourmet. I was sent a couple of sauces to try and they were Creamy Parmesan Romano pasta sauce which is made with mouthwatering aged Romano and Parmesan cheese, juicy ripe California tomatoes, premium California garlic, extra-virgin olive oil and fresh herbs combine to create a rich and hearty sauce that is bursting with flavor. Organic hearty marinara thick and hearty Dave’s Gourmet is delicious and made with fine ripened California tomatoes, rich olive oil, and a hint of savory garlic. All the sauces that Dave’s Gourmet makes are gluten-free, an excellent source of vitamin A, have no added sugar, super sauce and made in the USA.
My Opinion: These arrive at my home perfectly wrapped. I suffer from acid reflux so at times I can’t eat pasta sauce due to the acidity and I have found that this is one that does not cause me to have acid reflux and I am so glad that I can have red sauce again. I like how this is made with quality ingredients and organic ingredients.

About Dave’s Gourmet: Dave Hirschkop is the founder and creative force behind Dave’s Gourmet. Our products reflect his love of delicious food, wholesome ingredients, and innovative ideas. He grew up in Virginia and started an off-beat taqueria in Maryland called Burrito Madness. There he created the “hottest hot sauce in the universe” as a way to control unruly drunk patrons. However, it ended up doing the opposite and customers were coming in droves for the heat as well as the flavor. This insane heat led to his sauce being banned from the National Fiery Food Show.   

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