Monday, March 28, 2016

Circle B Ranch

\Located in Southwest Missouri is Circle B Ranch which is family-owned and operated farm specializing in naturally, sustainably and humanely raised pork with no added hormones or unnecessary antibiotics. Circle B Ranch raises their hogs the “old-fashioned” way, outside 100% on pasture where the hogs can run and exercise their instincts, the way nature intended. That is what makes Circle B Ranch meat redder and more succulent. If you’re looking for the best pork available on the market, look no further than Circle B Ranch. I was sent some items to review and sample which I was so excited to do as I am a big fan of natural foods.

 I got Marina’s Italian Style Tomato Sauce which is inspired by the Old World Italian tastes with fresh ripe tomatoes and olive oil. Big John’s BBQ Sauce is thick, rich spicy and sweet homemade with natural ingredients which you can use for burgers, ribs and more. Marina’s Cranberry Chutney real, whole cranberries and oranges go into this renowned chutney, with the perfect addition of spice to complete this perfect recipe. Marina’s Homemade Ketchup that is made in small batches with simple ingredients including tomatoes, organic garlic and onion powder. That is gluten free, soy free, dairy free, low in sodium, no high fructose corn syrup, low in calories and more. Big John’s Chop and Steak Sauce that is used for dipping, marinades for pork, chicken or beef; that is made with tomatoes sauce, tomato puree, olive oil, vinegar, molasses and more.

My Opinion: I love the Cranberry Chutney and use on my turkey burgers and mix with cream cheese for cheese and crackers. The Big John’s Chop and steak sauce is ok too many tomatoes for me but my husband loves. The ketchup is very good with the right amount of ingredients. The Italian Style Tomato sauce is great on meatball subs or over pasta and great flavor. The BBQ Sauce is good just a bit spicy and I am more of a mild BBQ sauce girl but has lots of flavors.
Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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