Chef Robin in Columbia, SC
Get Slatherin’ Sauce at Your Pig!
Now we’re delighted to report that Slatherin’ Sauce can be on the shelves of every Piggly Wiggly! How? Just by your asking for it!
Our distributor, Haddon House, now has Slatherin’ Sauce posted to the available inventory for any Piggly Wiggly…all you have to do is ask the store manager for Slatherin’ Sauce and all the manager has to do is order it from Haddon House.
How to Get Slatherin’ Sauce at your Pig
We’re asking you, our super, always wonderful, incredible fans and friends to start a campaign to request Slatherin’ Sauce at YOUR local Piggly Wiggly. Here’s how:
- Ask your Piggly Wiggly store manager to stock Slatherin’ Sauce.
- Share the love, go to the Piggly Wiggly Facebook page and “Like” them, and tell them you want Slatherin’ Sauce at your Pig.
- Then come to this blog post, and leave your name, the Store/Location you asked to stock Slatherin’ Sauce.
At the end of 30 days, we’ll draw from the fan names below and send a gift pack of Slatherin’ Sauce to the lucky winner!
March 1, Slatherin’ Sauce to be on shelves in 24 Kings Supermarkets and six Balducci’s Foodlover’s Markets and 29 new specialty retail outlets
Charleston, SC, February 27, 2011—Robin Rhea, founder of Slather Brand Foods announces expanded distribution of Slatherin’ Sauce Original Recipe and Spicy. By March 1, 2011, the firm’s sauces will be on shelves at 24 Kings Supermarkets in the northeast as well as six Balducci’s Foodlover’s Markets.
Rhea also announces the addition of 29 new, specialty retail accounts gained at the January Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market®.
Other Slather Brand Foods news includes representation by esteemed specialty food brokerage firm Santucci Associates, Inc. of Feasterville, PA. Santucci Associates is brokering the sale of Slatherin’ Sauce to supermarkets in Metro New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, DC, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
Medford, New Jersey firm, Haddon House Food Products, Inc., importers and distributors of gourmet specialty foods serving the grocery industry, is now Slather Brand Foods distributor. According to Hoover’s Business Information, “Haddon House Food Products is a wholesale grocery distributor that specializes in ethnic food, gourmet ingredients, and organic products. It supplies more than 15,000 items encompassing several different brands, including Asian Gourmet, Jane’s Krazy Mixed-Up Seasonings, Medford Farms, and Twin Tree Gardens. Haddon House serves specialty food retailers and other retail grocers nationwide.”
“We couldn’t be more proud to be represented by our incredible broker and highly-respected distributor. Santucci Associates and Haddon House together are the perfect combination to help put Slatherin’ Sauce on major grocers’ shelves across the United States. And we are just as delighted with our growing representation on the shelves of gift and gourmet shops across the country too.”
About: Established in 2009, Slather Brand Foods, Inc. is a spicy, sassy, specialty foods manufacturer based in Charleston, South Carolina whose products are made with premium all-natural, ingredients and utilize sustainable eco-friendly packaging.
The company’s flagship product is Original Recipe Slatherin’ Sauce, “The Cure for Boring Food®.” Slatherin’ Sauce is a gourmet cooking and finishing sauce for everything from baked brie to wild boar. This sticky, sweet, slightly spicy sauce is a unique blend of honey, pineapple, tomatoes, crushed red pepper and spices. Slatherin’ Sauces are gluten free, preservative free, and free of high fructose corn syrup.
Slather Brand Foods is a certified South Carolina product and a member of the South Carolina Specialty Food Association.
My Momma and Daddy kept a garden at our house on John’s Island, SC. Momma grew the very best ‘maters in all of the area. As a child, I’d stand in the garden, eating them warm from the vine, juice dripping down my chest! While, it’s not yet tomato season in South Carolina, it is time to think about supporting your local farmers.
One way you can do this is to subscribe to a local CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture program. What used to be a unique concept years ago is now a standard way to make sure your local farmer’s crops are sold and to have freshly harvested, local produce on your table. Some areas even have CSAs that offer grass-fed beef, free range chickens and eggs and locally made sausages.
Early spring in South Carolina means we’ll soon begin seeing lettuces, and berries in our CSA boxes. Then come the peaches, and soft stone fruits, followed by tomatoes and summer corn. In South Carolina, you can find your local CSA listed with the South Carolina Department of Agriculture.
There are so many wonderful things to do in Charleston. Visitors to our Holy City often tour by horse carriage through the Historic District. Some take the tour boat out to Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. Fewer get to enjoy sailing the harbor.
If you ever visit Charleston, find an opportunity to sail in our harbor. It’s beautiful waters are embraced by the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, flowing together to make Charleston Harbor. You often see dolphins frolicking and racing your boat as you can see in this video at the 1:37 point.
Charleston Ocean Racing Association (CORA) holds weekly races in season. This lovely video shares one of the things I love most about living here, our beautiful harbor and the colorful sailboats with their spinnakers full of wind, gracefully plying the waters.
One of the benefits of living in Charleston, is that our winters are mild, our growing season long and we have many incredible farmers who carefully plant, tend and harvest food for our tables. With the recent spate of mild days, I can feel the earth waking up, getting ready for spring.
As a child on John’s Island, February made us get our garden plowed, and ready to be seeded as soon as the nights began staying warm and ground temperatures were at the right point of germination. Charleston’s Parks Conservancy offers recommendations and says you should have your seeds now.
Want to learn how to plant your own garden? The Parks Conservancy has classes coming up this weekend.
If you don’t like to get dirt under your fingernails, you can rely on our farmers who bring their produce to market. One of my favorite stops in-season is the Charleston Farmer’s Market. The City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs is in charge of the market which takes place alongside Marion Square. The market opens for the 2011 season on April 9th.
And I can’t wait!
Come on out and taste our Slatherin’ Sauces and learn why one Charleston Foodie said:
“That sauce is awesome. I ended up marinating a London broil in Original Slatherin’ Sauce, grilling it, then slathering it with more. It was divine.”
For our Facebook fans and our Twitter followers, come meet Chef Robin and tell her, “I learned about your appearance from Facebook,” or “I read about this on Twitter,” and you’ll get a Free sample mini Slatherin’ Sauce!