Bourbon Barrel Foods
Slow. Simple. Small. Smoky.
Craig and I drive a lot. We drive from our home in Woodstock, NY to visit our families in Southwest Missouri and North Texas. We drive all over looking for and shooting farm stories. On a recent trip, we passed through Louisville, Kentucky, and we stumbled on Bourbon Barrel Foods.
Bourbon Barrel Foods is making deep, flavorful condiments and aging them in smoky bourbon barrels. Their product line includes a Worcestershire, a teriyaki and a soy sauce.
Here’s how they describe themselves on their website:
“Bourbon Barrel Foods is a maker of gourmet food products that reflect the rich heritage of Kentucky’s Bourbon Country, ‘The Napa Valley of the Bluegrass.’ Our philosophy is to make quality gourmet sauces and seasonings by adhering to a three-word philosophy: slow, small, simple.”
We couldn’t agree more.
Make sure to check out their smoked spices, sorghums, and sugars, too. They even have a gourmet pancake mix and a delicious vanilla extract. By the way, they make it very plain on their website that they use non-GMO soybeans, spring water and sea salt to make their smoky concoctions, which just makes it all the more appetizing.
The last time we ate a couple of pastured steaks, we doused them in the Kentuckyaki steak sauce. Delish!
Kentuckyaki Steak Sauce, 12fl oz bottle.
Although we try to provide the most current information, pricing and sizing are subject to change by the vendors. Please double-check both while purchasing.
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