Country Bob's Man Slop

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After my trip to the Texas Beef Council last week, I have become more conscious of the food I am serving my familyI want something that is tasty and brings in comfort for Dear Hubby.  He works so very very hard. Today for example he was up early and out the door.  I will not see him at lunch time as he has to stop at job #1 and run to job #2 to do the store order.  Right after work he is changing clothes at the plant then running to the store to put in his hours.  I know that once he hits the door here he will be hot, tired and very very hungry.  We are looking forward to seeing the opening show of Criminal Minds tonight too.  So I want to have a easy hot meal ready for him.  At the same time I want it to be healthy too.  Thankfully I have a recipe from Country Bob's that seems right up Dear Hubby's alley.  Country Bob's Man Slop sounds like a guys meal.  Nothing fancy but hot and nourishing.  I have two bottles of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce to use too.  I plan on using 95% lean ground beef like I learned about at the Appetite for Inspiration.  And I am changing a few things....I have to put my own spin on things.  I have some homemade vegetable soup here so that will replace the can of soup.  And instead of instant stuffing mix, I have plenty of bread and can make my own by cubing the bread and coating with my favorite seasonings and toasting them.  In this manner I am not dashing out to the store to get extras but using what I have at home.  I am putting up the recipe though as it appears on Country Bob's web site.  Go look around as they have quite a selection.  

I have learned a few things that will help others.  Did you know that Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce is gluten free?  Yeah!  So it is safe for those with allergies to use.  If you would like a vegetarian meal yet the flavor of a home bar-b-que?  Use Country Bob's!  Skewer your favorite veggies and fruits and then drizzle on the sauce.  Next place it on the grill or in the oven and yummy goodness in no time at all. There is an array of sauces, bar-b-que, spicy and salts.  They even have a cookbook to refer too.  And my all time favorite thing about Country Bob's?  They list that Christ is their CEO of the company.  Yes, a Christian company with good values.  So much so that they are willing to share.  How?  Well of course, they are giving sauce to one of my readers.  Who will it be?  Well simple this time.  Just tell me a recipe or way you like to use cooking sauces like Country Bob's so I can further my cooking expertise.  And when you do leave your email in the comment too!  I will pick a winner in two weeks time.  Don't wish to wait?  Well then pop over and fill out the form to try a bottle of your own for free!  YES, FREE!  So tell me, where is the negative.  You win one way or the other don't you.  
1 lb ground beef
1 (19 oz) can of chunky vegetable soup
2 (6 oz) package instant stuffing mix
1/2 cup of shredded cheddar cheese
1/2 cup of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce (or may substitute Spicy)
In a skillet, cook beef until no longer pink, drain. Discard about 3/4 cup of juice from the soup and stir in with beef and Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce. Prepare stuffing mix according to package directions; spoon half into the bottom of a 2 quart baking dish, add the meat mix then rest of stuffing mix, top with cheese. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 30 minutes or until heated thoroughly.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary bottle of sauce to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided. Thanks to for helping me find Country Bob's too.
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  1. I have wanted to try this forever!!

    I think it would be great to just throw in the crockpot with some chicken thighs and come home to a super-yummy big pot of grub!!!

  2. Hey Kiddo! Yeah! Kaylen has the right idea! Crock Pot here I come! LOL! As you can see I'm not a pains-taking cook. The easier the better, (except microwave cooking. Hubby draws the line at that). Anyway Lynette, thank you for such a sweet comment. Love you tooo! I actually made it through our trip to Temple, but I was hurting so bad by the time we got home, I soaked in the bath tub shortly after. I'm telling you this is not what it's cracked up to be, no pun intended! LOL!

    God Bless!

  3. This stuff looks yummy! I love trying new recipes and flavors :) have a super day!

  4. I have never tried this but Maureen has and said it is great on everything. Of course she did not save any for me :(

  5. My sister-in-law, Maureen, says it is good for meatloaf. I would love to try it in a meatloaf using turkey burger instead of hamburger.


  6. I like to use these sauces in meatloaf and swiss steaks, otherwise my dishes are dry enough to use as kindling. haha

  7. I am thinking this would be good added to meatballs or as a topping for hamburgers.

  8. Those look yummy--would love to try them to give my meals that extra kick :)

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  9. I like every post in this blog. Really a nice work has done.


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