Sauce It Up with Edith’s Best

I think by now, it is very obvious that I love to cook and I also love to try new things.  I am very adventurous, both in and out of the kitchen.   Recently, an acquaintance of mine reached out to me and asked if I would like to sample a product for him and give him my feed back.   I am honored to do so.  What a privilege that he thought of me to sample his product.  His product is Edith’s Best – Triple A Sauce.


I received the sauce on Friday, and I used it on chicken for last night’s dinner.  This sauce is SOOOOOOO delicious!  It is a spicy, tangy sauce, with just a hint of sweetness.   I used it as a marinade for chicken that I made into kebabs and then grilled up.  I cubed the chicken in pieces that were about 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ and marinated it in Edith’s Best Triple A Sauce for about 5 hours, so it was nice and tender and full of flavor.


After letting the chicken marinate, I skewered it up and poured the remaining sauce on top of the chicken, then put it on the grill.  I wanted to make sure that I used all of my remaining sauce.  I did not want to let any of the flavors escape.


I grilled the chicken kebabs for bout 5-7 minutes, then flipped them over to continue cooking for about another 5-7 minutes.  Cook until your chicken is thoroughly cooked.  We topped our kebabs off with another splash of Edith’s Best – Triple A Sauce before serving.  The end result was delicious, tender chicken that just melted in our mouths.


I used Edith’s Best – Triple A Sauce on chicken, but it would also be very good on vegetables or pork or beef as well.  Next time you reach for the BBQ Sauce, try Edith’s Best instead.   I promise you are going to be deliciously delighted.

Unless you live in Winter Park, FL, where you can purchase Edith’s Best – Triple A Sauce directly from the source, the best way to get some is to go to the website and order directly from there.  The website and contact information are:

Jerrell Watson


(407) 850-8706

127 West Fairbanks Avenue, Suite 181, Winter Park, FL 32789


For more information, you can follow Edith’s Best at on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.




Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

18 thoughts on “Sauce It Up with Edith’s Best”

      1. Some says, when we are feeling nibbly, we gently butter bread and slather garlic with herbs on it and toast it on a thava. Add some halved baby tomates with cubes of feta and its heaven.

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