Free Sauce Friday: Okie Steak House Barbecue Sauces

It’s another Free Sauce Friday and we’ve got some great stuff here from Okie Steak house, whose sauce I review this past Monday.

3 Winners Will Receive All Three Of These Items!

  • 1 bottle of Okie Steak Hosue Barbecue Sauce
  • 1 Bottle of Okie Steak House Baked Bean Starter (I love baked beans)
  • 1 tin of Love “Spice for Living” (I like the packaging of this one)

In Order to Win You Must Complete Both Tasks Below

  1. Comment on this blog post – what would you do with this spice rub?!  (extra points for creativity)
  2. Like the Okie Steakhouse Facebook Page (tell em BBQ Sauce Reviews sent ya!)

Contest Ends Monday May 21 at 11:59pm EST

 

Winners Announced:

1. Kayla

I live in a dorm, so I have to cook my BBQ a bit differently than the typical grillmaster. I would pressure cook my country pork ribs, then use the rub, and finish them off in foil in the oven to glaze on some sauce. YUM!

2. Judd Newcomb

I’d love to add a spice to my love of living my meat savoring life :)

3. Kevin Byrd

I want to be sexy and rub your rub all over my meat.

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Comments

  1. Two words: baby back ribs.

    OK, so I’m not great at math. But…ribs.

    • Tom don’t feel bad, there are three kinds of people in the world those who can count and those who can’t 🙂

  2. Christopher Sorel says:

    smoked me up some brisket

  3. Bean starter? Hmm…

    Beans, beans, the magical fruit
    The more you eat, the more you toot
    The more you toot, the better you feel
    So let’s eat beans for every meal.

  4. Brian sciarratta says:

    Sure looks great. The baked bean starter is very interesting!!

  5. I would love to try the sauce and spice on some chicken.

  6. Brady McElligott says:

    That rub would go very well on my London Broil, and then to the grill. Grilled London Broil is divine, especially with a good rub and some butter.

  7. Patrick says:

    I’d add a little love to my competition meats…can never have too much love

  8. Brian Yantorno says:

    I would spice up my date night with “Love Spice” Mama would love it on her wieners (hot-links for all you perverts).

  9. Jeremy Koller says:

    I have tried the Okie Steak House BBQ sauce and it is glorious. So, I am going to tell everyone I see at the 3rd Annual AZ BBQ Festival this weekend in Scottsdale how good the BBQ sauce is in hopes of winning some more!

  10. Well first I would do baked beans in ceramic crock pots on the Big Green Egg and while they where cooking I would marinade some chicken (for the boss) and some T-bones for me in the spice. After the beans are done would stuff the chicken with some cheese (motzarella) and wrap in bacon and then just before both the chicken and steak are done I would smother them in BBQ sauce.

  11. RichieJ says:

    Hmmm, love spice huh?? That sounds good!

  12. jerry greene says:

    Read the article in Southern Living. Would love to try some!

  13. Wayne Barker says:

    With the list of ingredients in this rub, I’d have to rub my meat, and the meat I would be throwing in the smoker! };->

  14. Judd Newcomb says:

    I’d love to add a spice to my love of living my meat savoring life 🙂

  15. I can’t wait to put some of that Okie to good use on some beans and Beef!

  16. It’s official. The June issue of Southern Living magazine is out so check out the article “Gettin’ Saucy: The South’s Best Barbecue Sauce.” SL’s food staff sampled almost 100 bottles of BBQ sauce and chose their top baker’s dozen. Okie Steak House rated as one of their top 13 sauces. Great recommendation to try the sauce, in my books! Check us out.

  17. Kyle Dullea says:

    I would use the spice and sauce combo to smoke some baby back ribs on the weekend – and of course, you can’t smoke ribs w/o baked beans ( =

  18. Jericho says:

    Franks and Beans! But this time, I will keep the franks on top of the beans!

  19. Tammy Sarver says:

    Invite our Texas friends here and have a cookout …. On the “porch”

  20. William S. says:

    I’m not creative. ^insert some double entendre about Love spice rub, legs, thighs /^ …Afterwards, it goes on the chicken.

  21. Lisa Bowman says:

    I would rub up a big ole’ pork butt and smoke that bad boy! The sweetness of this rub sounds different and delicious!!!!!!

  22. Bob Shields says:

    now I know that my briskit won’t be rubed wrong because it will have plenty of LOVE RUB and along with a nice kettle of BAKED BEANS OH BOY I AM HUNGREY NOW

  23. Mark Dorton says:

    Beans, Brisket & Baby Backs Best cook out ever sauce looks good salty but also sweet & tangy with a Love Rub going on

  24. Chicken wings – yummy!

  25. Misty Smith says:

    I think I would try the rub either on some chicken or baby back ribs.

  26. i’d love to rub my meat with it and then throw it on the girl, sorry mispelled i meant grill!!

  27. Okie Doki let’s get smoken 🙂

  28. Don McLucas says:

    With the summers first 3 day weekend coming up, and I would be useing the LOVE Spice for Living to rubed down some pork butts, to slow smoked. Take some Okie Bake Bean Starter and fresh pork fat and navy beans and bake for about 5 hours. Then ues the Okie BarBeQue Sauce with the pulled pork. MMMMMMMMM

  29. I live in a dorm, so I have to cook my BBQ a bit differently than the typical grillmaster. I would pressure cook my country pork ribs, then use the rub, and finish them off in foil in the oven to glaze on some sauce. YUM!

  30. I’d start by slathering a butt with some oil and then SLOWLY sprinkle some LOVE Spice all over – making sure that every nook and cranny was completely covered before smoking the butt until tender and finger lickin’ good! 🙂

  31. Kyle Maker says:

    Obviously perfection has been attained – the only adder necessary would be a 6 pack along with these Love items slowly smoked. Really can’t ask for more!

  32. Merle Haggard says:

    I’m proud to be an Okie from Muskogee
    a place where even squares can cook some “Q”
    When I put Okie love spice on my pork butt
    Okie steak sauce makes it the greatest “Q” of all..

  33. Kevin Byrd says:

    I want to be sexy and rub your rub all over my meat.

  34. Tom Wilson says:

    I prefer my meat hot and saucy so I’ll add sauce right before the meat has reached its climax of perfect doneness.

  35. barbeque sauce says:

    wow!I love to have those free sauces. By the look of it looks like going to be on my top best bbq sauces list!

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