Friday, August 16, 2013

Seasons Harvest Joe's Mustard Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I received samples from Seasons Harvest to review. However, all opinions are my own.


Being from the South I love mustard y'all! Give me any flavor and I'm in Southern heaven. Recently I had the opportunity to try Seasons Harvest Joe's Mustard. This yummy in your tummy mustard will make your tongue tingle and your tummy twang!
All natural ingredients, totally fat-free
Orange marmalade, prepared mustard, apricot preserves, honey, horseradish, mustard seed.

Joe's Mustard can be eaten on anything, but today I'm trying it as a glaze for turkey meatballs and it's yummy in your tummy good y'all!

I'd never heard of Seasons Harvest until I found them on FB. Because I love to cook with mustard I love the fact Seasons Harvest uses all natural ingredients, they've been in business 23 years, and they're located in the US. All of their formulas are based on recipes handed down from generations of cooks, just like my granny.

Is y'all's mouth watering yet? Here's my recipe for turkey meatballs with Joe's Mustard.

Ingredients:
12 oz. ground turkey
2 tsp. season salt
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1/4 cup sesame pretzel bread crumbs
1 chopped green onion

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Combine all the ingredients and form about 7-8 meatballs
Place in shallow pan and bake 20-30 minutes until golden brown.
Remove from oven and drain any grease; brush with Joe's Mustard.
Return to oven  for 2-3 minutes until glaze is bubbly.


I know my mouth is watering y'all. Normally $12  for a 12 oz. jar, right now Joe's Mustard and other condiments are onon sale until the end of August or your can win your very own jar of Joe's Mustard. Just enter on the Rafflecopter below. US only. Contest ends 8/30/13.

To find out more about Joe's Mustard and Seasons Harvest be sure to check out their website, FB, Twitter, or Pinterest and don't forget to enter.





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11 comments:

Jenna Wood said...
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Jenna Wood said...

I'd love to try the Kansas City rubbed chicken recipe!

Christie Williamson said...

The Pizza Puttanesca sounds interesting! I'll have to try that one.

http://www.seasonsharvest.com/recipes/pizza-puttanesca.html

Theresa N. said...

I'd try Baked Cheyenne Chicken Thighs.
theresa n
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Heather B said...

I would try the Pizza Puttanesca

William Kendall said...

That meatball recipe sounds good!

Gigi Sweeps said...

The Blueberry Apple Cheesecake Cookies sound delicious!

Salleefur/Jesselyn/Jesster said...

I'd love to make the Best BBQ Pork Ever and the Maple Glaze Salmon San Francisco Bay Seasoning.

Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

Cynthia Lee said...

Any recipe that has the word barbeque in it is great by me! So I will have to say that the Best BBQ Pork Ever would be on my list!

Katherine Donovan said...

The Spicy Mexican Meatballs sound like they would be great for an appetizer at my next work potluck!

donovandiva61269@aol.com

Mommy Minded said...

I would make a chicken rub!

mommyminded at gmail dot com

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