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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 16 Oct 14 - 06:51 PM

In a drink? I like it in food, but that sounds - ugg. I'll take the smoke in my single malt Scotch. But I'm glad you've gotten your wish and the sauce made a return!

SRS


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 16 Oct 14 - 02:51 PM

Howdy! It's been a while. I thought I'd better report on some research I conducted Tuesday night on Woody's Bold 'n Spicy. It (the research, that is) was extensive. To be thorough, I even reproduced my experiment the following night to verify that I could duplicate the results. I am pleased to say they were consistent -- and wonderful.

The thing about Woody's Bold 'n Spicy is that it's opaque, so the resulting drink is quite muddy. It is, however, delicious. Due to its lack of clarity and red-brown color, I thought I'd call it…

Woody's Big Muddy Martini

5 parts gin (I used 90-proof Hendrick's Scottish Gin)
1 part dry Vermouth (I used Martini extra dry)
1 part olive juice (I used BevMo Dirty Martini Olive Juice)
1/4 to 1/2 part Woody's Bold 'n Spicy, to taste

Shake with ice (stirring isn't sufficient to get the Woody's into solution). Pour into a chilled glass. Garnish with good olive(s) and a red chili.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 24 Jun 12 - 03:10 PM

Just dropping in to say that as a thank-you for starting this thread that kept the brand going, Woody's just sent me one of the first ten bottles of the new "Bold 'n Spicy" flavor that is about to premiere. It is wonderful, as are the memories of this long Mudcat episode.

I will always be happy that I started this thread and, in my way, helped keep Woody's alive.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 31 Dec 09 - 03:44 AM

Bill, heartfelt congratulations on two counts! Your photos (and your bride) are beautiful, your sauce divine. VP, huh? I'm pleased as punch for you.

Happy early New Year. May it be happy and prosperous.

C


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 31 Dec 09 - 01:02 AM

Why Thank You, Claire,

But you didn't change the world in the tiniest bit. You MOVED MOUNTAINS to change the world for the better!

You gathered the Country to insist that Woody's come back, which motivated Richard to buy the brand and restart production, which motivated me to help him distribute Woody's to friends on this very thread.

THAT certainly didn't turn out like I thought! I thought I would just help friends get the sauce (and me too), and when it came back on the shelves, that would be the end of it.

Little did I dream that it would become so big, or that I would become part owner and Vice President of the company. I just never imagined it. Remember, as Vice President, my FIRST duty is to keep the business running and the supply continuing, if something happens to the President.

No, Claire, you single-handedly set the stage for the comeback of an American Tradition. You set the stage and worked to save a part of American Life - and you succeeded.

If I had the ear of the President, you would receive a Gold Medal proclaiming you a True American. As it is, if you stop by the "Fancy Foods Show" in San Francisco this January, you'll find a Woody's booth, with me cooking up some steaks and chicken and handing out all the free samples you can eat. I'll be the guy in the Chef's hat - Shy is not a term used to describe me often.

BTW, I also married my Supermodel this Halloween. I posted a few choice pictures here: http://www.sffdgear.com/IOTW.htm

Bill


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,M3 Pete
Date: 06 Oct 09 - 03:21 PM

Good news, Woody's is back!

http://www.woodysfoods.com/


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,JoyKitty
Date: 28 Sep 09 - 09:28 AM

Good subsitiute for Woody's cook-in sauce is product called "Stubb's"
Can be located a most Kroger Grocery Stores. The label has a picture
of black man (African American) on the front of jar. However I'm still trying to locate the Woody's Cook-in sauce. My elderly Aunt died in March had used it for over 40 yrs. She swore that in cooking her Beef Brisket without it,that it would not taste the same. Our family wants to carry on the tradition of using her recipe by giving it to our next generation. Please is there anyone that knows where to find this sauce? You can contact me at: joybarks@yahoo.com


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 31 Aug 09 - 02:38 AM

What wonderful news. Congratulations, Bill! It's nice to know I did something that helped change the world just the tiniest little bit.

Cheers,
Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 30 Aug 09 - 11:06 PM

Hello Claire - the starter of this thread - and thanks for changing the world!

I read your email to luzianne from 2007, and this thread you started back then.

How I happened to get it might be of interest to you. The current majority owner of the WOODY'S Brand, recently handed a stack of emails to his NEW minority partner, who will ensure that the brand lives on, no matter what.

That partner.... Is Me.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 09 Jul 09 - 01:09 AM

Hi Claire!

I certainly didn't mean to scare you or anybody, and I'm sorry if I did. No, no, Woody's is in good hands, and now that his marketing is taking off and the brand is regaining footing, many food people are kicking themselves in the butt for not doing what Richard did. They can't believe that - and by a non food industry person to boot - he pulled off such a "coup".

Of course, that's only after a year and a half of hard, smart, work on his part. Remember, he was just like any of us - a Woody's fan. But instead of trying to make a duplicate, he just went to New Orleans and had a chat with Riley Foods in person.

It's no secret that there will be expanded lines in the future. I have already suggested a Romoulade sauce - based on some I had in New Orleans not too long ago - and a Louisania Red Pepper sauce.

I think I can promise you, although this thread is long and has taken a long break, it is FAR from over. Woody's is back FOR KEEPS!

BTW, The Internet in general, and this thread in particular, was the EXACT reason Woody's is back! Good work, Claire!

Cheers!

Bill


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 08 Jul 09 - 04:28 PM

I'll stockpile a bunch of bottles anyway, but please Don't scare me like that again!

By the way, I'd forgotten this in the latter days of not eating much red meat, but here's another Woody's cooking tip from my culinary past:

the Woody's/hoisin sauce combination I mentioned earlier, about one part each for this application, also does amazing things for lamb. I used to use it on double-thick lamb chops for the broiler, back when I could afford them. I imagine it wuld be terrific on a butterflied leg of lamb for indirect cooking on the barbecue grill.

Cheers,
Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 08 Jul 09 - 03:50 PM

Hi Claire!

I wasn't asking anybody to do anything. Things are going swimmingly well, and I guess that was the point of me posting. Just to check in. I certainly don't need to advertise my little web store, my biggest challenge is finding time to fill orders.

The new owner of Woody's and I have become friends over the last year and a half. In fact, I talked to him today. It seems I was mistaken about the "one heartbeat" stuff. He has made sure that the brand will carry on, even if something unfortunate were to happen. You have my word on that.

I recently helped him cook Woody's tri-tip for 200 people at a baseball game. Speaking of the 4th, some of that meat made it to our barbecue that day and it was delicious!

Interesting how this Internet can change things.

Bill


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 08 Jul 09 - 02:10 PM

Oh no, surely not again! I've been buying it as often as I can, honest. Served chicken a la Woody's on the 4th of July, even.

(For chicken, I marinate in 3/4 Woody's, 1/4 hoisin sauce, then grill. Terrific!)

So Bill, what can one do, other than buy as much sauce as one can afford?

And, I hate to ask, but if it should go away forever, do you think there is any hope of getting a recipe?

Cheers,
Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 08 Jul 09 - 02:53 AM

Folks, I haven't forgotton about you!

When I first started offering Woody's on my little web site, it was with you in mind. I figured I would offer the sauce to my friends here, and when Woody's came back on the shelves, that would be the end of it. I really liked the new owner, and he let me offer the sauce to a hungry America. Or, at least the friends made here.

It didn't turn out that way, did it?

Woody's is now available in THOUSANDS of stores, yet shipping Woody's has grown, month after month. I now buy Woody's - not by the jar - but by the 1,400 lb LOT.

The new owner of Woody's, Richard, is still PASSIONATE about the brand - and the flavor! In fact, I taught him a thing or two about how to use it. I can tell you this: He bought Woody's not even knowing what it tasted like on pork ribs!

I have done some work for him, with no possability of compensation, nor reimbursement. Actually, I have no problem with that. Having met him in person recently, I LIKE him.

One concern: Woody's is literally ONE HEARTBEAT away from going. Again. Forever.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Rae
Date: 02 Oct 08 - 11:22 PM

Guest Lee,
Can you tell me what Walmart you found Woody's at in the asian section? The address would be great!
Thanks


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Lee
Date: 20 Aug 08 - 02:51 AM

Just found Woody's back on the shelf at Wal-Mart. It was not with the other BBQ sauces, but over near the asian sauces. I just happened to stumble on it. Same glass jar and lid, painted white lettering and in the $3 range. I actually was looking for wing sauce to cook with. If this is already known by everyone on here, sorry for the duplication.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 19 Jun 08 - 01:25 PM

As promised: the Woody Mary review

One and a half ounces of vodka, 8 ounces of spicy V-8, and one-half tablespoon (1-1/2 tsp) of Woody's, shaken with ice and finished with the juice of 1/4 lime is a good start. But next time (that'd be tonight), I plan to try a teensy bit less Woody's (say, one teaspoon instead of one and a half) and use lemon juice instead of lime. I'm also thinking of thinning the V-8 by adding some seltzer.

Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 18 Jun 08 - 01:15 PM

Thank you for reminding me, Bryan.

It's also my wedding anniversary and would've been my father's 101st birthday, which should have reminded me anyway, but I think the brain cell storing that particular connection must've gone pfffftt! sometime in the last 12 months.

To celebrate, I'll stop and buy that pint of vodka on the way home. I already have the hot and spicy veg. juice cocktail, and some celery and lime for garniture. Will post a review on the Woody Mary tomorrow.

Still waiting for recipes...

Cheers, everyone!
Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,JBryanB
Date: 18 Jun 08 - 12:14 PM

Hey Guys !!
Can you believe it was a year ago today that Claire Bear started this thread looking for Woody's help ?!
Wow, it still amazes me about the responses and the final result.
Have a GREAT GRILLIN' SUMMER everyone !
Bryan


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,billycass37
Date: 25 May 08 - 11:43 PM

It's back on the shelf at Raily's in Carson City NV.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 24 Apr 08 - 11:55 AM

Glad you're doing so well, Bill. I too am surprised that there was nary a whisper about Woody's in NoLa. Tell us about your trip?

By the way, I've been remiss in reporting on the Woody Mary experiment: Try #1, a teaspoon of Woody's and a splash of ice-cold gin with a squeeze of lemon, wasn't half bad. Next time I'll splurge on a bottle of vodka and add some Hot n' Spicy V-8 or some such...

Cheers!
Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 24 Apr 08 - 12:40 AM

Back on duty from my New Orleans vacation. I was surprised, I could not find one reference to Woody's in it's birth-city.

While I was gone, I had posted big notices on my web site saying that I was not shipping orders until I returned. Do you know what happened to the order numbers? The pace PICKED UP! I shipped out my first wave of orders today, and it was among the biggest shipment I have ever made. I have another similar wave to send, tomorrow.

I talked to the owner of Woody's today, and he anticipated that I would need more supply. He actually reserved a shipment for me outside of the normal demand - which is becoming huge - so I (and you) could have an uninterrupted supply!

Is that cool, or what?


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 15 Apr 08 - 12:38 AM

Hey JBryan!

On the scene. The closest I have found to your alligator theory is some fried alligator I had tonight. No resemblance in taste to any component of Woody's though.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: Sorcha
Date: 11 Apr 08 - 10:55 PM

Look, a Bloody Woody is probably totally beyond me! LOL....don't look at ME!


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 11 Apr 08 - 10:42 PM

I haven't been following this thread at all, except to know that it is here. But today on KERA-FM in Dallas/Fort Worth someone called in to the Friday "Anything You Ever Wanted to Know" call in program and asked about this. A couple of other callers said it is avialable. They bought it at Kroger grocery stores here in the North Texas area.

SRS


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,JBryanB
Date: 11 Apr 08 - 09:36 PM

OOPs on that last post ...clicked mouse too fast.

Bill, certainly hope that you have the opportunity to research and find any "WOODY'S" history while there in the "Big Easy". Let us all know what you find out.
Also, please explore the "alligator ?" theory as to original flavoring. Those on this post will know what I mean !!
All kidding aside, I hope you have a wonderful vacation in the deep south and that you get the chance to relax and enjoy some "fun" time after all your efforts of the past 8 months.
All my BEST !!
Bryan

P.S. STILL Cloudy and nasty here in MA. Launching boat next week in R.I. and have vowed to make FIRST experiment here for our rendition of a ......"Woody Mary".    Claire, Sorcha,....any recipes yet?


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 07 Apr 08 - 01:41 AM

I understand ClaireBear wanting to decomersialize this thread, but it was a commerceal product to begin with,

That said, I'm closing my store for a week, so I can take a vacation - In New Orleans - the original home of Woody's.

If anyone would like to send me a lead - any lead - on unknown Woody's History to follow up on, I'll do my very best to folow it up. Following Katrina, if we don't grab it now, it might be lost forever.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 04 Apr 08 - 11:39 AM

So, Ron, you tell us you're gonna make "bad-a$$ whiskey chicken," but then you neither invite us over nor post instructions on how to make it?

I protest!

I think it's time to de-commercialize this thread with some recipes! I've told you how I use Woody's, now it's your turn, y'all.

(Still haven't tried the Woody Marys, but this looks like the weekend...)


Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST
Date: 03 Apr 08 - 07:12 PM

Bill,
You are my HERO !
I Ordered a case from Bill on sunday night and it was on my doorstep tuesday afternoon!

Well it's gonna be some Bada$$ Whiskey Chicken this weekend!!!
i'm salivating as I type!

Thanks again...
Ron


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 02 Apr 08 - 04:37 PM

Just for the sake of accuracy, it's www.SFFDGear.com.

Just going to sffd takes you to some squatter site.

Thanks for all the nice comments!

Bill


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Darrell in Fortuna
Date: 31 Mar 08 - 04:11 AM

Ahhh..Yes. The Woody Mary. AKA The Bloody Woody. And I won't forget Sorcha's response,
"PLEASE tell me that Mary doesn't have a 'woody'?????? ROF!"
This is the only thread that I follow. You all are just to funny.

Claire, Thank you for starting this thread.It has brought me much enjoyment.
Darrell.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,JBryanB
Date: 30 Mar 08 - 10:38 PM

Amazing how many people "say" they've read this post and yet.....
"Where do I get Woody's" ??

WWW.SFFD.com !!!!!

By the way Claire...I also forgot about the "Woody Mary" LOL

Hi Guys and congrat's Bill


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: Sorcha
Date: 30 Mar 08 - 05:27 PM

Go back in THIS thread and find the have you tried www.SFFD.com? It's been mentioned multiple times in this thread......


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST
Date: 30 Mar 08 - 04:33 PM

After finding this thread some time ago, and learning that Woody's is available once again, I ordered 12 jars through foodlocker.com 4 weeks ago. Now today I recieve an email from them saying they are cancelling my order due to they will no longer be stocking Woody's.
I am naturally not happy with this, especially after waiting for 4 weeks for it to arrive.
Has anyone else had this happen to them?
Is Woody's really available or not?

of the few online vendor's I had found, foodlocker.com was the cheapest, but that has obviously not worked out to my benefit.

can anyone here tell me where to order at a reasonable price, and it will actually get delivered?
Thanks in advance,
Ron


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: Diggittt
Date: 27 Mar 08 - 07:01 PM

Just got my six jars and i am smiling from ear to ear..... :) I didn't know about www.SFFDGear.com or I would have ordered from him since it is for a good cause and close to me (Bakersfield, Calif.) With the weather starting to warm up I am sure I will be ordering more soon.

thanks,
Diggittt (Phil)


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: Diggittt
Date: 27 Mar 08 - 02:09 PM

Claire thank you very much for the suggestions. I will try it just as you have suggested. I must tell you that the way my friend uses it is wonderful. I will get the ingredients and post them. It is not sweet like store bought sauces.

Thanks again.... I am so excited... I will have 6 jars today via UPS...

Phil


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: ClaireBear
Date: 27 Mar 08 - 10:43 AM

I don't think it tastes at all "horrible" from the jar, but that said, I can't imagine using it like a standard sauce -- i.e., to be brushed or poured on meat that's already grilled. That might actually be pretty unpleasant.

Cook-In' Sauce is designed to be used as a marinade before cooking. I use it as is for that with pieced chicken, salmon, and catfish (it does amazing things for catfish), marinating the whatever in Woody's for 30 minutes (fish) to a few hours (chicken), and then grilling, broiling, or baking the item in question. We don't eat red meat or I'd use it for that too: I'm intrigued by the classic "Woody's brisket" that so many Texans, especially, longed for while Woody's was unavailable.

Woody's is terrific because, not being sweet, it's far less likely to blacken to charcoal on the grill or in the oven than a sweet sauce.

I have also used it mixed about 50/50 with hoisin sauce for lamb, pork, and chicken, when I want an Asian flavor. Hoisin sauce is pretty sugary, so then you do have to be careful about overbrowning, but the taste is wonderful. Woody's can also be added judiciously to other barbecue sauces designed to be used after cooking, to make them less cloyingly sweet.

I've just remembered that I still haven't tried the "Woody Mary" we were joking about a few months ago. Maybe this weekend.

What do y'all do with it?

Claire


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,phil
Date: 27 Mar 08 - 12:09 AM

hello i am certainly greatful that Woody's is back. I would like to know how everyone uses the sauce. The reason I ask is I have a friend who turned me on to Woody's and he even gave me a batch. I say batch because he adds to it to get it to taste the way he likes it. Does everyone else do the same or do you just use it straight from the jar? I was told that it has a horrible taste right from the jar. I do love the way he doctors it up.

Thanks,

Phil


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 24 Mar 08 - 11:14 PM

A little PSA for my friend Richard, the producer of Woody's. If you go to www.Woodyscookin.com they have a list of stores that have the sauce on the shelf. I'll still be here, supplying my friends, at www.SFFDGear.com until every store in the Country has it back in stock! That may take quite a while...

Of course, they also have links to the Internet suppliers; myself, and the Loyal Competitor. We keep each other honest.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,DFW Guest
Date: 23 Mar 08 - 10:36 PM

Dallas-Fort Worth area Kroger stores now have Woody's in stock.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Phil
Date: 23 Mar 08 - 05:19 PM

I found the sauce you can find it here asianfoodcompany.com

You can order 3,6 or 12 bottles. alittle pricey but worth it.

Good Luck,

Phil


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST
Date: 23 Mar 08 - 01:13 AM

Flash! From www.SFFDGear.com The latest convoy of Woody's Sauces has PUNCHED THROUGH the hijackers and highwaymen just waiting to take your sauces away! Another load safely in the SFFDGear vaults tonight, and those vaults are now FULL! The vaults are alarmed, people are watching on scene, and the grounds are patrolled by a Guard Dog!

Of course, I'm having fun. The vaults are real, the alarms are real, but the armed convoy is because my son has, well, arms! Two of them in fact! He uses them to drive. The people on watch are tenants who live above my shop, and the guard dog is a yappy poodle belonging to one of the tenants, who roams the yard.

Probably just as effective as the "armed camp" picture I'm painting.

Of course the sauce resupply is real enough, and that's what counts. And I'm having fun bringing your sauces to you. That's real, too, and it counts.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,JBryanB
Date: 21 Mar 08 - 09:59 PM

I've got Claire's recipe, as well as Bill's, ready to play with this spring. The nicest part of it all is actually having Woody's to compare them to.
Gonna be a GREAT BBQ season (Starting with a Woody's flavored Easter Bunny !?!)


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: michaelr
Date: 20 Mar 08 - 07:36 PM

JBryanB -- try Claire's faux Woody's. It's almost indistinguishable.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,San Francisco Bill
Date: 19 Mar 08 - 11:15 PM

Greetings all!

Thanks for all the nice things you have been saying about my Woody's service at www.SFFDGear.com. I always do my best to make sure the customer is satisfied - I had spent years making sure that Fire people and their friends were satisfied -- it was good training for the Woody's phenomenon I find myself involved in!

I thank you for all the orders and support for what I'm doing - it really is a labor of love. Yes, I make a few bucks from the site, but most of the profit supports worthy causes I believe in - like the San Francisco Firefighter's Toy Program. www.SFFDToys.com if you want to check that out.

Richard, the new owner of the Woody's Brand, is a cool guy to do business with. He is very professional, very personable, and really believes in this brand! In fact, he may be even considering expanding it!

We recently conversed. He is very pleased with my level of service, which is reflected by incomng messages through his website. I was happy to hear that! 100% positive feedback, which is just as it should be!


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Subject: St Paddy's Day
From: GUEST,JBryanB
Date: 18 Mar 08 - 10:59 PM

This is the first year I've EVER seen a "non" corned beef at the store here in New England during St.Paddy's Day ! Especially an 8lb size !!!!
I've had my "Woody's" ready for a springtime cook-out and was ready to do it up when my wife called me on the cell phone and she asked me to pick up a few more potato's for the ^%*&%* and cabbage she had BOILING on the stove.
Ahhhh....the dream of an outside smoker w/Woody's and that piece of meat.....

Summertime..Summertime...(maybe this weekend) mmmmmmmmmm

Welcome Back Cook'n Sauce
Still awaiting the "Faux Sauce" final recipes just to compare them once I dig out the grill.

Bryan (still wanna try alligator/armodillo seasoning) LOL


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Darrell in Fortuna
Date: 17 Mar 08 - 03:56 AM

Just a reminder..
San Francisco Bill has been dedicating time to this thread for a long time and I choose to order Woody's from him at SFFDgear.com
And Hey,Bill. My wife loves the apron. Even though she doesn't BBQ.
And Hi, Sorcha!
Hi, Claire!
And hello to all the rest of the mudcats.

Woody's at WWW.SFFDgear.com Bill's customer satisfaction insistance is phenomenal.

Chat to ya later.
And Happy ST.Paddy's day!!


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Asianfoodcompany.com
Date: 16 Mar 08 - 05:48 PM

Hi Everyone,

Just wanted to let you know that you can buy Authentic Woody's cook-in sauce from Asianfoodcompany.com

http://store.asianfoodcompany.com/orwocobasa.html

We have the freshest batch of the sauce HOT of the production line ready to be delivered today. Our prices are always inclusive of the shipping charges (no hidden charges)

Please visit our store today to order your favorite sauce or send us an email at info@asianfoodcompany.com if you have a question.


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,Mark BBQ Guy
Date: 14 Mar 08 - 09:12 PM

I finally scored some Woodys in Northern Cal even though their Website says in is not available here. It has a 2010 expiration date so I assume it is new stuff. I am ready to get back to the grill!


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Subject: RE: BS: Help! info on Woody's Cook-In Sauce
From: GUEST,HCTrouble
Date: 13 Mar 08 - 11:03 PM

YEAH!!!!! Woodys finally made it to Lubbock, Texas! We're all happy campers here!!


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