Review - Lock in Flavor and Juices of Grilled Meats, Fish, Vegetables and More with GravyMaster

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With Thanksgiving just a few weeks away and Christmas following closely behind, you may already be planning your big holiday menu.  Rich, decadent foods make up a good deal of most holiday fare, and when I think rich and decadent, I think GRAVY!  Delicious gravy poured over steaming hot mashed potatoes, meatloaf and of course, turkey.

GravyMaster was introduced in 1935 and made of ingredients ranging from pure cane sugar to herbs and spices.  GravyMaster, originally promoted as a browning and seasoning sauce for gravies, used the sugar left behind from rock candy production as part of its ingredient list.  In just a short time GravyMaster became a staple in the home cook’s kitchen.


Today, tons and tons of GravyMaster are sold each year to both home and restaurant cooks. The usage of the product has grown from flavoring and coloring gravies to a variety of other uses, like as a brush-on marinade for caramelizing grilled meats and vegetables.  GravyMaster is the ideal product to really make the flavors of your favorite holiday recipes pop!

Personally, I plan on trying GravyMaster this Christmas to help make the glaze for our annual holiday ham dinner.  What ideas do you have for using GravyMaster this holiday season?  Tell me more on how you can use GravyMaster to Master the meal!

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