Friday, July 3, 2015

Jeff Mauro, Robert Irvine Each Launched Products This Week

Food Network's Jeff Mauro and Robert Irvine each launched products this week with Jeff Mauro launching a line of BBQ sauce and Robert Irvine launching a food company.

Jeff Mauro's BBQ sauce line is called Pork & Mindy's which has three different flavors: Signature Sweet, fiery Sweet Heat and tangy Mustard.  Jeff launched the company with his friend and the sauces are available online at www.porkandmindys.com or at Chicago area grocery stores.  (Press release about the company/sauces)

Robert Irvine launched a food company called Robert Irvine Foods in which the food has healthy ingredients and the products are "all natural", "better for you", and "restaurant quality".  The type of foods include pizzas, crab cakes, and low-calorie cheesecakes.  Wings, sauces, breaded chicken, and catfish are coming soon.  Robert Irvine Foods is available in Mid-Atlantic Giant grocery stores.  (Press release about the company and partnership with Giant).

19 comments:

  1. Pork and Mindy's crashed my browser. I only had the chance to check out the sweet sauce. It has anchovies in it. Not for me.

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  2. That name is enough for me not to try them much less the anchovies. I'll stick with Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Chipotle and my secret recipe homemade BBQ sauces.

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  3. "It all started with an epiphany. Pork & Mindy’s CEO and
    founder, Kevin Corsello, was on a long drive home when he realized what
    was missing from today’s scene."

    He should have went to the grocery store first, the one I go to has plenty of BBQ sauce choices. One has at least three-quarters of an aisle top shelf to bottom of them.


    " “We needed something better,” the award-winning amateur chef noted.
    “Something that would bring together food, music and art to help build
    and strengthen communities.”
    "

    They sure are expecting a lot from a $5.99 bottle of BBQ sauce.

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  4. I guess Jeff's sauces will end up in Big Lots just like all of Guy's products.

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  5. Robert's stuff is "restaurant quality"? Yeah, I've seen some of the restaurants he has been to... ;)

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  6. Oh, I was just curious about the sauce. I wouldn't eat any of it; I'm a vegan.

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  7. And Larry The Cable Guy's.

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  8. My impression of "restaurant quality" isn't the greatest, not after seeing the places he visits on his show.

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  9. Just imagine what the cost of all this 'restaurant quality' frozen food is going to be.

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  10. On Food Network Star tonight, interesting to see that Giada's boobs got the night off, and her abdomen substituted in their place.

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  11. There's still time for another outfit, so we will see...

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  12. You are 100% right, they did show up. Silly me.

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  13. Rue is going home and not Dom? That is total BS.

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  14. Princess StarlightJuly 6, 2015 at 8:44 AM

    Sorry Robert but I don't believe that you can make health food.

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  15. Princess StarlightJuly 6, 2015 at 8:50 AM

    This just encourages me to make my own BBQ sauce (or buy some local BBQ sauce). I maybe pescetarian but seeing anchovies in BBQ sauce skeeves me out.

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  16. dwight mannsburdenJuly 6, 2015 at 1:44 PM

    and Duck Dynasty

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  17. dwight mannsburdenJuly 6, 2015 at 1:46 PM

    Irvine's food descriptions are all weasel words..."all natural", "better for you" have no legal definition. He can call the crap in the Sysco bag "better for you" or "restaurant quality" and no one can sue him for lying.

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  18. OMG, sauces ending up at Big Lots? Hilarious!!! Now that's just good comedy.

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  19. worcestershire sauce is basically fermented and decomposed anchovies, that is in plenty of sauces.

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