Hoover Sauce

A while back, I mentioned my love of Hoover Sauce and posted a little stir fry recipe we make around this house.  Since then, my supply of Hoover Sauce has dwindled dangerously low.  Saturday, I helped a buddy move some blinds and boats at his duck camp.  Louise, Mississippi was on the way back.  To say it was perfect timing is an understatement.  In this little old building you will find one of the best things to come out of Mississippi. 


I have tried Hoover on everything and have yet to find anything it didn’t make better.  Steak, chicken, ribs, pork loin, and even grilled fish.  However, stir fry is without a doubt my favorite and just went to the top of the menu for tonight.

What are you searching for?

WordPress has what it terms a “dashboard” for the administrator of a forum to check statistics on how many people are visiting, if they were referred by another site, and a host of other functions.  One of those functions allows me to see the search terms that people use to arrive at my site.  Some are relatively normal such as:

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No matter what search terms you used to get here, I hope you enjoy your stay and find something of interest.

Growing it yourself

My garden has been hit or miss so far this year.  Squash, zucchini and peppers have been plentiful.  Tomatoes, okra and cucumbers haven’t.  Yesterday after work I walked around to figure out what was for dinner.  Easy enough, I grabbed some peppers (not hot ones…biscayne I think), squash, and zucchini.  Thankfully, we also had some onions (red and green) inside.  With a little dicing, we were ready for some country boy stir fry.

I eat very few meals that don’t include some type of meat.  For this little dish, I grabbed some deer backstrap from the freezer and made a few snips on the rosemary and basil in the herb garden. 

After a few minutes in the wok, a quarter cup of Hoover Sauce was added (if you don’t know about Hoover Sauce, you need to get your hands on some to try!) 

The outcome………..drum roll please. 

This is one of those dishes that when friends ask for a recipe, I just have to tell them that I don’t have anything specific and it changes with what I have on hand.  Most all vegetables will go together in some way in a wok. 

My recipe is nothing more than a template:

  1. Pick some veggies that you like.
  2. Cook the meat of your choice until it is 3/4 done (spice with black pepper, garlic, sea salt, basil, rosemary or whatever else you like).
  3. Toss the veggies in with a 1/4 to 1/2 cup of Hoover Sauce and stir it occasionally until the entire dish is complete.
  4. Cook a few cups of rice and cover it with what you just cooked.

It doesn’t get any easier than that and when you are finished you only have 1 pan to cleanup.

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