Sunday, August 21, 2011

Review: Tavern Direct Old Vine Cabernet & Fire Grilled Garlic Marinade

What a surprise! Tavern Direct has another amazing product :)

I received the Old Vine Cabernet & Fire Grilled Garlic Marinade. When I first initially read the title of the product, I am assumed that it would be very spicy, surprisingly, there is no spice to it, at all! I mean,  there are of course spices, but I mean, there aren't any burning spices.

What I really loved about this product was that there were tons of herbs in it! When  you shake up the bottle, you literally can see everything that it is seasoned with! It looks really delicious (and trust me, it is!)

The Old Vine Cabernet & Fire Grilled Garlic Marinade goes perfectly with meats,  such as beef, pork, or lamb. However, I wanted to try something a little different.

I took some diced peppers, and I put them in a small dish, and marinated them for about 15 minutes. After marinating them I placed them on some black peppered turkey, and I rolled them. I ended up with delicious turkey rolls :D! (see below pictures :) )

 (The Peppers Marinating ^)

   (Placing the marinated peppers inside of the turkey ^)

 (And the Finished Product. Feel free to click an image to enlarge it and see the delicious details :) )

The turkey rolls were absolutely delicious! I can't wait to try the Old Vine Cabernet & Fire Grilled Garlic Marinade on some warm dishes too :). Almost forgot to mention, this product is Gluten Free too!

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  1. Looks delicious! I like that you found a way that vegetarians and vegans can enjoy the product (Roasted peppers). Thanks for sharing!

  2. Oh my, sounds heavenly--thank you for sharing! New follower via Super Stalker Sunday looking forward to future posts! :)


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  4. This would be SO good on bruschetta!

  5. The marinade sounds good and would love to try it on various meets such as the beef, pork, or lamb. Great suggestions!
    Victoria Lester
    momsholidaycooking at gmail dot com

  6. I just read another blog that called for marinating asparagus. I would do broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, carrots...lots of veggies instead of meat.
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

  7. This looks delish! Thanks for sharing!
    lyndadawinda1074 at yahoo dot com

  8. YUM and so easy too...I think I'll try it with some deli roast beef too, thanks!

  9. Simple and delicious looking recipe! Thank you! Holly Hennessy Swint

  10. It looks so easy to do but very elegant and sophisticated which is just the kind of recipe I love! Thank you for sharing this with us

  11. Looks yummy...will have to try it out for myself!

    giveawaymommy at yahoo dot com

  12. good idea - but i don't eat meat so i would substitute a whole wheat wrap for turkey
    anne hill
    calliope_123 at hotmail dot com

  13. For sure going to have to try this for hubby. I'm not a big turkey eater and he's not a big veggie eater but I think this is yummy enough that the two of us would both like it. Lol. I feel like the old nursery rhyme. Haha.

    Leah W.

  14. what a great idea :) I do stuff like this often because I'm cutting down on my carbs, so I'll use turkey (or ham) as a wrap :)

  15. this sounds like a super healthy snack or part of a meal! Perfect for me when I need a quick bite when there is no time to prep something major

  16. i have never used marinades in recipes yet.