I've bottled up my world famous D-Lish Sauce for you. It's been in the making for about 25 years and it's fabulous and sophisticated. U can buy here at Stove, the restaurant, on my Stove web site here, at Clarke Farm down off Bruce Rd. in Chesapeake Va, at any of the Taste Unlimited stores in Va Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Newport News and now the newly opened Harbor View location in north Suffolk and my newest family member, Welton's Seafood Market in Ghent-Norfolk VA. get some and remember, my kids need shoes
Test-ta-monial: D-Lish...what else would you call it? It's not a BBQ sauce, not just a steak sauce either. Back in the late 80's someone had the nerve to ask me for some catsup. Well you can only imagine the horror on my face. Then one rainy day, I love rainy days, I concocted a great sauce. It's fabulous and sophisticated for fish, bird, beef, wild game, veggetables or as a vinaigrette or bloody mary. Recipes on this page for you. It finished out with 30 ingredients like turmeric, amaretto, smoked tomato, my coffee blend to name a few. There's more to the story but it would take me forever to spell check so when u c me I'll give u the full version. This D-Lish Sauce has been in the making for about 25 years so i think i'm done. Now we've done our 3rd bottling for all our fans the world over. I'm doing all the chopping and prepping with some frins and staff then i take it to Willard and Greg who puts it into a nice bottle for me. I leave the dippin in wax for myself, it's soothing.
Where to buy my sauce: currently only in Hampton Roads area except for right here on my website. I'll ship it anywhere. Locally at specialty shops like all 7 locations of Taste Unlimited-Va Beach, Norfolk, Newport News & North Suffolk, at Welton's Seafood in Ghent-Norfolk, Westside Produce & Provisions-Colley Ave, Norfolk, the Creative Edge at Hill Top-Va Beach, Clarke Farm, Chesapeake, Artisan Bakery of Portsmouth which sales it at Old Beach Farmer's Market-19th st. Va Beach, East Beach Farmer's Market-Norfolk, Old Towne Portsmouth Farmer's Market and Smithfield's Farmer's Market and of course right here at Stove, the restaurant-PoNo neighborhood of Portsmouth. you can also find a bunch of recipes with the list growning constantly under my menu called 'Loose Ends' so go get some and remember, my kids need shoes.