The Old Colony Sauce - Marinated in History

The Old Colony Sauce - Marinated in History

Heard of our Old Colony Sauce, but don't know what it is or what to do with it? The recipe for The Old Colony Sauce goes back to the fine dining of the 1950’s and a popular steakhouse in Pittsburgh. The Colony was the place to be for celebrities and dignitaries visiting the Steel City and the star of the show was the marinade they used for their succulent cuts of meat. Legend has it, this marinade was also a part of the creation of a culinary wonder, the Pittsburgh Style steak, otherwise known as Black & Blue, at the colony in 1958.

Made with garlic and herbs, soy sauce and red wine vinegar, as well as lemon juice, and sugar, The Old Colony Sauce adds just the right amount of sweet and tanginess as a marinade for your steak or to amplify the savory flavor profile of your soups, roasts, and stir-fry. And since we're in PA, we have to mention that it makes the BEST jerky marinade. 

Perfect for those with allergies or sensitivities to anchovies. (And those that have trouble pronouncing Worchestershire Sauce.)

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