Just Wanted to Say...

   BCR

    May 2018 

                                                                       
   In this issue:   
  • Thanks, Mom!
  • May Special: Get Your Sh*t Together plus dip sampler
  • Recipe: BullShit Grilled Ribeye Pork Chops
Just Wanted to Say...   
 
Thanks, Mom!     
  
They do so much for us when we're growing up, and they're always there for us even after we're all grown up. Heck, they gave birth to us! To all the moms out there, we don't know how (or even sometimes why) you do it, but thank you!
 
This Mother's Day, as a nod to your mother's impeccable taste, why not give her our Get Your Sh*t Together gift pack featuring our original three seasonings, along with a sampling of our quick and easy-to-fix dip mixes? She may not have allowed you to say it when you were a kid, but we know that our Sh*t will make her laugh out loud.
 
And, what newsletter would be complete without a recipe? This month, try our our recipe for big, juicy, perfectly-seasoned ribeye pork chops. Sweet, savory, with just a little heat, these would be the perfect star for your Mother's Day dinner!

May Special

The Perfect Gift for Mom!  

Get Your Sh*t Together Gift Pack 

PLUS DipShit Sampler


Includes one bottle each of our 3 original seasonings:
SpecialShit, AwShit, and GoodShit 
plus 3 each of DipShit for Fruit and DipShit for Vegetables
 
   Regularly a $39.99 value for only $31.99! 

Click Here to Order Now!

Use coupon code GYSTDIP at checkout.

 

This offer is only available through this newsletter and expires 5/31/18. 

     
BullShit Grilled Ribeye Pork Chops 
BullShit Grilled Ribeye Pork Chops    
 
These pork chops pack an impressive punch not only for how flavorful they are, but also for how simple they are to prepare. And really, isn't that the best?
      
Ingredients:

* 4 boneless ribeye pork chops
* 1/2 tsp smoked paprika
* 1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
* 2 tsp BullShit
* 4 Tbsp brown sugar
* 2 Tbsp olive oil


Preparation:
1. In a bowl, mix the olive oil, spices,   BullShit, and brown sugar together. Rub the mixture all over the chops, then cover them with plastic wrap and put them in the fridge for a few hours.
2. Heat up your grill, and take the chops out of the refrigerator about 20 minutes before you are ready to cook them.
3. Place the chops on the grill and cook about 8-12 minutes, flipping once. Use a meat thermometer and remove them from the grill when the internal temperature reaches 145°F.   
Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there-- you are more important than you know, and we hope you have a great month. See y'all in June!

Dan Martin 
(the SpecialShit Guy)
 
 
 
Dan Martin  (the SpecialShit Guy)
BCR