"There is no special food that Hallelujah sauce makes taste good; Hallelujah sauce makes all and any food taste good. It takes any food to a whole another level. I tried it on things such as fish, steak, ribs, rice and beans just to name a few. And, I love it over Fried Chicken. That was the original way … Hallelujah wings. I used it for marinating, I can even use it for dipping. It is an All-American five-star sauce. Gail, you should be proud!"
ROBERT GREENE - DES MOINES, WA
"Gail, I got up this morning running late and hungry. I grabbed a couple of eggs and they were not quite what I wanted but I was rushing. I stirred up my eggs and searched the refrigerator for something to give them a boost. I absently minded grabbed the Hallelu-jah! Sauce and poured in about a teaspoon. Gail, the eggs were fantastic!!! I’ve only used the sauce for dipping, but I remember you saying it was great on all foods and through why not; I was not expecting the flavor the sauce gave the eggs. Thanks."
FELICA - RENTON, WA
"My favorite use of Hallelujah Sauce is in Stir Fry; I’ll call it Hallelujah chicken stir fry. One teaspoon of coconut oil; 1½ to 2 lbs. of chicken breast cut into thin slices; 1 large red onion chopped; 2 cups two large carrots sliced; 1 bell pepper sliced; 1 cup of snow peas; 1½ cups of bean sprouts; and ½ cup broccoli after everything is sautéed in coconut oil, I add ½ cup to 1 cup Hallelujah sauce …. depends on your spice buds.
I have made Hallelujah bacon cheeseburgers 1 pound of ground beef; chopped onions; chopped bacon and 2/3 cup of Hallelujah Sauce mix all together well; add salt, pepper and garlic. Patty your burgers. Place in a 375-degree oven for about 25 minutes.
I've glazed my Thanksgiving turkey with Hallelujah sauce. I've also marinated ribs overnight in Hallelujah Sauce and glazed the sauce prior to serving."
PATRICIA MCDOWELL - SEATTLE, WA