What The Pros Use

Trilby’s Mild BBQ Sauce

"In the Kansas City tradition, this sauce is sweet and smoky with a little pepper to the finish.  Its apricot/pineapple base give it a nice bright and tangy flavor.  The perfect grilling sauce for beef, pork and seafood. Try this in meatloaf! Use your favorite meatloaf recipe, but instead of basting the top of the loaf with ketchup, try using Trilby's instead.  It's the best on your meatloaf sandwich the next day too!

Gary’s Chipotle Habanero

Hot Sauce

This sauce is very smoky with a nice smooth bite. Not overpowering, it brings out the flavor in food and doesn't burn out your taste buds. Don't get me wrong it's not a "mild sauce" but you will be wanting more.  The Carrot really does a lot to take down the heat level and the lime juice is a wonderful way to get the acid without that Vinegar. I hope you enjoy this sauce as much as I do.

Trilby’s Heavenly Hatch Rub

Roasted green chilies from Hatch, New Mexico blended with herbs & spices to create a classic SW flavor that enhances meats and perfects Mexican dishes.  Try a green chili stew with leftover roast, or for taco meat with a can of diced green chilies.  Great on popcorn and corn on the cob!

Trilby’s Jittery Jerk Rub

Caribbean Jerk with a Northwest Flair. Wait ‘til you taste what a little ground espresso does for a jerk rub! The Caribbean flavors and allspice blend with the coffee to create a dark & savory flavor with a medium heat.  WOW!  Mix with a little olive oil and orange juice for a great chicken marinade.

Trilby’s Mild Marionberry

It's a Northwest twist on our original

recipe. Marionberry blackberries from

Oregon add a nice round complexity

to the flavor of this sauce.  Especially

great with pork & salmon.  Try this for

a smoked sausage appetizer.  Slice

smoked sausage at an angle and heat

the sausage and Trilby's BBQ Sauce

in a pan till cooked. Serve with

toothpicks.

Trilby’s Chipotle Marionberry

Our newest and spiciest offering, the marionberries give it a sweet, rich flavor and the chipotle gives it a nice warm finish.  How spicy is it?  It has a lotta flavor and a little bitta burn.  Introduced in the summer of 2012, this flavor has become a fast favorite and was the best seller for 2013.  Try this on a Brie cheese appetizer!  Next time you serve a wheel of heated Brie, try placing the Brie on a bed of this sauce and drizzling a little over the top.  Serve with your favorite crackers.