Last night I used it on a pork tenderloin with a little salt and pepper and I got a better sense of the sauce. It was the perfect compliment to the pork. It was not overly sweet like many barbecue sauces out there, but it added loads of flavor due to the vinegar and molasses it contains. We really enjoyed the pork and the fact that it only took minutes to prep, which is always a plus with a baby and toddler demanding my attention. I simply poured on about 1/3 cup of Country Bob's All Purpose Sauce and popped the pork into the oven until cooked through.
I served it with a new-to-us grain called Farro. I wasn't quite sure what to do with this grain so I simply boiled it in salted water until tender. Then I drained it and added a bit of olive oil and parsley. I was really happy with how tasty this side dish was for the limited amount of effort required. It turned out similar to a rice but much healthier since it is a whole grain rather than just a starch like rice. It says it can be added to stews and soups like minestrone, so I'll have to give that a try as well.