This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Club House. All opinions are 100% mine.

Okay so being Canadian and living in America, I’ve been lucky to get invites to lots of ‘new thanksgiving experiences’ where I have been lucky to try out tasty home cooked meals from different American families who have large get-togethers where the food is just amazing. I recently spent a long time making food for a company potluck, that I felt could have used some ‘gravy’ but no one thought to bring it. I spent my hours making my specialty, Caesar Salad where I use two types of croutons (garlic and regular), two types of Parmesian Cheese – the real kind and the powder kind, along with Caesar dressing and lots of fresh cut romaine lettuce and simulated bacon bits. – it was a hit.

In the event that I’m asked to ever bring gravy somewhere however, or perhaps next year I could follow some tips on just how to go about it so that you make great gravy with little worry: Watch the video!

Gravy Tips Video

gravy tips video

While at the Clubhouse website learning about making gravy, make sure that you don’t forget to enter ‘The Great Gravy  Contest’ where you could potentially win a clubhouse gravy gift pack which consists of:

  • A variety of Club House Gravy Products and Spices
  • Your Very Own Apron
  • An Emile Henry Baking Dish & A Gravy Boat to boot!

Here is the newsletter sign-up and contest entry.

Happy Holidays and Happy Eating!

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