First place at America’s Mart, 2008!

Not Yo’ Mama’s Bloody Mary Mix

Along with the award winning marmalades, Not Yo’ Mama’s has launched a new product: Bloody Mary Mix. The Bloody Mary Mix is like no other drink mix you have sold before, from the retro glass bottle to the robust all natural flavor, it’s something your customers will not get enough of. Each bottle contains 32 oz. of the highest quality ingredients available, from grated horseradish to the smoky pinch of chipotle, it’s pure goodness! Just like the marmalades, there are several uses for the Bloody Mary mix; it is a wonderful braising liquid for roasts and spare ribs, it also makes a great marinade for steaks. Get yours today and start selling!

Food Service Gallon Size Containers, Fall 2008

Both flavors of the award winning pepper marmalades, Habanero and Original, are now available in gallon size containers. Perfect for sampling or restaurants, caterers, and cafes.

Not Yo’ Mama’s Featured in Southern Living, Dec.’07

Make it Snappy

“When it comes to stocking the pantry with ingredients for fast party food, the best finds, such as this new pepper marmalade, deliver big dividends in time saving shortcuts…” read more »

See the Southern Living Holiday Salsa Recipe »

Many Accolades at Americasmart Atlanta, 2007

Best in Show: Best Condiment

Best in Show: Best Jam, Jelly, Preserve, & Honey

2nd Place: All Natural & Organic


See a complete list of the winners »

New Product Available Early Winter, 2007

Not Yo’ Mama’s Bloody Mary Mix!

This isn’t your typical mixer! Caroline and I came up with the recipe one lazy Saturday morning when we were tired of “spicing up” our usual mix. All natural and preservative free Not Yo’ Mama’s Bloody Mary Mix is the perfect combination of spice, flavor and heat. We firmly believe that after you try it you’ll see why we say, “Mama Never Made it this Good!”

Hot Sauce Blog Reviews Not Yo’ Mama’s Marmalade

Habanero Marmalade review at hotsauceblog.com

Head Hot Sauce Blogger Nick Lindauer makes Not Yo’ Mama’s Spinach Salad. Article at hotsauceblog.com