Phil’s Secret Sauce updated line-up includes a fresh Chimichurri, Caesar Dip, Bolognese, Ranchygrette and a holiday Cranberry Relish.
Offering free local delivery in the Vail Valley and nationwide shipping. Free delivery offered for Vail Valley customers after entering shipping address on the checkout page. (Suggested Minimum order of $20) Shipping will be added to your order and a standard order includes the 3 featured sauces + the newly released Secret Vinaigrette and Cranberry Relish
Phil’s Secret Sauce was started in June 2020. The inspiration for my sauces came from growing up abroad in Italy and Argentina, as well as extensive travels and exposure to incredible flavors, sauces, ingredients, and taste combinations. The recipes were perfected during our shelter-in-place where I was able to try many renditions, changing the quantities and even ingredients. I finally landed on the secret sauce balance and hence, Phil’s Secret Sauce was born. To date I have sold 2500+ jars in the Vail Valley, Denver Metro area and nationwide via shipping and have 100% repeat orders.
Made and delivered locally in the Vail Valley.
I can also ship anywhere in the continental US
PHIL'S COMPLETE SAUCE LINE-UP
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"I can no longer eat anything without the Chimichurri. Boycotting food until I get my hands on some"
"This stuff is addicting and likely needs a warning label."
The Bolognese was seriously on par with a dish I had at Mustard’s in Napa a few weekends ago. If I’d had homemade/fresh noodles it probably would have been the same if not better. I don’t mind ordering online too - just wanted to give credit where credit is due!
"Money combo. Traditional Caesar salad. Bbq the chicken in advance with just some garlic salt. Chop chicken up and put it in pan w chimmichurri. Put over the salad. Awesome great combo, both were fantastic. His sauces are legit"
"I dare you to put a little of Phil’s chimichurri on some sourdough with smoked cheddar, sliced turkey and garden fresh tomatoes and throw that in your panini maker and see if you will ever have anything else for lunch again."