Jimbo's fine line of hand-crafted Barbecue Sauces and Rubbs enhance the taste of any cut of meat. From time to time, Jimbo gets inspired and makes a batch of Jam, Jelly, Salad Dressing, Candy, Seasoned Nuts, or whatever he feels like cooking up. Like most creative cooks, you never know what might come out of the kitchen when the mood strikes!
There is never even a hint of anything artificial in any of our products. No fake smoke flavoring, no MSG, no fillers such as sodium dioxide, no words your Grandma can't pronounce and understand. Nothing but the pure stuff! Buy with confidence knowing you are just getting the best natural ingredients money can buy.
Jim Rich, aka Jimbo, started winning cooking contests over 40 years ago. A resident of Tennessee for many years, in 1983, he won a record-breaking 72 ribbons at the Tennessee State Fair, 49 of those first place, for his delicious creations. His recipe for Rich's Jif Cream Cake was the winning entry in the Crisco American Baking Contest, and appeared on the Crisco can for many years. He has been featured in dozens of newspaper articles.
After years of cooking as a hobby, with an occasional foray into the restaurant business, friends and family persuaded him that his Barbecue Sauces and Rubbs needed to be available to the rest of the world, and Jimbos Gourmet Foods was born. Now located in Scottsville, Kentucky, every product is made with love in small batches to ensure quality and freshness.
Jimbo has one mission: to make high-quality food with locally-sourced ingredients. Fine bourbons from Tennessee and Kentucky, locally harvested produce and honey from the nearby Amish community, and other locally-sourced ingredients appear in our products. We are a small company supporting other small business people.
Jimbo's Guarantee: Good meat costs big money and I will not screw up what you worked hard to buy. Guaranteed! Love our products or get your money back!
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Hidden in the hills of Scottsville, Kentucky.