Sauce Boss “Live at the Green Parrot” CD, Green Curry, and Robert Is Here

March 27, 2012

ORDER YOURS HERE.  You’re gonna want one cause it’s HOT!  A live show with a gumbo-slinging swagger that only the Sauce Boss can deliver. After a lifetime of music, travel, and food, over a million miles on the road, over 180,000 bowls of gumbo served for free, thousands of gigs, tons of hot sauce, over a hundred original songs on thirteen albums, scores of free concerts at homeless shelters and soup kitchens, after all this   . . . it’s time for a live album. Recorded in November 2011 in Key West, Florida, “Live at the Green Parrot” is definitive Sauce Boss. It’s edgy, slide guitar, rockin blues grooves, with a large side of fun in the Sauce Boss tradition.  These songs come straight out of the life of a true character, adventurer, raconteur, and poet.  Come and get it.

Sauce Boss- Guitar & Vocals
John Hart – Guitar
Jassen Wilber – Bass
Justin Headley – Drums

UPCOMING SHOWS  Tallahassee, Pensacola Beach, Tampa (CD Release Party at Skippers), Sanford, Leesburg, Orange Beach, Mobile, Ashland, VA, and D.C.

Green Curry With Vegetables
Here’s a really healthy and hearty meal that’s also really easy to make.
Coconut water
Bok choy
Green beans
Grilled Tofu
1 heaping tbls green curry paste
1/4 cup of Peanut butter
2 tbs Liquid Summer Hot Sauce
1 tbs honey
Brown rice

Cut up all the veggies and saute in 1/2 cup of coconut water in a wok. Add tofu.
Sauce: Mix peanut butter with a little coconut water, honey,  Liquid Summer, and curry paste
Add the sauce to the veggie mixture and simmer for a minute or so. Serve over brown rice.

Robert Is Here

19200 SW 34th St. Homestead, FL 33034
8 AM to 7 PM
Closed Sept. and Oct.

When Robert was six years old, his father set him down with some cucumbers to sell by the side of the road. Nobody bought.  So the next day he put a sign on the table that said, “Robert Is Here”.  Within a few hours, the cukes were gone.  Fast forward to 2012 and Robert is still selling cucumbers at the road side stand in Homestead, Florida.  However since that time way back when, Robert Is Here has blossomed into an incredible cornucopia of a fruit  market. On yer way to key west you’d do yerself a favor by stopping and loading up on papayas, passion fruit, mangos, jack fruit, sopodilla, bananas, oranges, guavas, sapote, a plethora of tropical fruit not found in key west. They have cold coconuts that they drill a hole and stick a straw in for a refreshing healthful beverage. These guys just love sharing good food with folks. So on the way to the keys, I stop to see what’s up at Robert Is Here.

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