Free Tasting Event at Sam’s Club

Does the warmer weather having you itching to fire up the grill and take mealtime outside?
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We say, let outdoor dining begin! To kick off the start of grilling season, Sam’s Club is inviting Members and non-Members alike to visit their local Sam’s Club from April 27 to 29 for a special, freeSpring Taste of Sam’s Club tasting weekend.

From BBQ pork ribs and beef franks to sweet corn and asparagus, families can taste and stock up on grillings must-haves without a surcharge during the Spring Taste of Sam’s Club event. And, with the Sam’s Club’s 200% guarantee on meat, produce and bakery items, you can serve up their favorite foods to family and friends with confidence.

For grilling inspiration, we’ve included a recipe from the Sam’s Club Fresh, Fast and Fabulous cookbook that offers a tangy twist to the typical BBQ sliders:

Dijon-BBQ Sliders Recipe

Total time: 30 minutes

Serves: 8

Ingredients

2 cups rotisserie chicken2 cups shredded coleslaw mix4 tsp apple cider vinegar2 tsp sugar½ cup barbecue sauce¼ cup Dijon mustard¼ tsp black pepper8 slider sized hamburger buns or dinner rolls split

Directions:

  • Mix shredded rotisserie chicken meat with barbecue sauce and Dijon mustard in a medium bowl until well coated. Warm the mixture is a saucepan over low heat.
  • In another medium bowl, stir together the vinegar, sugar and black pepper. Stir until the sugar is dissolved. Add the coleslaw mix and toss to coat the cabbage.
  • Place the barbecue chicken evenly onto the bottom halves of the 8 rolls. Then top the chicken with the coleslaw and the other half of the roll.
  • TIP: For a Southern punch try adding your favorite hot sauce to the barbecue-mustard sauce. For a southwest barbecue spin, add a slice of smoky bacon to your slider.

If you have any other questions and be sure to visit samsclub.com/meals for additional information.

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