Serving up Southern BBQ that’s true to regional traditions while still creating unique, reimagined flavors is an art form in itself. Nut free, gluten free, dairy free, no high fructose corn syrup. 20 ounce bottle.
Equally balanced and tangy, this sauce is crafted to honor Western Carolina barbeque traditions. Tomato based, vinegar forward, typically served on the side. We love it on pulled pork, brisket and smoked chicken. It's also great on cocktail meatballs and dogs, and southwest salad.
ENC (Eastern North Carolina)
Vinegar and Spices give this Eastern North Carolina sauce a flavorful kick. If you grew up in Eastern North Carolina, BBQ just isn't BBQ unless its topped, and mopped with a tangy Carolina Vinegar Sauce. Try it on pulled pork, oysters or beef brisket to give your meal an extra bite. Great in dressings, pickled veggies and cole slaw.
This tangy, mustard-based sauce is a true South Carolina barbeque recipe. It’s a perfect match for chicken or pork. But for a real treat, try it on hot links or brats, with soft salty pretzels, or mix it into your potato salad.
This fire-starter Memphis-style barbeque sauce is sweet up front but finishes with plenty of heat. t’s perfect for your slow-cooked ribs and tri-tip beef. Or pork. Or mac and cheese. Or by the spoonful if that’s what you’re into.
This Memphis-style barbeque sauce is sweet with a dash of smoke. We love it on slow cooked ribs and smoked chicken. It also pairs well with burgers, meat loaf and sloppy joes.