While great meat doesn’t need sauce, we enjoy creating a variety of regional classics as well as some of our own unique blends. Our goal is to let you choose what finishing touch, if any, that you desire.
One of the first known American BBQ Sauces made from vinegar, black pepper, red pepper flakes, very little sugar and absolutely no tomato. Acidic flavor penetrates the meat and tames down the fat which is why it’s still very popular when cooking whole hogs.
Another early American foundation sauce popular in the hills of Western Carolina made very similar to East Carolina but with the addition of tomatoes or ketchup.
A yellow sauce made primarily of yellow mustard, vinegar, sugar and spices. This sauce is most common in a belt from Columbia to Charleston. Our version is slightly sweeter.
A sauce we developed while in South Georgia. We take our Sweet Carolina and add a considerable amount of spice and heat.
A sweet ketchup-based sauce with brown sugar, molasses, and a small amount of vinegar and mustard. Our most popular sauce.
Sweet Red sauce kicked up with additional spices, chipotle peppers, and other chilies.
A Texas sauce,- Ketchup-based and sweet with the addition of beef drippings, chilies, and other spices.
One of our customer’s favorite spicy sauces. Our base sauce is Sweet Red and from there we add strawberries, garlic, chipotle peppers and several other unnamed ingredients. It’s very sweet with a big kick.
Somewhere between a sauce, a salsa and molten lava. Copious quantities of habanero, jalapeno and other peppers are smoked, pureed, then combined with vinegar and a small amount of sugar.
Apples and jalapenos combined with Sweet Red sauce give this sauce a very unique taste. Quickly becoming a favorite.
Unique combination of Chipotle peppers and house made ranch dressing.