The temperatures might be dropping but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn up the heat on some of your favorite dishes. Our very own habanero barbecue sauce will be sure to kick your plain recipes up a notch and keep you warm this winter.
Derived from cornstarch, High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is found in a number of food items, including soda, salad dressing, candy, and barbecue sauce. It is often used because it extends the shelf life of certain foods without detracting from their flavor. Even so, a number of health issues are related to this additive, making high-fructose free barbecue sauces a … Read More
Chicken wings, barbecue, and eggs – some foods are just made for hot sauce. However, if you are in the middle of a serious life-long affair with serious heat, there is so much more you can do when cooking with hot sauce. From giving a little kick to a vinaigrette to adding a few drops to fondue, here’s 15 things … Read More
The question of grilling with barbecue sauces brings to mind the argument of wet rub vs. dry rub. People who favor putting a wet rub on their meat often break out a bottle of barbecue sauce and then slather it on the meat before putting it on the fire. This approach is a mistake because it runs the risk of … Read More