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Old 02-24-2013, 07:26 PM   #1
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Default Tried Blues Hog original for the first time today.....

AND OHHH MY GOODNESS!!!! It was FARKING delicious!

Can't believe I've been missing out all these years..

Tried it today at the annual Daytona 500 party where my uncle and his work buddies handled the Q for the 100ish person crowd. Made baby backs and an assortment of chicken wings, legs, thighs, and breasts that were all sauced after coming off the pit with Blues Hog Original. I liked it better on the chicken than I did the ribs but on the flip, the ribs were a little underdone and chewy so that could have spoiled it for me. If I had to guess they were in a hurry to get the racks done and didn't cook them until they were toothpick tender. Oh well, I've been recruited to make a heap of pulled pork for next years party so maybe I'll pass around a little rib cookin' wisdom!

The female selection of the crowd didn't seem to care for the sauce. My girlfriend didn't seem to like it either and said that she likes SBR's better. Coincidence or is this a trend others have noticed? Maybe its an acquired taste??
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:31 PM   #2
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Wait until you try their version of Tennessee Red vinegar sauce on pork!!!!
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:53 PM   #3
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Tried BH Original, Tennessee Red, & Smokey Mountain today for the first time as well on BBs and shorties.....Mmmmmm!!!!!!
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:54 PM   #4
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The female selection of the crowd didn't seem to care for the sauce. My girlfriend didn't seem to like it either and said that she likes SBR's better. Coincidence or is this a trend others have noticed? Maybe its an acquired taste??
Hmmm never noticed if genders have a preference either way. I do know that people tend to either really like a lot or not much at all. It has some very distinct flavors working in there.
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:08 PM   #5
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My wife loves it, I do as well. Only had the original, Tennessee red is waiting to be tried out.
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:20 PM   #6
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TN RED is by far the best I ever tasted for pulled pork and chicken.Just my taste.I have heard some mix OrigBH ad TN RED for ribs and other cooks with great success.????
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I've been eying their honey mustard sauce. Has anyone tried that? I love honey mustard and am curious to try it.
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:31 PM   #8
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I've been eying their honey mustard sauce. Has anyone tried that? I love honey mustard and am curious to try it.
It's the worst one of the Blues Hog sauces. Just make Roxys mustard sauce instead.
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Haha! Thanks guys..I'll stick to Original and try TNR when I get my hands on some.
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TN RED is by far the best I ever tasted for pulled pork and chicken.Just my taste.I have heard some mix OrigBH ad TN RED for ribs and other cooks with great success.????

Yup. A 50/50 mix is a favorite of mine.
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I've been eying their honey mustard sauce. Has anyone tried that? I love honey mustard and am curious to try it.
Its not bad. I used it as a dip for fried chicken tenders not bbq tho.
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Yup. A 50/50 mix is a favorite of mine.
Ditto. i love the TN Red but the original is too sweet for me. But mix the two & synergy occurs.
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I'm a +1 on the mix of BH original and TR. Stuff is delicious when combined!
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I've been eying their honey mustard sauce. Has anyone tried that? I love honey mustard and am curious to try it.
The Honey Mustard is amazing. I use it on pork loin, and I also use it as a salad dressing. I can't recommend it enough to anyone who likes a mustard sauce. I still think original is my favorite, although I haven't tried TN Red...
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