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Unread 04-10-2013, 09:08 AM   #16
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My local store started stocking Tiger Sauce. Bought a few bottles the other day and can't wait to give it a try, just not sure what I want to do with it!
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Did you order them all at once, and if so from where? I've been trying to find a web site that has them all and haven't had any luck
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Tiger sauce makes a good shack attack sauce.
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Heard some great stuff about these one here.... I tried the blues hogs and they were both outstanding in their own way.... Anyone have any recipes?
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Try the two BH mixed 50/50 for sure.


Tiger sauce is great on ribs in the wraps....drizzle a little over some butter and brown sugar and honey.....lay your ribs on there....meat side down and wrap them up.



The Plowboy's Yardbird is awesome on wings and chicken. The beef version is decent on chuck roasts. Try their Fin & Fur for excellent grilled salmon.
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Tiger sauce makes a good shack attack sauce.
That is what I was thinking.
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Good stuff!
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Great stuff.


Try the two BH mixed 50/50 for sure.


Tiger sauce is great on ribs in the wraps....drizzle a little over some butter and brown sugar and honey.....lay your ribs on there....meat side down and wrap them up.



The Plowboy's Yardbird is awesome on wings and chicken. The beef version is decent on chuck roasts. Try their Fin & Fur for excellent grilled salmon.
Yeah... I used it this past weekend. The Johnny trigg method is the best!
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My local store started stocking Tiger Sauce. Bought a few bottles the other day and can't wait to give it a try, just not sure what I want to do with it!
Use the 3-2-1 method on ribs... Smoke for 3hr... wrap in alum foil for 2hr... In the wrap put squeeze parkay, brown sugar, honey and tiger sauce. 1hr unwrapped and put on what ever bbq sauce you like... Best ribs ever!
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