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Unread 06-12-2013, 03:20 AM   #1
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Default Christmas came early...I found some Blues Hog

Christmas came on a day in early June for me this year. I was walking through a small market near work and I noticed a whole shelf of Blues Hog sauces. First time I've been able to find it around here in Michigan. What do you guys use it on. I want to drink it out of the jar, is that allowed?
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Stock up on the Original and the Tennessee Red. Many people (myself included) like to mix the two... or mix one with another favorite sauce to change the flavor/heat profile. I love BH on chicken and ribs... not so much on beef.
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Christmas came on a day in early June for me this year. I was walking through a small market near work and I noticed a whole shelf of Blues Hog sauces. First time I've been able to find it around here in Michigan. What do you guys use it on. I want to drink it out of the jar, is that allowed?
really...what market? I have a good friend in Lansing. I will have him stock me up!!!
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Found it at Merindorf Meats in Williamston
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I mix the original and the red 50/50 and put it on damn near everything but beef. Fries or tater tots are excellent dipped in the red sauce.
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I agree with what's been said above...great on chicken and awesome for pulled pork...call that "Hog on Hog action"!
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