I ♥ to grill, you probably already know that. Moving to Carolina 4 years ago, opened up an entire new World of sauces, rubs and techniques to me. So when I was given the chance to write a review of Bone Suckin’ Sauce products, I was excited to try something new. And if you ♥ to grill like I do, or even just cook in the kitchen, you’ll have a chance to win a $20 Bone Suckin’ Sauce gift card to use on their website store, and 4 winners will win their choice of one of the sauces featured in the review.
“Why it’s best: The Bone Suckin Sauce is legendary and it’s our number 1 pick, mainly because it is by far the best blend of styles found in a single BBQ sauce. This is a sweet, tomato based sauce that boasts all natural ingredients, no preservatives, and is gluten free. With ingredients: apple cider vinegar, mustard, molasses, and honey you get the best of several styles. Plus, a serving size has 0 grams total fat, saturated fat, and trans fat.” BestCovery.com
I was sent several products to try. Let’s start with their Original Bone Suckin’ Sauce. If you are looking for a thick, smokey sauce, you won’t find it here. These sauces are Western North Carolina-style, so they are vinegar and tomato based.
The sauce can either be mopped onto your entree, or used as a dipping sauce. Or both. The vinegar taste blends great with the all-natural ingredients. If you are looking for a sauce to use everyday, this is the sauce for you.
The rise in fame of their core product, “Bone-Suckin’ Sauce,” began when Bone Suckin’ Sauce won “the NC Battle of the Sauces” in the March 1994. 17 NC sauce producers joined forces with the NC State Farmers Market and North Carolina Department of Agriculture to put on “the NC Battle of the Sauces.” The first battle was in 1992 and continued for six years, eventually drawing crowds of more than 10,000 people. Bone Suckin’ Sauce always won “Best in Sales” placing it in the Winner’s Circle, the elite category of past 1st Place Winners.
Next up is the unique taste of Bone Suckin’ Sweet Hot Mustard. Do you know that yellow stuff sold next to the ketchup in the grocery store? You won’t be able to use that again, once you try mustard from Bone Suckin’. I used the sweet hot mustard on hot dogs, on a roast beef sandwich, and as a mix in for my Memorial Day Carolina cole slaw. Oh, and on a Chinese egg roll too. There is a recipe on the bottle for a Cuban sandwich, I can’t wait to try that too!
Bone Suckin’ Sweet Hot Mustard 12 oz – Bone Suckin’ Mustard is turning the BBQ world upside down because of it’s great taste and versatility! Bone Suckin’ Mustard is so good you’ll want to suck the bones and bread.
Bone Suckin’ also sent me a bottle of their Yaki (Teriyaki Style) Sauce. I wasn’t sure what to do with it, until I found a recipe on their website for Bone Suckin’ Steamed Broccoli Recipe. I bought a big bag of broccoli, and tried it out. WOW! Even Alex tried (she almost liked it). I liked that there was no MSG, and less sodium that other Teriyaki sauces. I’m going to try the Yaki sauce on a slab of baby back ribs next, I can’t wait.
Bone Suckin’ Yaki 13 oz – Bone Suckin’ Yaki is richer in flavor than traditional teriyaki because we use real Italian Balsamic Vinegar and Extra Virgin Olive Oil.Bone Suckin’ Yaki is lower in salt than most teriyaki sauces because we care about your health as well as making great sauces & marinades. You’ll LOVE the hint of garlic with our perfect blend of Organic and All Natural Ingredients.
Lastly, we received my new favorite sauce, Bone Suckin’ Hot Sauce. If you are timid about your sauce, just move along, there is nothing for you here. If you like some fire in your belly, you have to try this sauce. Not too much fire, but a nice spice to go along with your bbq.
Bone Suckin’ Sauce Hot 16 oz – Hot Bone Suckin’ Sauce is great for grilling, wings, spicy bbq chicken and a whole lot more! It is not that hot (4 of 10) for those who want a lot more heat try Hiccuppin’ Hot Sauce in the Hot & Spicy Section of our website.
What did I use the Hot Sauce for? I’m glad you asked! I roasted a pork picnic on the grill, then pulled off the cooked meat and chopped it up. Add a 1/2 cup of Bone Suckin’ Hot Sauce, mix well, cover and let simmer for 20 minutes.
I loved the heat of the sauce, mixed with the smokiness of the pork. Like the Original sauce, this one isn’t thick and gooey, it’s perfect to add to already cooked meat because it blends in quickly. We served the sauced up pork on rolls, which Alex named “Bone Suckin’ Oinkers”. Insert “yummy” here.
All of our products are All Natural & Gluten Free! Thank you for making Bone Suckin’ Sauce the ONLY Barbecue Sauces Rated #1 by Newsweek, Food & Wine, House and Garden, ConsumerProducts.com, BBQSauceReviews.com and A+ Health Magazine! “We’re Talkin’ Serious” Bone Suckin’ Sauce!
One of my lucky readers will win a $20 gift certificate to use on the Bone Suckin’ website, and 4 winners will win their choice of one of the sauces featured in the review. Use the RaffleCopter form below, invalid entries will be disqualified. The winner will have 48 hours to reply to the email sent to them, or another winner will be selected.