Rockin' Ham Grilling & Catering Products

About The Sauce

 

From the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley comes this distinct sauce

handed down in a family recipe that is as distinctive and delicious as the food coming from this historic area.

This sauce has been used to compliment all types of meat over the years such as pork and beef as well as chicken and sea

food. We are getting reports from people that the opportunities for using this sauce are endless, due to its distinctive taste.

We were very pleased at the feed back that children were loving this sauce and using it more than ketchup alone.

As the name (Pig in the Ground Sauce) suggests we have used it on pork cooked in the ground and on the grill, in the oven

or even a crock pot. The mixture of vinegar and ketchup along with spices and other ingredients make this sauce great as a

pour on, injectable or marinade.

 

We are hearing from a lot of hunters that are using the sauce, as we do, on venison, rabbit, squirrel and birds and especially

on wild boar. We will try to keep you up to date on a lot of our recipes on our recipe page. If you have recipes that you would

like for us to add to our page we would love to have them. We hope that you enjoy our sauce as much as we do and we

would love to hear back from you.

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