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Sticky Sweet Baked Baby Back Ribs

Seriously he ate almost the whole platter of ribs. Sticky Sweet pork ribs are the best. This recipe takes a while but it is so worth the effort and the wait.

Sticky Sweet Baked Baby Back Ribs

Falling off the bone, finger licking ribs.



  1. Heat oven to 250 degrees.
  2. Cut each rack of ribs into 3 rib chunks. This way they edges cook more and get more sauced up. Divide the rib chunks into the 2 roasting pans evenly. Wrap each pan with foil to seal in the steam.
  3. Bake for 3 hours.
  4. Remove from the pan and drain the liquid.
  5. Place ribs back into roasting pans and cover with plenty of Sticky Sweet sauce.
  6. Do NOT cover and return to oven.
  7. Bake for an additional 1 hour until the ribs are almost falling off the bones.
  8. Serve with plenty of napkins!

Prep Time: 20 minutes - Cook Time: 4 hours
Serving Size: 4

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Bacon Wrapped Jalapenos

This is much more fun (and sinful) than low cal ranch dipping sauce with raw peppers. It’s perfect for meals on the grill or tantalizing appetizer. It takes a bit more time but so worth it!


  • 8 whole jalapeno peppers (or mild mini bells)
  • 8 strips uncooked bacon, thin
  • ¼ cup Sauce Goddess Sticky Sweet or Sweet & Spicy sauce
  • 8 x ½ inch pieces of Monterey Jack or other good melting cheese
  • 16 toothpicks

  1. Soak the toothpicks in water so they won’t burn on the grill.
    Prepare Peppers
  1. Half cut lid of pepper by carefully slicing across halfway thru the pepper at the top just below the stem.
  2. Cut a side slit by carefully slicing down the length of the pepper 2/3 of the way down.
  3. "Manage the Heat:" Some of the seeds and ribs have to be removed to make room for the cheese but not all of them. If you want it good 'n spicy you can leave some in. If you use the milder mini peppers no seeds need to be removed.
  4. To remove seeds and rib open the pepper gently by pressing the end toward the stem. Using a small paring knife carefully cut the ribs where they meet the side of the pepper. Use the knife and pull at them. They should come out with slight resistance.
    Put It All Together
  1. Now that the pepper has some space, place one slice of cheese inside.
  2. Wrap uncooked bacon around pepper taking care to place the largest end of the bacon over the top slit and roll the bacon around to the tip then back to the top.
  3. Use 2 toothpicks to seal the pepper closed and hold the cheese inside while it melts by pushing them completely through in an X configuration.
  4. Grill over low/medium heat until the bacon is cooked.
  5. Baste with Sauce Goddess BBQ sauce of choice and continue cooking for 5 minutes.
  6. Put a little extra BBQ sauce in a bowl if you want some dipping sauce.

Prep Time: 1 hour - Cook Time: 20 minutes ; Yield: 4
Serving Size: 2

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2014 October Gluten Free Update

We’ve been busy in the kitchen cooking up some gluten free recipes that everyone will enjoy and wanted to share those with you before our next newsletter, so we sent a special newsletter update out. Some new retailers have signed on to carry Sauce Goddess and we have a few fun events coming up soon too.

One of our favorite gluten free recipes is Asian Sticky Sweet Wings.

Asian Sticky Sweet Chicken Wings

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Sticky Sweet Pulled Pork

This has to be one of the easiest and best tasting pulled pork recipes you'll ever try.



  1. Prep pork by cutting away excess fat.
  2. Dissolve brown sugar into vinegar. Fill turkey injector with solution. Inject throughout pork into thicker parts of the meat.
  3. Rub pork with BBQ spice rub and place in fridge for 30-90 minutes.
  4. Start smoker and remove pork from fridge.
  5. Place pork on the top level of the smoker. Close it up and let cook for 2 hours.
  6. After 2 hours check meat temperature by placing thermometer into thickest part. If it isn't 100 degrees put it back in until internal temperature reaches it.
  7. Once pork reaches 100 degrees start basting with grill glaze. Go lightly at first since you'll be doing this for a few hours.
  8. Continue cooking and basting until internal temperature reaches 160 degrees.
  9. Remove from smoker and place in a pan to rest. Once slightly cool begin pulling apart into shreds.
  10. Toss with remaining sauce and serve.

You'll need a turkey baster and smoker to make the most of this recipe.

Prep Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes - Cook Time: 4 hours ; Yield: 6-8 servings

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New Sauce Goddess Products at Winter Fancy Food Show

For Immediate Release:  January 13, 2014
For More Information:  Lynn Pittman (619) 316-6879

 

SAUCE GODDESS NEW PRODUCT INTRODUCTIONS

WINTER FANCY FOOD SHOW 2014

San Francisco, CASauce Goddess has been working on some new products that will be available at the 2014 Winter Fancy Food Show. Come check out the delicious new offerings from Sauce Goddess at the Savor California booth at the Winter Fancy Food Show. Booth 504, North Hall.

Spice rubs now available in small shakers. All four flavors of our original spice blends previously available only in tins, pouches and food service sizes will now be available in a consumer size shaker.

“There are two main reasons we’re adding small shakers.” says Jennifer Reynolds, owner of Sauce Goddess. ”We needed a way to offer the consumer a better value for our spice blends and the small shakers reduce the packaging cost which can be passed on to the consumer. Feedback from our customers told us that a shaker would be a better way to use the product at home. It’s simply easier to use than a tin with your hands or a spoon.”

Sauce Goddess spices rubs are all natural, free of any preservatives, MSG or anti-caking additives. “It’s important for us to not change the award winning recipe of Sweet Heat, which means it might cake in the shaker. The brown sugar makes it clump so loosening it up with a fork every now and then should overcome the problem. Keeping in line with our healthy values we don’t want to add anti-caking ingredients. “I think it’s weird that we add silicone dioxide to our food anyway. That’s sand. Who wants to eat sand?” opines Reynolds.

New Competition Mop Sauce. This new sauce has won awards in barbecue competitions throughout the west coast and has been available on a limited basis at special events. After many requests to make it a regular item we are launching it at this show. It contains no smoke with a nice thin mop style consistency sure to make splash with consumers.

“This sauce is something I created on the competition barbecue circuit a few years back. We needed a great sauce for slow smoking and our Sticky Sweet was a little thick for continuous application hour after hour.” explains Reynolds. “We thinned it out with some apple cider vinegar and the Mop Sauce was born. I’ve been testing it on consumers for the past year. I can see it becoming our number one seller by the end of the year.”

 

ABOUT SAUCE GODDESS GOURMET, LLC:  Sauce Goddess Gourmet is a privately owned company headquartered in San Diego, CA. Sauce Goddess is dedicated to providing all natural sauces, spices and gourmet snack products that can be used frequently and easily so people can create delicious meals for their friends and family. Creating smiles with food. Many of Sauce Goddess products are based on secret family recipes.  For information, recipe ideas, and ordering visit www.SauceGoddess.com.

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Give the Gift of Gourmet Foods

For Immediate Release: December 12, 2013
For More Information:  Lynn Pittman, (619) 316-6879

THE “SAUCE GODDESS” MAKES GIFT GIVING AND ENTERTAINING
DELICIOUS, QUICK, AND EASY ALL YEAR LONG

San Diego, CA – San Diego local, Jennifer Reynolds better known at the “Sauce Goddess” is on a mission to make throwing a party as easy as one, two, three.  Reynolds’ passion is cooking and creating ways to make entertaining easy and enjoyable for all.  “There are many tips to create delicious dishes that it’s easy for everyone to enjoy their own party.” Jennifer Reynolds, President, Sauce Goddess, LLC. Visit www.saucegoddess.com for more information, gift ideas and recipes to make entertaining FUN!

Reynolds makes entertaining and gift giving “Stress Free” and enjoyable year round.  She loves to show people how to WOW their guests with delicious and easy recipes.  “My newest discovery is a creamy white sauce that is perfect for making favorites such as Scalloped Potatoes, Fettuccini Alfredo or Mac and Cheese.  This sauce is fabulous for the holidays, playoff games, tailgating, potluck dinners, and of course the “Granddaddy” party of them all the Super Bowl. It’s also gluten free, which is great because everyone can enjoy it.  The best thing about this recipe is it is so darn easy and you can create lots of delicious dishes in a snap,” explains Reynolds.

Reynolds became the “Sauce Goddess” when she took her father’s much loved recipe for a smoke free grilling sauce and started Sauce Goddess, LLC.  “Everyone came to my house growing up and they still do because we are always cooking and sampling new recipes. Bottom line is we love to eat and share with EVERYONE!” exclaims Reynolds.

“There are so many products and easy tricks that people can use to make entertaining not so overwhelming.” states Reynolds. “Dips and marinades just get better as they age so you can make these ahead of time and use as needed. My motto is 1,2,3, It’s Party Time! You can do amazing things with sausages on the grill or in the crock-pot that are so easy.  Here’s a great time saver and flavor increaser, use whipped cream cheese for recipes, sauces and dips.” says Reynolds.

Reynolds made a decision to make her products gluten-free after her sister was diagnosed as gluten intolerant. “It was after all our Dad’s recipe, so my sister had be able to use the sauce. It’s still the sticky sweet delicious flavor, and now, it happens to be gluten-free.”  The “Sauce Goddess” has expanded her offerings to include not only cooking and grilling sauces but spice rubs and salted caramel corn in a wide variety of unique flavors including: Latin Heat, Big and Tangy, Moroccan Twist, Sweet BBQ Heat, Devils Bite, Sweet Red Devil, Sticky Sweet and Sweet and Spicy.

According to Reynolds, “Our newest creation, the spiced caramel corn was inspired from my love of spicy salty sweet snacks. We created all sorts of combinations from exotic spices of cardamom all the way to spicy habanero. So we decided to combine savory and sweet flavors to create Sauce Goddess’ Salted Caramel Corn; it is not only gluten-free, but nut free too.

The Sauce Goddess loves to cook, barbeque and grill out. She is on a mission to help millions of people create easy to make, affordable gourmet dishes. “Many of our delicious recipes are naturally gluten-free.  Nobody ever asks where’s the gluten?

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Consumers can purchase “Holiday Gift Boxes” or create their own using Sauce Goddess Sauces, Spice Rubs and Spicy Carmel Corns. Sauces are $8.00 per jar. Spice Rubs with refillable tin start at $7.00 and $3.50 for refill packages. Spicy Carmel Corn starts at $5.00 per package. You can add a personal touch and attach a favorite recipe or you can visit www.SauceGoddess.com for complete pricing options, gift and recipe ideas.

The online store is featuring an array of gift boxes and packages you can have sent for you. Sauce Goddess products can be purchased online or at local merchants including: Great News, Iowa Meat Farms, Cardiff Seaside Market, Harvest Ranch Market, Bristol Farms, and Hot Licks.

ABOUT SAUCE GODDESS GOURMET, LLC:  Sauce Goddess Gourmet is a privately owned company headquartered in San Diego, CA. Sauce Goddess is dedicated to providing all natural sauces, spices and gourmet products that can be used frequently and easily for grilling, dipping, marinating, and creating favorite recipes.  Many of Sauce Goddess products are based on secret family recipes.  For information and recipe ideas visit www.SauceGoddess.com.

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Bourbon and Bacon Baked Beans

These are some great baked beans for tailgating, summer picnics or any other events that call for plain old brown beans.



  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. This can be done on a smoker too. It’s delicious.
  2. Cook bacon and onions until onions are translucent. Remove excess fat.
  3. Add garlic and cook until the garlic is tender.
  4. Remove pan from heat and add bourbon. Use stick lighter to carefully ignite the bourbon. It will flame up. Stir gently to cook off all the alcohol.
  5. Add Sauce Goddess Sticky Sweet Grill Glaze and beans. Stir to combine.
  6. Place in baking dish or cast iron pan. Bake 30 minutes or smoke 60 minutes.

Prep Time: 5 minutes - Cook Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes ; Yield: 4 servings

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Sticky Sweet Polynesian Pork Skewers

Sticky Sweet Polynesian Pork Skewers

Interesting twist on the traditional grilled skewers.


    Marinade
  • 1/4 cup pineapple juice
  • 2 Tbsp soy sauce or gluten free tamari
  • 2 Tbsp fresh ginger, grated or minced very fine (using a microplane is best)
  • 1/4 cup rice vinegar
  • 3/4 cup of Sauce Goddess Sticky Sweet Sauce (you can use Sweet & Spicy or Sweet Red Devil if you want)
    Skewers
  • 2 lbs pork loin or tenderloin, cut into 2” cubes
  • 1 red pepper cut into 2” pieces
  • 1 sweet onion cut into 2 “ pieces
  • 8 skewers

    Marinade
  1. In a bowl with a lid, mix the first 5 ingredients. Stir to combine. Taste for seasoning. If you like more salt, add more soy. If you like more tart flavors, add more vinegar. This is the time to adjust, before we place raw meat into the bowl.
  2. Pour off ½ cup of he liquid into a bowl for basting while grilling. That way this liquid won’t have any raw meat juices.
  3. Place the pork and veggies into container. Tighten the lid and shake to combine. Place in the fridge to marinade for 30-60 minutes.
    Skewers
  1. Preheat grill on medium heat.
  2. Place items on skewers alternating veggies and meat. Discard marinating liquid.
  3. Place skewers on the grill.
  4. Baste (with reserve marinade) and turn over as they brown. 3 to 4 times per skewer gets a nice even coat of sauce and browning.
  5. When the meat is done to 160 or fairly firm to the touch, remove from the grill.
  6. Serve with rice if desired.

Prep Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes - Cook Time: 20 minutes

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Bacon Wrapped Scallops




Prep Time: 5 minutes - Cook Time: 10 minutes

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