This recipe is a combination of 3 different Sauce Goddess recipes and was inspired by culinary experiences during a recent trip to Savannah, Georgia. The south has so many great dishes and this combines several savory flavors into one delicious ride one mouthful at a time.
Take your pork to a new level of sophistication without the fuss. This recipe is a flavorful light dish versatile enough for any time of year. The marinade can also be made with cranberries, pomegranate or dried cherries (re-hydrated).
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.
Falling off the bone, finger licking ribs.
This oven method for cooking pulled pork is super easy to do any time of year. There is a still a nice “bark” on the outside as if it’s been in a smoker, but no smoky taste. It’s perfect for football watch parties or other big gatherings where people are serving themselves.
This recipe is a great version of traditional Hawaiian style skewers with an added tweak – bacon! Sauce Goddess Sweet & Tangy Mop Sauce brings together the pineapple and pepper flavors into a mouthwatering tangy treat. It’s versatile enough for most any kind of meat, so if you’re in the mood for steak or just want to double up on the pork mix them in or swap out for the chicken.
Turn your boring pork chops into a tasty dish with a little spice. Serve with a side of rice or potatoes with a drizzle of the sauce poured over the pork.
These are some great baked beans for tailgating, summer picnics or any other events that call for plain old brown beans.
Use in a sandwich or in place of pizza sauce. Great over cream cheese or goat cheese (as shown here) for a party.
If you're looking for a taco bar to go this is a great idea!
Interesting twist on the traditional grilled skewers.