I recently learned that one way to get my little one to eat her vegetables is to dip them in Taste O South Apple Barbecue sauce.  I admit, a carrot dipped in barbecue sauce is a bit different.  But, whatever it takes, right? This got me thinking, do you have a unique way of using barbecue sauce? Do you have an unconventional way of using ketchup or any other condiment? Feel free to share.

The Winter Blues

I have great news for everyone! What news you ask? We are finally in the home stretch…..the official first day of Spring is March 20th. I don’t know about you, but I am looking forward to packing away the parka and saying good-bye to winter.  Are you looking forward to Spring? What is the first thing you plan to do once the weather warms up?



The Great Barbecue Debate Web Large

It seems that everyone loves barbecue, but no one can agree on what constitutes great barbecue.  A great deal of this debate centers around the sauce. This is where regional differences come in to play. North Carolinians prefer a tangy, vinegar- based sauce while those in Memphis and Kansas City prefer a tomato- based sauce. There is also the question of sweet versus spicy. In some areas, sauce isn’t even the norm. Whatever your preference, I’m sure we can all agree that nothing hits the spot like good barbecue.  How about you, what is great barbecue to you?

Baked Apple Barbecue Chicken

Baked Apple Barbecue Chicken Resized

Taste O South Apple Barbecue Sauce
Chicken Legs

Season chicken to taste. Bake chicken at 425 degrees for 25 minutes or until done. I suggest placing a wire rack on an aluminum foil covered cookie sheet and placing the chicken on top of the rack. Broil for an additional 5 minutes. Remove chicken from oven and reduce to 350 degrees. Dip chicken in Taste O South Apple Barbecue Sauce and place chicken back on cookie sheet. Bake for an additional 5 minutes at 325 degrees. Remove from oven and brush on additional sauce. Let chicken sit for a few minutes before serving


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