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Cue Culture North Carolina Vinegar Barbecue Sauce, 12 oz.
"The Carolina Vinegar Sauce is a traditional Eastern North Carolina barbecue sauce using cider vinegar, brown sugar, pureed onions, and tomato paste as its base. I learned about barbecue in North Carolina and have a soft spot for Carolina style pulled pork with a vinegar based sauce. Carolina natives and purists have told me the flavor of the sauce is spot on."
- Brush on chicken, ribs, lamb or pork near the end of cooking
- Great to use in a crockpot
- Blend with shredded pork or chicken for sandwiches
- All natural, no preservatives
- Packaged in a 12 oz. glass bottle
- Made in Maine
Ingredients: cider vinegar, water, tomato paste, ketchup (tomato concentrate, corn syrup, distilled vinegar, salt, natural flavorings), onions, brown sugar, salt, dried red chili pepper flakes, spices
Wayne has always been a student of premium spice blends - and a mad scientist at heart - so it wasnt surprising when he set out to create his own small batch sauces and dry rubs. His bold approach and sense of humor lead him to ingenious experimentation with ingredients like black cherry preserves and piquant peppers of all varieties.
'Cue Culture® features fresh, high quality ingredients, each of which you can savor in its own right. Make no mistake; the peppers are hot. But you can really taste the shallots, fresh lime and ginger among the dashes of habenero pepper and vinegar. But they arent all about temperature. They play with sweetness, too, in ways you might not expect. Look for innovative splashes of fruit and bourbon, lemon and nutmeg, or apricot, lime, and ginger that enhance the savory aroma in their dry-rubs, seasonings and delicious sauces. Then prepare your taste buds for a hint of Maine maple syrup and other fresh delights in Wayne's unique twist on tradition.
'Cue Culture blends south of the Mason-Dixon style cooking with a fresh new approach.
Where there's smoke... there's 'Cue Culture.