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Bone Suckin’ Sauce Grilling Tips

  • Read the directions that came with your grill. We know that is boring but it is very helpful.
  • Charcoal gives a smoky flavor that adds to grillin' experience.
  • If you get a rotisserie, make sure it is big enough to do a prime rib or large boneless roasts. Make sure the motor and bar can handle the weight of what you will be cooking.
  • Make sure your rotisserie is protected from the wind, because one that is not will burn the outside of the meat before the inside of the meat is cooked.
  • Soak your wood chips overnight if you are going to grill something that takes more than 4 hours to cook.
  • NEVER light a gas grill with the hood closed. Read all instructions before lighting grill.
  • Avoid cross-contamination by using separate cutting boards, utensils and platters for raw and cooked foods; refrigerate foods while marinating; and NEVER baste with the marinating liquid. (Make extra marinade for basting, or boil your marinade liquid before basting)
  • Minimum of 3 to 4 burners on a gas grill. Six burners is better.
  • Hickory Wood is great for smoking beef.
  • Applewood is great for smoking chicken and pork.
  • Place your grill away from open windows and doors so smoke doesn't blow inside your home.
  • Be careful not to place your grill in a place where carbon monoxide can build up. Carbon monoxide can build up under porches and in garages.
  • Don't place your grill on a wooden deck because of fire hazard. Charcoal could fall on the deck and start a fire.
  • It is easier to scrub your grill while it is hot but make sure you use a protective glove.
  • Direct cooking method is when the food is sitting directly above the charcoal briquets or the lit burner.
  • Indirect cooking method is when the food is sitting off the side of the charcoal briquets or lit burner. This is best for foods higher in fat that take longer than 30 minutes to cook.
  • Place grill on a flat, level surface so it will not tip over. Make sure your grill is located away from overhangs, fences, deck railings and shrubbery that could be ignited by a sudden flare-up or flying spark.
  • Can't find your grill brush? No worries. You can clean your grill with a pair tongs and a piece of crumpled wet foil.
  • Use tongs or a spatula instead of a fork to flip meats help to keep flavorful juices in and keeps meat tender and moist.
  • Wipe your grill with vegetable oil before grilling to prevent food from sticking to the grill surface.
  • Prevent flare ups by marinating meats prior to cooking.
  • Keep an eye on the drip pan. Most people don't even remember they have one of these. If it's too full, it can catch on fire.


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1109 Agriculture Street Suite 1, Raleigh,
North Carolina, 27603, US
P: (919) 833-7647

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What the press thinks...

BBQ Sauce Reviews

Bone Suckin' Sauce is "5 Stars for Barbecue!"

Bon Appetit

Bone Suckin' Sauce is "Top Choice for Health"

InStyle Magazine

Bone Suckin' Sauce is their "Choice for Summer Barbecue"

About Us

"Phil Ford, a real estate appraiser and father of four in Raleigh, North Carolina, developed his sauce around 1987 while trying to copy his mother's recipe for a western North Carolina-style barbecue sauce. The resulting all natural, fat-free, fragrant blend includes: tomato paste, apple cider vinegar, honey, molasses, mustard, horseradish, lemon juice, onions, garlic, peppers, natural hickory smoke, natural spices and salt."