FF: Jack’s Creek Bar-B-Que Sauce from Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint

ff1 If you ever get to the Nashville area, do yourself a favor and stop in to see the fine folks at Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint. In the meantime, order up some of Martin’s great sauces – like their Jack’s Creek Bar-B-Que Sauce.

About Jack’s Creek Bar-B-Que Sauce:

“This is our classic sweet and spicy vinegar sauce. We use this on everything, but its roots are from our hog pit. The town of Jack’s Creek is arguably “ground zero” for West TN Whole Hog BBQ. This sauce is named after a community in Chester County, Tennessee, situated on Highway 100E and Highway 22A. We mop it on while cooking the hogs and add a splash on our finished bbq sandwiches (topped with slaw, of course!). It’s a staff favorite and even great with pulled chicken and for marinating meats before you toss them on the grill.”

Find Jack’s Creek Bar-B-Que Sauce from Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint here.

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FF: The 1816 Reserve Whiskey from Chattanooga Whiskey

ff2I can’t keep up with all the fine small batch distillers that are popping up these days – but I aim to try them all – starting with the 1816 Reserve Whiskey I found from the fine folks at Chattanooga Whiskey.

About the 1816 Reserve Whiskey from Chattanooga Whiskey:

“Smooth with a hint of spice, you’ll love the clean finish of our 1816 Reserve. The Reserve is a 90-proof American Whiskey, aged 6 ½ years in charred American white oak barrels with a mash bill consisting of 75% corn, 21% rye, and 4% malted barley. Drink it as you like it – neat, chilled with whiskey stones, or mixed in your favorite cocktail.”

Find the 1816 Reserve Whiskey from Chattanooga Whiskey here.

Learn more about the Chattanooga Whiskey here.