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Mrs Griffin's Hot BBQ Sauce 32 oz - Tangy Mustard Based BBQ Sauce (Hot, 32 oz)

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EAN
0072041002329
UPC
072041002329
ISBN
Not Applicable
Brand
Mrs Griffin's
Binding
Misc.
Dimensions
L 7.7 x W 4 x H 3.9 inches
Manufacturer number
Not Applicable
ProductGroup
Grocery
Weight
2.45 pounds
Mrs. Griffins Hot Barbecue Sauce - 32 oz bottle

Mrs. Griffin's has been a Southern favorite since the first batch was bottled in 1935. Our Southern Sauce is blended with the same seasonings, ingredients, and care that were used by M.E. Griffin when he developed the original recipe in the kitchen in his home in Macon, Georgia. Today, Mrs. Griffin's is made in Macon in small batches and bottled with you in mind.

Our sauce is a blend of savory mustard, tomato, spices, and vinegar, which makes for a thinner, more traditional, mop sauce that is great on everything.

Mrs. Griffin's Barbecue Sauce was founded by Mangham Edward Griffin, born in 1899. M.E. Griffin created a special BBQ sauce that he made for his family's Fourth of July Picnic every year. Everybody loved his sauce and his brother suggested he bottle some and bring it to his grocery store. He brought 12 bottles and his brother sold them before Mr. Griffin could even get home. Griffin started the family-run business in 1935 with the family making sauce in their kitchen. He called his special sauce Mrs.Griffin's Barbecue Sauce in honor of his wife, Etta Busbee Griffin, and "because a woman's name seemed to sell better than a man's." In 1949 he built a plant in downtown Macon. Business quickly expanded throughout Middle Georgia and sales increased. M.E. Griffin retired in 1965. The Company, now owned by Roland Neel, continues to run "in the tradition set by Griffin 75 years ago." The various ingredients of the sauce are mixed - not cooked - in a 60 gallon vat. The process, which takes 4 days, includes 12 steps to combining the ingredients. The sauce is then mixed between 3 and 4 hours before being ready for bottling. Unique because it is mustard-based.

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