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HSW 053 – Big Fat’s Hot Sauce

by brian on April 16, 2012

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Question: What does 1o8, 2o8, 3o8, 4o8, 5o8, and 8o8 have in common? Answer: They’re all hot sauces from our guest interview this week, Big Fat’s Hot Sauce.

Jeremy and Kat Walsh join us to talk about Big Fat’s Hot Sauce, and reveal some tidbits about their newest creation, the 6o8 and drop some hints about what 7o8 might become. Listen in for all the details!

Marilyn and I also talk about the awesome-ness that is Moo’d Enhancer Rub from Draper’s BBQ. Created solely for beef, this rub is a game changer! We reviewed Moo’d Enhancer here. Speaking of BBQ…

We look forward to the biggest KCBS sanctioned event east of the Mississippi – Pork in the Park, in Salisbury, Maryland. Happening April 20 – 22, 2012… visit for all the info.

And stay tuned to the HotSauceWeekly Podcast AND as we will be bringing you pictures and interviews from some old friends (2010), and last year’s 2011 PITP, as well as new ones!

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Jeremy April 18, 2012 at 8:20 am

Hey guys,
We wanted to thank you again for the opportunity to talk about Bigfat’s and get the word out. We had a great time chatting with you guys and look forward to the review(s) and seeing you at Bowers.
Kat and Jeremy


Lisseth May 23, 2012 at 7:45 pm

I live near the Dreamland BBQ in Roswell GA and can say that I favor their sweet sauce to the oriagnil (and the oriagnil sauce clone recipes purported on the internet). It’s funny that the first time I ate at Dreamland I was so unimpressed with their oriagnil sauce that I couldn’t finish my half-slab. It wasn’t until I asked the waitress if they had any other sauces that she mentioned the sweet sauce. I believe it’s a well kept secret. But for those who enjoy a sweet, vinegary sauce with some kick, this sauce is 1000 times better than the oriagnil, which to me was lacking depth and flavor. The sweet sauce will knock your socks off! and goes so well with the ribs. You can dunk a spare tire in the stuff and it would taste great! Definitely request the sweet sauce when your dining in or carrying out your order, you will not be disappointed – IMO!!!


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