Uses & Recipes Fine Some Saw's Saw's Story Press Clippings Saw's Sauce
As a vinegar-based sauce, Saw's is not only a great barbecue sauce, but also excellent for marinating, pickling, dipping, dressing, mixing and such. Savory sweet, with just the right amount of kick, Saw's Sauce adds a hearty "Yessir!" to any dish.

All-Natural Ingredients:

Water, Evaporated Cane Juice, Apple Cider Vinegar, Distilled Vinegar, Tomato Paste, Salt, Spices, Red Pepper Flakes, and Xanthan Gum.

Suggested Uses

  • Marinate chicken, pork, beef, shrimp, or vegetables for flavorful, mouthwatering entrées and side dishes that will have your guests asking for more.
  • Add cucumber, okra, green beans, green tomatoes, or sliced onion to Saw's Sauce. Let stand for 8 to 24 hours for uniquely delicious pickles and vegetables.
  • Whisk a small amount of oil into Saw's Sauce for a tangy dressing for chopped salads or slaw.
  • Zest up remoulade or tartar sauce with a hit of Saw's Sauce.
  • Skip the mustard and spice up your sandwiches with a drizzle of Saw's.
  • Throw out your ketchup and use Saw's to make the best chili, baked beans, gumbo or meatloaf.
  • Mix in a hearty splash of Saw's in your Bloody Mary, favorite soup and stews.


      This stuff's so awesome, it could make shoe leather taste good.
John Derrick — Executive Chef

Chef Mike Wilson has been cooking since he was fifteen years old. "The retail store where my mom worked had a little cafe inside. I took a job in the kitchen there because I didn't want to bag groceries anymore."
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