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Chris Thomas
· March 13, 2015
I have entered my first bbq competition and plan on using the bone doctor's rub and sauce for my ribs and pulled pork. These products taste great.
Winston Folger Kobe
· February 7, 2015
Best addition to any meat. Amazingly good.
Carlos Castaneda
· April 26, 2014
nice sauce .....
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In 1862, William Alexander Hammond, MD, professor of anatomy and physiology at Maryland, was named surgeon general of the U.S. Army, a position held until 1864. Hammond organized a system for evacuating wounded soldiers from the field of battle and developed a military hospital and medical system, the first in the world of its kind. In addition his methods of maintaining military records, reports, and compiling data was hailed as an enormous contribution to medical science. Hammond is credited with establishing the Army Medical Museum later renamed the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.

And, of course, he is our choice for our first BBQ sauce, Original!

— Products shown: Original BBQ Sauce 375 ml and Original BBQ Sauce 200 ml.

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First made for a New Years' Eve party, these were a hit and gone long before midnight ever arrived. The recipe is easily multiplied depending on the size of your crowd and is the perfect recipe for a crockpot.
Serves 8...
Ingredients:
2 lb. bag small frozen meatballs
½ cup diced onions
¼ cup diced green peppers
¼ cup molasses
1 cup Bone Doctors’® Sweet & Spicy BBQ Sauce
¼ cup chopped bacon partially cooked to render some fat (approx. 3 slices)
1 Tbsp. rendered bacon fat
2 tsp. liquid smoke
1 tsp. Bone Doctors’®Premium Spice Blend
Method:
Place meatballs in crockpot. Frozen or thawed is fine, though cooking time will be longer if frozen.
Heat the rendered bacon fat in a skillet and lightly sauté the onions and green peppers until soft.
Mix all ingredients for the sauce adding additional Bone Doctors’®Premium Spice Blend to taste.
Pour over meatballs in crockpot and mix gently but thoroughly.
Heat on low 4-6 hours,until heated through and sauce absorbed.

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