|Product Name||Blues Hog Tennessee Red BBQ Sauce|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B001H3VQFM|
|Price New||7.98 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Features||A vinegary spicy sweet sauce, Great on pork or beef sandwiches and chicken, A Southern style red sauce|
|Long Description||The Product Description was incorrectly changed and needs to be changed back to the previous description. It should be: Tennessee Red Sauce is a vinegar/pepper based sauce that can be found in 'Barbecue Joints' down in the South. Excellent on pork and beef sandwiches it can be used as a marinade for chicken or wild game, used as a mopping sauce on the grill, or we have even used it in our Dirty Rice and Baked Bean recipes. It gives foods a unique boost of flavor with a zesty attitude.|
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