Recipes

Wings

Arrange wings on baking sheet, spray with cooking spray or line with parchment paper. Sprinkle with Uncle Bob’s Everything House Seasoning. Bake in oven at 400 degrees for 1 hr to 1 ½ hrs. Pour sauce in a large mixing bowl. Add a few wings at a time to sauce and toss.

Try Uncle Bob’s “Hot” Sweet and Spicy BBQ Sauce, Uncle Bob’s “Hot” Georgia juice, Berry Chipotle BBQ & Wing Sauce or our new Cravin’ Asian Saute & Wing Sauce for a yummy variety of wings.

Georgia Juice Chicken

Wash several boneless pieces of chicken and place in a large zip lock bag (if the pieces are large cut in half). Cover chicken with Georgia Juice to marinate. Place in the refrigerator for at least 1 hr, but best if overnight.

Set up your grill for indirect cooking. For charcoal grills, arrange hot coals at each end of the grill and place chicken in the middle. For gas grills with two burners, light one side to high and place chicken on the opposite side. For gas grills with three or more burners, light the outer burners to high and place chicken in the middle. Sprinkle with Uncle Bob’s Cajun Rub. Cook chicken until done.

Georgia Juice Chicken and Bow Tie Alfredo

Cook chicken as directed above.

In a large pot bring water to a boil, add one box or one bag of bowtie pasta, cook as directed.

In blender, food processor or mixing bowl, add 1 small carton of heavy whipping cream, ½ stick of unsalted butter, 1 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese and ½ cup of Georgia Juice. You can also add fresh garlic if you choose. Blend to a thick paste when pasta and chicken are ready.

Rinse pasta in hot water and return to pot. Pour Alfredo mixture over pasta and stir lightly until melted. Slice chicken in strips and lay on top of the Bow Tie Alfredo, ENJOY!

Georgia Juice Shrimp

Wash one package of peeled and deveined shrimp in a large bowl of water. Best if you can find the shrimp with no tails or once thawed and washed you can take the tails off. Melt 1 tablespoon of unsalted butter in sauce pan. Drain shrimp and add to sauce pan over medium heat. Gently toss till the shrimp are half pink, add ½ cup to 1 cup of Georgia Juice and finish cooking shrimp until all pink. Approximately 5 minutes. Sprinkle generously with Uncle Bob’s Cajun Rub.

Add to the Bow Tie Pasta above or top a Caesar salad, make shrimp tacos or whatever else your heart desires. If you make shrimp tacos, be sure to use additional Georgia Juice instead of salsa.

Pulled Pork

Place 2-3 lb pork butt/shoulder in crock pot. Add ½ bottle of Georgia Juice and approx 2 cups of water, just enough to somewhat cover the pork. Cook in the slow cooker on high for 6-7 hours. Take roast out, discard fat and use to forks to pull meat apart. The meat is not done until it falls apart with two forks. Place in a bowl and add additional Georgia Juice to keep meat moist. Place on a hamburger bun or In a tortilla for tacos, Yummy!  Sprinkle with Uncle Bob’s Cajun Rub to make it a bit more spicy or Uncle Bob’s All Purpose Rub for a little more sweetness.

Georgia Juice Baked Potatoes

Instead of Butter use Georgia Juice on your baked potato or if you are from Georgia add that butter as well! Add a scoop of pulled pork with cheese and sour cream like we do in our restaurant.

Uncle Bob’s Ribs

Sprinkle ribs generously on both sides with Uncle Bob’s All Purpose Rub. Ribs may be covered and placed in the refrigerator for an hour, overnight or placed directly on the grill.  For the meatier country style ribs, I like to marinate them in Uncle Bob’s Georgia Juice overnight then sprinkle them with Uncle Bob’s All Purpose Rub and place them on the grill. If you are doing baby backs be sure to peel off the membrane off back before rubbing down.

Set up your grill for indirect cooking.

For charcoal grills, arrange hot coals at each end of the grill.  Place a disposable roasting pan in the middle with the coals on either side and add about 2 inches of water. This catches the drippings and the water provides a moist heat which enhances tenderness. If using woodchips for smoke, the soaked woodchips may be added directly to the coals or wrapped in foil with holes punched in the top to allow the smoke to escape. With either method the soaked chips will need to be replenished as desired. Place the ribs in the middle of the top grate over the pan and away from the fire. Cover the grill and cook for 4 to 8 hours at a temperature between 200 and 250 degrees F. Turn the ribs about halfway through the total cooking time. Start basting at this time with a mixture of 2 cups Georgia Juice and 1 cup of water.  The ribs are done when the meat will have pulled back from the ends of the bone and can be gently pulled apart.

For gas grills with two burners, light one side to high and place ribs on the opposite side. For gas grills with three or more burners, light the outer burners to high and place ribs in the middle. Place a disposable roasting pan under the grate away from the burners and add about 2 inches of water. This catches the drippings and the water provides a moist heat which enhances tenderness.  If using woodchips for smoke, place soaked wood chips in a smoker box. Replenish soaked chips as desired.  Place the ribs on the top grate over the pan and away from the fire. Cover the grill and cook for 4 to 8 hours at a temperature between 200 and 250 degrees F. Turn the ribs about halfway through the total cooking time. Start basting at this time with a mixture of 2 cups of Georgia Juice and 1 cup of water.  The ribs are done when the meat will have pulled back from the ends of the bone and can be gently pulled apart.

For either method, use Uncle Bob’s Sweet and Spicy as the finishing sauce during the last 30 minutes of cooking. Brush the sauce on the bone side first then on the meat side of the ribs and cook for 10-15 minutes. Brush sauce on the meat side again and cook for another 10-15 minutes.

Remove the ribs and let stand for 15 to 30 minutes. Heat Uncle Bob’s Sweet and Spicy in a saucepan over low heat and serve on the side.  Serve and Enjoy!!!

Mimi’s Barbecue Burgers

Dice 1/2 of a large onion and saute in a skillet.  Set aside. Brown 1 1/2 lbs of ground beef and chop up like you are making taco meat. Drain fat. Add the onions and 1 whole jar of Uncle Bob’s Sweet and Spicy Barbecue Sauce to the meat.  Simmer 5-10 minutes. Toast hamburger buns and add miracle whip on buns if desired. Add mixture to buns and enjoy! Serve with french fries or tater tots seasoned with Uncle Bob’s Spicy ‘Everything’ Seasoning.

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