Georgia Earle’s BBQ Sauce maintains the South’s unique barbecue tradition while delivering a combination of flavors that can only be found here in Baltimore, MD. Its rich tomato paste and apple cider vinegar backbone is sweetened with sugar… you won’t find any high fructose corn syrup here. A blend of North Carolina spices packs heat and flavor with ground red and black pepper, yellow mustard, hand-picked white onion, garlic salt and more. For a little extra zest, the sauce acquires its unique flavor with the addition of Steak Sauce and Worcestershire Sauce. All in all, twelve different ingredients and products are masterfully blended together to create Georgia Earle’s BBQ Sauce. The combination of sweet and spicy flavors will leave you wondering how many dishes at the dinner table you can add this barbecue sauce to. Georgia Earle’s BBQ Sauce is hand crafted in small batches in North Carolina and then hand delivered to Baltimore, MD creating memories and conversations at the dinner table in which we believe are these simple moments, that create great experiences and will last a lifetime. It is during this journey from Baltimore to North Carolina, and then North Carolina to Baltimore, we are reminded of the times driving out to visit with my Great-Grandmother Georgia Earle who we loved and adored along with our Great Uncle Paul.
Georgia Earle’s BBQ Sauce originated in the kitchen of my Great-Grandmother Georgia Earle many years ago in Tennessee.We all knew her by “Mammy.” A family recipe, handed down through the generations, and eventually making its way only to be found here in Baltimore, MD. Growing up, we would put this barbecue sauce on everything. BBQ chicken, BBQ pork chops, pulled chicken, pulled pork, BBQ ribs, brisket and more. Today, my wife and I continue that tradition of putting Georgia Earle’s BBQ Sauce on everything. Now our two children, and they enjoy it on most everything including their grilled and roasted vegetables, continue that tradition as well.
“This morning as I pulled into a parking space at work I noticed a young man and his maybe 12 year old son sitting on towels outside of their minivan with the back open. I drove by and smiled at them, watching their interaction of talking and sharing a watermelon....