We believe "grilling season" is an all year season! Whether you smoke 'em or grill 'em, you'll need to finish with the best sauce for the job and we've created award-winning sauces to take you from zero to HERO!
DIP it. TOSS it. SAUCE it.
Savannah Bee Company has a new lineup of Honey BBQ Sauces! Each sauce starts with our premium raw honey and finishes with unique spice blends to offer something for everyone.
- Honey BBQ Sauce – Hot, is the WINNER of the Flavor of Georgia Peoples Choice Award, this honey sweetened sauce has a habanero mash finish for an extra STING;
- Honey BBQ Sauce – Mustard is a hive favorite that buzzes with tangy sweetness.
- Honey BBQ Sauce – Sweet harmonizes SWEET and TANG for a universally loved flavor (if you have a picky sauce eater in the family, this is the one for them).
And if you think our new sauces are the bee's knees, just wait until you pair them with wisdom from the industry's top grilling queens. We've gathered priceless tips from experts like Amy Mills and Tootsie Tomanetz to help you reign supreme over your grill.
Top 8 Grilling Tips from our Favorite Grilling Queens
- Danielle Bennett: A Clean Grill Is a Safe Grill
TV host and BBQ class instructor Danielle Bennett, also known as Diva Q, can't stress enough the importance of a clean grill for safety and optimal cooking. Her tip? Always read your grill's owner manual and perform regular inspections.
- Amy Mills: Don't Oversmoke Your Meat
Amy Mills, co-runner of the 17th Street Barbecue empire and known as the "barbecue heiress," believes smoke should act as an ingredient that complements rather than dominates the dish. Her advice is to aim for a "rodeo in your mouth," where the meat, smoke, and sauce harmonize.
- Helen Turner: No Marinades or Dry Rubs Beforehand
Helen Turner is a pitmaster with a different take on seasoning: she doesn't do it before the meat hits the pit. According to her, the smoke provides all the flavor your meat needs.
- Laura Loomis: Patience Is Key
Grilling expert Laura Loomis says that patience pays off when you're grilling. Her tip? Let your meat slow-cook and "do its thing" for the best results.
- Megan Day: Build Layers of Flavor
As seen on the Today Show, TV personality Megan Day recommends a unique trick for ribs: After they've spent two hours in the smoker, place them in a foil pouch and add a splash of lemon-lime soda. This technique not only layers flavor but also boosts moisture, making for truly succulent ribs.
- Tootsie Tomanetz: Tender Love and Care
Veteran BBQ queen Tootsie Tomanetz has a straightforward approach to grilling—use salt, pepper, and a dose of tender loving care for great BBQ.
- Melissa Cookston: Inject Broth
Champion pitmaster Melissa Cookston advises injecting broth into your meats before cooking. This not only ensures a consistent temperature but also elevates the flavor profile.
- Christie Vanover: Wrap Your Meat in Foil
Chef Christie Vanover has a specific tip for ribs: after they've absorbed enough smoke and developed a good bark, wrap them in foil to lock in moisture and make them fall-off-the-bone tender.
Put these tips into action with these BBQ-ready recipes: