Off the menu, so ask for it, but we warned you.
The first is a labor of love from the spring to now, we made a pepper mash from some peppers we grew and some we bought at a local farm in Haverhill. Then we added some fresh mango puree to make a spicy and sweet sauce we call Mango Fuego. It took months to grow the peppers and three weeks to let the mash ferment. The result was an insanely hot pepper base that we made manageable by adding the Mango and a touch of brown sugar.
Check out the beautiful mango color:
The Second is called Thanksgiving in Buffalo. It is a Cranberry Chipolte BBQ, which we made with fresh cranberries and some smoky chipolte peppers. Its a perfect way for us to nod to the season and deliver a sauce with the Thanksgiving spirit. Background Heat and a tangy sweetness makes this special sauce a true BBQ star.
These sauces are limited by nature so be sure to come give them a try soon. It is always a great time to #getsauced.
We are located at 19 Essex Street Andover Ma, offering delivery to a 3 mile radius.
It happens every 95 years or so, and Sauce had to make an appearance to see the Red Sox raise the trophy on Fenway’s sacred turf. Here at Sauce we love food that goes with a big game and this was one of the biggest ever in Boston. #GoRedSox and #GetSauced
Thats our Owner holding up the Classic Sauce Shirt at the Game. You can follow him on twitter to win free food from Sauce here: @spirocks.
Word travels fast, but not usually this fast. Check out our “I got Sauced” shirt being introduced to people on the beaches of Rio:
Special thanks to Gil Matos for bringing his Sauce shirt along for the travels! You can follow him around the globe at @gematos33 on twitter.
Sauce Wings, located right in Downtown Andover, but we like to think we are world famous now.