With the addition of two new signature styles, mild Saint and spicy Sinner, George Jones Authentic Nashville Style BBQ Sauces have everything it takes to be your go-to choices for flavor. Because you can now purchase these new additions in our gift shop (or online here), you can enjoy these sauces whether you’re at our location in downtown Nashville, or just cooking at home!
No matter where you’re enjoying a meal, here are 10 uses, some classic, some unique, for the tempting George Jones BBQ sauces.
Tater Tot Casserole
Serving up a tater tot casserole is perfect for when you’re entertaining lots of guests (or just yourself). This cheesy recipe calls for a cup of BBQ sauce, and we recommend making it spicy with the Sinner BBQ sauce. See full recipe here.
Chicken and Macaroni Salad
This simple and delicious dish is perfect for any occasion, and adding in the Saint BBQ sauce will only kick it up a notch. See full recipe here.
Putting pineapple on pizza may be controversial, but if you’re a fan, switch the pizza sauce for the Sinner BBQ sauce for a spicy twist to this classic formula. See full recipe here.
Kale Chicken Wraps
If you’re craving BBQ but looking to stay on the healthy side, add the Saint BBQ sauce to the chicken while you’re whipping up these low-carb wraps. See full recipe here.
When it comes to what George Jones Nashville Style BBQ sauce you use for these quesadillas, you can’t go wrong. Whether you choose the Sinner and Saint BBQ sauce, you’ll be hit with flavor. See full recipe here.
The George Jones Pulled Pork
Add the Smoke Show BBQ sauce to your pulled pork the next time you visit The George Jones. The smoky flavor will make the tender pork taste even better than before.
The George Jones Smoked Wings
You can ditch the ranch and smother these jumbo chicken wings with any of The George Jones Nashville Style BBQ sauces, or you can just add a little in with the dressing. Whatever you choose, you’re bound to enjoy it.
The George Jones Pulled Chicken Sandwich
If you aren’t in a BBQ mood, the Country Gold mustard will pair perfectly with the pulled chicken sandwich at The George Jones.
The George Jones Classic Cheeseburger
You can make your classic cheeseburger sizzle with a dollop (or more) of the Sinner BBQ sauce. There’s nothing wrong with adding BBQ sauce to a burger, especially if it has a kick.
The George Jones House Salad
Don’t knock it ‘till you try it. Ditch the dressing and shake some Saint BBQ sauce on your salad the next time you’re in an adventurous mood.