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Hot Wings In A Unique Sauce

I did about 5 lbs of hot wings with a unique hot sauce. We spent a long weekend over in Clayton, Ga a few months ago and between there and Dillard we stopped at a flea market. A table was loaded with bbq sauce and such and had some samples. They were marked hot , mild, etc. And the lady asked which one I would like to try and I said the hot. She said are you sure this is "very" hot, and it was. I bought a jar mostly because of the unique blend of flavors and the smooth consistency. Reading the ingredients I find two that surprise me and must be what makes it so good, anchovies and tamarind. I used about 3/4 of the 1/2 pt with a stick of butter and 1/3 cup vinegar and brought to boil. Poured this over wings and let sit while bringing the egg up to 350 indirect (should have been overnight), and put em on about 45 min later. Cooked 1 hr and took out the plate setter and raised heat to 450 and turned every few min till I got the outside of em pretty. The name of the sauce is "Hallman's Bear Creek" at PO Box 684 Otto, NC 28763. The guy that owns the business and makes the sauce came by while I was sampling and explained the sauce thing was a result of a large catering business he has. Try it, it's good.
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