Remember when we went to the beach? I remember. I remember all the time.
We definitely took advantage of that grill. We fired it up on our first night there and made some barbecue grilled chicken and corn. Our breasts were huge (DD, in fact) and the cooking process took a lot longer than we anticipated, but it was ultimately worth the wait. Something that made the chicken extra special and unique was the addition of some apple moonshine grilling sauce from Southern City Flavors. The tart taste of apples sweetened with honey and a little kick of apple moonshine from the great state of Tennessee made the chicken moist and flavorful and full of zip.
Southern City Flavors is responsible for lots of tasty sauces, jams, and jellies (Zach's peach jalapeno sauce was my favorite--sweet and super spicy), not to mention pancake and waffles mixes and two types of peanut brittle. Find out if there's a store near you or, you know, just order online. Use the code Grace at checkout and get 25% off any order until November 31!
Incidentally, there are no pictures of the final product because we were so famished, eating easily took priority over taking photos. The chicken was delicious and just as tasty in a sandwich the next day, pulled and topped with a little more grilling sauce. If you'd like a chance to win your own prize package of goodies from Southern City Flavors, leave a comment telling me if you've ever tasted moonshine. Don't worry, it'll stay between us. :) Comments will close in one week, on October 16th (my Mamster's birthday, a very good day!), and I'll contact the winner shortly thereafter. Luck be with you!
Though Southern City Flavors did provide me with samples of some of their excellent products, the opinions stated above are my own. I'm far too clever to be bribed.