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The Great (Sauce) Debate: What BBQ Style is the Best?

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Sweet, spicy or smoky -- BBQ sauce might be the food world’s greatest debate.

Summer is here, and it’s time to light the grill. No matter what you’ve chosen to char, selecting the perfect sauce is key to BBQ success. From Texas to the Carolinas, different variations of sauce define each region. Battle lines are drawn between smokehouses serving sweet with heat, or sharp and spicy.

Chick-fil-A’s new Smokehouse BBQ Bacon Sandwich pays homage to the long-standing traditions of BBQ greatness and embraces the flavors of summertime. And the best part – there’s no grill required to satisfy your BBQ craving.

Featuring Chick-fil-A’s signature grilled chicken along with new ingredients, including bacon coated in a brown sugar pepper blend, the sandwich is served on a new Hawaiian-style bun with Colby-Jack cheese, green leaf lettuce and a zesty Smokehouse BBQ Sauce crafted from smoky honey barbeque with a kick of black pepper. (But no need to worry – our classic Barbecue Sauce isn’t going anywhere!) This seasonal sandwich, with its recipe crafted in partnership with Atlanta chef and restaurateur Ford Fry, is a first of its kind on the Chick-fil-A menu.

Our new sandwich is an easy way to get your BBQ on-the-go this summer season, but tell us this: When grilling at home, what do you slather?

Vote For Your Favorite Sauce

  • Alabama White: Mayonnaise-based. Zesty Pepper: Drizzle or dip, just serve it thick.
  • Kansas City Sweet: Heavy tomato-based. Sticky and sweet: Slathered on to finish with perfection.
  • North Carolina Vinegar: Vinegar-based. Tart and spicy: soak it in and sop it up.
  • South Carolina Gold: Mustard-based. Rich and tangy: Serve it up bold and gold.
  • Texas Smokehouse: Light tomato-based. Savory Smoke: Glaze it on and mop it up.

Vote

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