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We’re back in the kitchen with chef Ralph Pagano! This episode’s QuickBytes features mouthwatering buffalo chicken tacos and pull-apart hot sausage bread, all using Moore’s Marinades’ Original Buffalo Wing Sauce.

Perfect for people with busy lifestyles, Moore’s Marinades are ready to eat straight from the bottle, and can quickly and easily be added to just about anything for a boost of flavor. From preparing a family meal or entertaining a crowd of friends, Moore’s products are always a great choice.

The company dates back more than 30 years to a small Alabama town. Moore’s Original Marinade was created inside a family-owned steakhouse and soon became a staple for its delightful, hickory taste. From the start, their flavor defined not only food, but also family. The recipe was so sought after that they eventually began to sell it in styrofoam cups to the steakhouse regulars.

Check out Moore’s products page to see their ever-expanding line of marinades and sauces. They’re always working to capture the magic of the first spark of flavor that started it all three decades ago. They pour their hearts into their marinades and sauces in order to give you a taste of true southern flavor to share with those closest to you.

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