Airing weekdays at 7:30 A.M. on

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Are you ready to get sticky and have some fun? Every year, more than 1 million bottles of Sticky Fingers are sold worldwide. Here to help us get sauced is Sticky Fingers’ own Robert Patterson.

What started as a passion for serving friends and family the best southern barbecue resulted in Sticky Fingers opening their first restaurant in 1992. One shop became two, until suddenly they had smokehouses throughout the American barbecue belt. It wasn’t long before people wanted to take a bit of their special brand of hospitality home with them, and before they knew it, they were bottling sauces for stores across the country.

Although they instill each bottle of Sticky Fingers with the flavors of the region that inspired it, they also use the taste to tell the larger tale of American Southeast cooking. Always authentic and delicious, enjoy it often and in good company. After all, who you share it with is as important as what you put it on.

Stay tuned to hear more about the evolution of Sticky Fingers, their dedication to veterans, and their future with franchising.

 

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