The year was 1934 Waco, Texas… the infancy of Central Texas BBQ (smoking meats low and slow) was being forged by the early pioneers we are so grateful for today. My grandfather was one of those storied pioneers experimenting with cooking techniques thru a trial and error process.
1934 “Original” BBQ Sauce is Central Texas’ oldest BBQ sauce. For over six decades this true Texas Original was served to several hundred thousand Texans at an annual BBQ event in Waco, but never sold.
We are proud to make our family BBQ sauce available to all for the first time.
Our internationally awarded 1934 Bloody Mary Mix is quickly raising the bar and setting a new standard in the Bloody Mary industry.
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- Beef, Fish, Chicken, Pork – baste meat with our sauces to create a caramelized glaze. (our sauces are low in sugar and will not burn on your meat.)
- Hamburgers – baste meat with sauce while it is cooking. Or mix into meat when forming patties.
- Chicken Sandwiches – baste chicken while cooking.
- Wings – our sauces are awesome on wings! (grill, fry, bake or broil your wings; then place in bowl and mix with sauce…..or baste wings with sauce while cooking).
- Chili – add some sauce to your favorite chili and taste the difference.
- Steak sauce? Try some 1934 sauce on your favorite steak.
- Tacos – instead of salsa, try adding one of our sauces to your taco; or brown meat with BBQ sauce.
- Queso – kick up your queso with some 1934 “Heat” BBQ sauce.
- Baked Potato – yep…you can pour some sauce on your potato to kick up the flavor.
- Rice – when cooking rice, add a little sauce to the water to spice it up.
- Beans – add sauce to pinto or ranch style beans to enhance their flavor.
- Scrambled Eggs – mix sauce with eggs…tasty.
- Cocktail Wieners simmering in our sauce…..yum!
- Shrimp – add BBQ sauce to your cocktail sauce. Baste sauce on shrimp when cooking, or add sauce to the water when boiling shrimp for seasoning.
- Fish & Scallops – marinate or baste with one of our sauces.
- Bread – dip some hot fresh bread in our sauce….extra yum!
- Pizza – use one of our sauces on your pizza instead of pizza sauce.
- Pasta – Instead of using marinara or a white sauce, pour a lite amount of one of our sauces over pasta, mix well and add your favorite meat and vegetables.
Bloody Mary mix...
1934 Bloody Mary Mix + Vodka = Bloody Mary
+ Beer = Michelada
+ Rum = Bloody Pirate
+ Tequila = Bloody Maria
+ Gin = Red Snapper
+ Whiskey = Bloody Scotsman
In addition to drinking our Bloody Mary Mix, you can also use for the following…
- Shrimp Cocktail – saute some garlic or shallots in olive oil, add our mix to pan and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
- Gazpacho – add olive oil, garlic, stale bread and mix in blender.
- Tomato Soup – saute onions in olive oil add mix and simmer for 3-4 minutes. For thicker soup, add some heavy cream while simmering.
- Dip – mix together 1/2 cup of mix with 1/3 cup mayo and 24 oz. softened cream cheese.
- Bloody Mary Cheese Ball – ad mix to 16 oz. cream cheese, softened, 3/4 cup shredded white cheddar and finely chopped cooked bacon. Form into ball and refrigerate til ready to serve.
- Chicken/Shrimp/ Vegetable Skewers – marinate bite size pieces of chicken, shrimp or vegatables in mix for 30 minutes and grill.
- Oyster Shooters – add mix to shot glass, add raw oyster….cheers!
- Salsa – chop onion, tomato, cilantro add mix and stir.
- Fish – marinate in mix 30 minutes then broil, saute or grill.
- Spicy Meatballs – make your favorite meatballs place in pan and add mix. Simmer 10-15 minutes. Server over pasta, on bread or skewer with toothpicks.
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The Year Was 1934
The first Bloody Mary was mixed in the U.S.
The St. Louis Cardinals won the World Series.
Gold was twenty bucks an ounce.
Donald Duck, Shirley Temple and Flash Gordon made their debuts.
The average salary was $1,600.
The Chicago Black Hawks took the Stanley Cup and the New York Giants were NFL Champions.
John Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde, Pretty Boy Floyd and Baby Face Nelson met their fate.
Gas was 10 cents, bread 8 cents, hamburger 12 cents.
Ritz crackers were introduced.
The year of The Dust Bowl.
A new house cost less than $6K.
And in theaters the movie “The Thin Man” premiered.
...............In Waco, Texas..............
Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys were creating country music
Cab Calloway performed at the Cotton Club