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Meat Lovers Pizza Roll Ups

Meat Lovers Pizza Roll Ups are a meat lover's dream! Packed with three different Pig of the Month BBQ meats, you will be in BBQ pizza heaven with every bite. 

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I have a serious obsession with BBQ pizza as soon as the warmer weather comes around. Aside from grilling everything and anything in sight, I'm all about the easy appetizers or snacks that I can munch on (or turn into a whole meal) while I messing with whatever I have going on the grill. These meat lovers pizza roll ups are my favorite solution for something summer and BBQ-packed that doesn't require me whipping out the grill - or something that doesn't take up that valuable real estate, you know?

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Whether you are making these as a snack or appetizer for a party, or turning these into a fun weeknight BBQ meal for the family, you won't find a more meaty recipe out there that's this easy.

All you have to do is roll out some dough, stuff it with meat, bake and top with cheese. Just don't forget the extra BBQ sauce to serve them up with!

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Sling me a beer and lets cheers to those tasty, juicy meats!

[vimeo 166821716 w=640 h=360]Meat Lovers Pizza Roll Ups from Pig of the Month BBQ on Vimeo.

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INSTRUCTIONS:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Grease a baking sheet and set aside. On a lightly floured surface, roll out the pizza dough into a large 9x13-inch rectangle. Brush the dough with 1/3 cup of BBQ sauce. Layer on the pulled pork, brisket and bacon. Roll the dough up tightly and slice in 3/4-inch thick rolls. Add rolls to prepared baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes. Sprinkle the rolls with cheese and broil until the cheese is melted. Serve immediately with extra BBQ sauce for dipping. Shop This Post Pig of the Month BBQ Pulled Pork Pig of the Month BBQ Brisket Pig of the Month BBQ Applewood Smoked Maple Bacon   Recipe, photos & video by Meghan Bassett

The Ultimate Snack & Wine Pairing Guide

The Ultimate Snack & Wine Pairing Guide | Sauce + Style

With March Madness starting to set in, March is the month of snacks and munchies for us! It just so happens to be one of our favorite times of the year because it gives us the excuse to pull out all our favorite standby snacks as we stream the games all day, every day. Of course, sometimes we like to get a little classy up in here with our snacking. There’s only so much beer you can drink in one month, right? It's about time we switched over to some wine for those grape-obsessed during our favorite time of the year. That’s why we’ve put together the ULTIMATE snack and wine pairing guide so you can feel classy AF while you sit back, pig out on your favorite snacks and watch your favorite team demolish everyone else with each passing week. Love your white wines? Here’s the snacks you’ll want to bring to the table with your all-time fav wines while you root for the upsets:

The Ultimate Snack & Wine Pairing Guide | Sauce + Style

More of a red aficionado? Get rich and deep with these tasty pairings as you discuss who will be in the final showdown:

The Ultimate Snack & Wine Pairing Guide | Sauce + Style

Can’t decide between red and white? Good news, we’ve got you covered with BOTH for these munchies. Who's got time and patience to choose when your team's championship is on the line, am I right?

The Ultimate Snack & Wine Pairing Guide | Sauce + Style

You'll get that three-pointer you've been prepping for all season with this guide, trust me. Don’t forget to check out our March Munchie Madness bracket challenge for the chance to win some serious tasty treats! We're about halfway through the brackets but there's plenty more knock-down drag out fights left in our tasty contest. One lucky winner will win each round, and the next winner could be YOU. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram for more ways to enter to win.

Open-Faced Pulled Pork Sliders (Revisted)

Open-Faced Pulled Pork Sliders (Revisited) | Sauce + Style

A couple of years ago, we served up a quick go-to appetizer of open-faced pulled pork sliders. We've been using this recipe ever since, but we decided it was about time to make a little update to this bad boy. Why not get on the food porn train and really blow your minds? So we broke out the waffle iron, all the cheese and piled on even more saucy pulled pork for this revisited version of an old fav.

Open-Faced Pulled Pork Sliders (Revisited) | Sauce + Style

This open-faced slider is the perfect combination of savory, spicy and sweet. Instead of being sandwiched between a bun, this pork sings with the crunchy, spicy coleslaw and the crisp waffle fry. I promise your mouth will be bursting with flavor! These sliders are the perfect opening bite to start your summer BBQ festivities with a bang. You get a little bit of everything you could ever want in each loaded bite!

Open-Faced Pulled Pork Sliders (Revisited) | Sauce + Style

Any excuse to get extra saucy at a BBQ, am I right? Happy BBQing, piggy fans!

Open Faced Pulled Pork Sliders from Pig of the Month BBQ.

Open-Faced Pulled Pork Sliders (Revisited) | Sauce + Style

INSTRUCTIONS: Heat up a waffle iron and grease with cooking spray. Add the shredded hash browns in batches, creating the base for your sliders. Remove once golden brown and crispy. Cut the hash brown waffle into 4 pieces. Top each piece of hash brown waffle with one slice of sharp cheddar cheese. Broil until melted. Set aside. In a small bowl, combine coleslaw, mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Stir until coated evenly. Warm the pulled pork in the microwave and stir in more BBQ sauce as desired. Top the cheesy hash brown waffles with pork and top with coleslaw. Serve immediately. Shop This Recipe: Pig of the Month BBQ Pulled Pork Pig of the Month BBQ Sauces Recipe, photos & video by Meghan Bassett

Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings

Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings | Sauce + Style

Boring old fried onion rings are sooooooo yesterday. No one needs all that greasy breading. Instead, you need all that greasy, crispy BACON. These bacon-wrapped onion rings are the only way you should be eating your onion rings from now on. Everything is better with bacon, you all know that! These onion rings might look a little intimidating to make, but they are so much easier than dragging out the fryer and going through the batter process normal onion rings require. Instead just wrap these bad boys up and bake until they are crispy and delicious. No possible oil burns and no risk of a grease fire. Which for someone as clumsy as myself is a serious MUST.

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The hint of BBQ sauce and smoky flavor of the bacon give new life to onion rings that is downright addictive. Trust me when I say you won't regret diving into a bowl of these savory rings of bacon-wrapped onion rings (aka serious deliciousness) for a second; and if you do, hand them over, I'll finish off the rest for you.

Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings | Sauce + Style

Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings | Sauce + Style

INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line with foil and place rack on baking sheet.

Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings | Sauce + Style

Brush the onion rings with BBQ sauce, then carefully wrap in bacon. Start by wrapping one end of a bacon slice snuggly around the onion ring so it just slightly overlaps itself. You’ll use about 1 1/2 to 2 slices of bacon per onion ring.

Bacon-Wrapped Onion Rings | Sauce + Style

Place the wrapped onion rings bacon-end side down on the rack and bake for 20 minutes. Flip the onion rings and bake another 15 to 20 minutes. Finish the onion rings with a few minutes under the broil if you like crispier bacon. Remove from oven and rest at least 5 minutes. Serve with more BBQ sauce if desired.

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Shop This Post Pig of the Month BBQ Applewood Smoked Maple Bacon Recipe & photos by Meghan Bassett

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