Two Fat Cousins BBQ Sauce
Two Fat Cousins became a brand in 2005 when cousins Rob and Matt Wolfe entered their first International Chili Society Chili Cook-off. They were very successful in the cook-offs, even getting to compete in the world championships in 2006. The idea of bottling their own sauces was always a dream of theirs two of them, but they never took the leap to get it done. Then in 2012 Matt passed away unexpectedly. With his passing, the Matthew Wolfe Scholarship Fund was developed to help a student in Monongalia County, West Virginia to further their education. Now in 2015 Rob decided it was time to do what Matt and he always dreamed of doing. With this venture, a portion of all sales will be donated to the scholarship fund and with the hope that the Two Fat Cousins brand will continue on for years to come. We hope you enjoy our products and they become a staple in your home or business!
Carolina vinegar is our play on the eastern Carolina vinegar style sauces. Ours still contains some tomato base but with a large amount of vinegar added in. With a little bit of sweetness and some crushed red pepper this sauce is spectacular on pulled pork.
Peach Habanero is our play on a traditional tomato based sauce is our newest recipe. Blended with fresh peaches and habaneros you get a nice sweet flavor in the beginning and a nice heat on the finish. Your ribs will never be the same with this sauce.
Our sweet spiced rum is our version of the traditional BBQ sauces. It is a heavy tomato based sweet sauce with the twist of spiced rum. Spices in the rum add a different spin on traditional sweet sauces. Perfect for all your normal uses of BBQ sauce.
Kickin’ Mustard delivers a heavy mustard flavor with some sweetness and a bit of spice. Our mustard sauce is tomato free for those who want an alternative to most BBQ sauces. Excellent on grilled chicken and as a glaze for a ham..
We have worked for a very long time trying to perfect our butt rub. While this is best on your pork butts or pork ribs, you definitely can’t go wrong putting it on chicken, fish, or potatoes.