I dined at Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen recently in Cary. And I noticed that chef Jay Pierce has started bottling his popular Voodoo Sauce, which is on their Voodoo pig bread, fried green tomatoes, etc. Manager Shane Garrity handed me a jar and since it would be unethical for me to take it for my own use, you -- my dear readers -- get to benefit. And so, you can enter to win this very bottle.
But before we get to that, here's what Pierce has to say about the sauce: "We've altered it a bit to make it taste like Lexington-style sauce was reincarnated in Louisiana. It starts with Texas Pete Hot Sauce, has its share of sugar and tomato paste and includes enough spices to pair well with just about anything. We didn't really know how to categorize it, (because "barbecue sauce" just doesn't do it justice) so we listed all of the wonderful things you can do with it all over the label."
A 16-ounce jar is available for $5.99 at Fresh Market stores and the restaurant's Cary and Greensboro locations. They hope to be Harris Teeter and Whole Foods stores soon.
And so, leave a comment below this post before noon Friday, June 22nd. I'll pick a winner at random. Good luck.