Try our two new BBQ sauces and our new SALSA along with a jar of our HOUSE PICKLES shipped to you for a total of $40 + tax!
Shindig Sauce is our version of White Alabama Style BBQ sauce that is delicious as a dip for chicken, pork, ribs, French fries, fried shrimp….pretty much everything!
Moppin' Sauce is our Vinegar based BBQ marinade. Marinate meats before cooking, use it as a baste while grilling…and it's delicious as a dip with Cuban Sandwiches and drizzled in salads and over Nachos!
House Pickles are the best Dill Pickles you'll ever taste! Crisp cucumbers…pickled with fresh dill, whole garlic and jalapeño for spice.
Ripe Tomato and Black Bean Salsa -No added sugar is in our delicious salsa. We sweeten it with red wine vinegar and it gets it zing from key lime juice!
All our products are GLUTEN FREE!

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Mother Clucker Fried Chicken Festival – Atlanta 2017

Hey Atlanta Friends! We hope to see y’all at The Stave Room at American Spirit Works Sunday, April 30 from 2-5!

We’re bringing all our pickles to taste and purchase AND our new cheese spreads! If you haven’t had a chance to taste our Hot Mess cheese spread …made with aged white cheddar and our own pickled jalapeños… this is your chance!

And… we just got word we’ll be set up right next to our PHriend, Tiffany from Lazy Goat Produce! We love pairing her pepper jellies with our cheese spreads! 

Over 20 Atlanta area chefs will be frying Springer Mountain Farms Chicken in all kinds of yummy ways! We’re looking forward to tasting what D.B.A. Barbecue does with it. We hear they’re gonna smoke the chicken and then fry it…YUM! 

We got a little carried away while painting crates for our table display today and decided to paint one of our paper sacks!

We’re gonna use it at the festival to collect instagram names for a giveaway! So…be sure to stop by our tasting table & drop yours in the bag! 

Applause to Ron Eyester for bringing this tasty event back for the 3rd time! And if you think his name sounds familiar…you might remember his wit & talent from  Bravo channel’s Top Chef!

See y’all there! 


One Stop Shop For Tailgate Goodies In Athens, Georgia

Headed into Athens for game day?!  Well…in case y’all don’t know yet…we opened a store!  Phickles PHUN Foods is located at 720 Baxter Street and we have everything you need to make your tailgate the tastiest in the parking lot! Bloody Mary mix from chef, Linton Hopkins mixed half ‘n half with our pickle juice is our go-to for game day and we have all the fixings to garnish your cocktail:  pickled okra, celery, green tomatoes, carrots, jalapeños, beans and more!  Our new cheese spreads, HOT MESS & SOUTHERN CHARM pimento cheese are always in stock and pair perfectly with NUT-THINS gluten free crackers.  We also prepare in-house our signature Chicken Salad, Boiled Peanuts & fresh SALSA!  All are available by the pound to please a hungry crowd.  Wash it all down with HOOCH bubbly limeade mixer with your choice of vodka! 
11822354_10206556843177252_2530473242633013001_nSo…. let us help you enjoy game day stress free!  And to top it all off… there are spaces in our parking lot available to purchase for game day parking.  We provide a clean restroom and a TV in our store for the pregame show.  See y’all soon and GO DAWGS!!!  SIC ‘EM! 

To be sure we have enough chicken salad…. you can email us to order ahead.  Please email orders by Wednesday so we have time to get the chicken on the grill! Email orders to:

If it ain’t PHUN….don’t do it!

Pickled Pepper Pot Roast


It’s fun to just go with what you’ve got on hand and create something tasty. Here’s an easy pot roast recipe using our Hotties (pickled jalapenos) and our pickled sweet peppers. We don’t always have our sweet peppers on hand…but when we do, they are a fun addition to recipes.
Start by preheating your oven to 325 degrees. Then heat a dutch oven pot to medium high heat. Rub a chuck roast with olive oil and pepper and place in the heated pot. Use tongs to flip roast to sear all sides until golden brown.

Once the roast is brown on all sides, remove it from the pot and place on a platter. Pour 2 cups bourbon (I used Makers Mark) and 2 cups chicken stock into the pot, scraping the bottom of the pot to loosen browned bits of goodness.

Reduce the heat to low. Chop 1/2 cup Hotties (pickled jalapenos) and 1/2 cup pickled sweet peppers, 1 large scallion, 3 garlic cloves, 1 cup of button mushroom and add all vegetables except for mushrooms to the pot. Turn heat up to medium and bring liquid to a boil.

Turn off heat and add roast back to the pot. Top with the chopped mushrooms. Pour in a teacup (about a cup) of the brine from the Hotties. Cover the pot and place in the oven.

Bake for 2 hours. Transfer roast to a platter. Serve with a salad like our Wedge Salad garnished with Okies (pickled okra) and drizzled with a red wine vinegar and olive oil.

We made simple scalloped potatoes baked at 325 degrees for 45 minutes with pats of butter between each layer with a half cup of chicken broth and salt ‘n pepper to taste. You’ll need the potatoes to balance out the spice of the pot roast!

Don’t forget the potlikker from the pot to drizzle over the roast and potatoes on your plate…and any of your favorite condiments. I added a spoon of Savannah Bee Co. honey to my plate…which balanced out the heat of the Pickled Pepper Pot Roast perfectly! I’m no chef, PHriends… so just play with this. You really can’t go wrong!

Chicken Salad with Wedgies

The possibilities are endless with leftover rotisserie chicken. Here’s an easy recipe that can be made with any of our pickles. Today, we used our Wedgies!

Get rid of the bones of the chicken and use kitchen shears to cut chicken into bite sized chunks. We ended up with 2 cups of chopped chicken. Place chicken in a bowl. Add 1/2 cup of your favorite mayonnaise. We used Duke’s. To that, add 1 cup diced Wedgies (pickled green tomatoes,) 1/2 cup diced onion, the juice of 1/2 a lemon, and 15 twists of your fresh pepper grinder….and DIG IN TO THE PHUN!

Spotlight On A Phickley Spot – Savi Urban Market Atlanta & Brookhaven


Atlanta folks living in the historical Inman Park neighborhood and the Brookhaven area are fortunate to have this market serving as a larder for all things charcuterie, wine & beer, and an abundant specialty foods selection which includes Phickles Pickles! Savi Urban Market offers wine by the bottle and enomatic wine by the glass…which insures it’s FRESH! We love delivering to Savi with its old time feel of a local grocery store…where patrons nosh on house made meals from the deli and sweet treats from Savi’s in-house baker. The cheese case is stocked well with offerings from Georgia’s own Sweet Grass Dairy which pair quite well with our pickles! Chocolate fountains beckon to drizzle over fresh fruits, bacon, beef, and cheese…and if beer’s your thing…Savi has the best craft and artisan beers available to go in your growler. Cap it and take it home fresh from the tap! When Paul Nair opened this market in 2009, he picked the name ‘Savi’ because of its meaning: Health and Well Being. Gotta love that!

PHriends! Support this locally-owned Atlanta treasure of a market!
Two Locations: in Inman Park at 287 Elizabeth Street NE
and in Brookhaven at 1888 Dresden Drive

20130202-110049.jpgIf it ain’t fun, don’t do it! ~angie

Pha la la la laaaaaa

Hi phriends… Today was our last day shipping out orders to arrive in time for Christmas. If you’re in need of a phix, we hope you’ll check out the ‘retail locations’ tab at the top of our page and go visit a phickley spot near you. Thanks for making this holiday season so phun for us…and bizzy! We are opening our pickling facility all day next Tuesday…with a Cash ‘n Carry sale on everything we have left in stock! Come by anytime from 10am-2pm Tuesday, December 18th at 100 AthensTown Blvd Athens, GA 30606. Again…we will not be shipping out anymore orders until after the new year. If your order was confirmed by today, it will be shipped out by Monday, Dec. 17th. Thanks, phriends!

20121215-175240.jpgIn light of the tragedy that took place in Connecticut yesterday…we hope our phriends will join us in praying for the victims, their families, and their friends. We all could use a little Christmas. Thank you, ~angie