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Too Much Sawce Catering

Popup Catering, Full Service Catering
Indianapolis, IN
5 Months on Roaming Hunger

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SAWCE with a "W"

Joseph J. Graham and Garrett Simpson of Too Much Sawce Catering
Meet Joseph J. Graham and Garrett Simpson
Where did you learn to cook?

When I was younger, I used to tell people eating was a hobby for me. lol I ALWAYS wanted seconds. Luckily for me, my parents and a lot of my family, are extremely good at cooking. My dad and uncle bbqed and fried fish almost weekly. My mom and her siblings grew up eating home cooked meals more than going out to eat, so she naturally cooked a lot for my brother and me too. I'm very observant with almost everything, so I'd always watch how food was prepared whenever somebody was preparing it. If my dad, uncles, and their buddies were having beers while grilling, they'd tell me to watch the grill and make sure nothing burned while they were enjoying fellowshipping with each other. Clearly I had no clue what I was doing as an adolescent, but I knew what burnt food looked like. I also knew I did not want to let them down, so I did my best to make sure I could find the happy medium between uncooked and burnt. Over the years, I perfected my craft. I was the person who grilled the hot dogs and burgers for my buddies in high school. The same followed suit in undergrad. While in college, my fraternity (Omega Psi Phi Incorporated) was (and still is) internationally known for throwing some of the best tailgates/parties and grilling the best chicken. My brother, best friend, and I also lived together my senior year in college, and we threw house parties frequently. If people went out to the bars/clubs, they knew they could always come to our spot for after late-night/after-party libations and good eats. When I moved to Denver/Boulder, I continued cooking, and I started venturing out from just BBQ. 17 years later, here I am doing it full time and loving every bit of it!

About Too Much Sawce Catering

When it comes to Alabama-style BBQ and Southern soul food, the sawce is boss. At Too Much Sawce Catering in Indianapolis, you'll get all those saucy flavors you're craving from seafood gumbo to jerk chicken to red beans 'n' rice with smoked turkey & andouille sausage. Have them over for a traditional, buffet style catering, or they'll readily pop up in any backyard or corporate venue you can imagine. Treat yourself to a personal chef's touch, and book Too Much Sawce Catering today!

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