What's Your Go To BBQ Sauce?

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  1. DFB1

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    I use Devil's Spit a lot.
    For sweeter it's usually Bullseye.
     
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    This works well for me.
     
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    I make my own with mostly: apple cider vinegar; ketchup; tabasco; liquid smoke; brown sugar; dash of cinnamon; dash of curry.
     
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    yeah, there's a good part of Central Texas where sauce is considered to be an insult. Just. don't. ask.

    I like some sauces. Even though I have in-laws back in the vinegar and mustard based sauce world, I haven't cottoned to that approach just yet. Maybe when I grow up. I have made my own and it's different every time.

    Other than my two children, the one other positive about my ex (now that I think about it) was the homemade BBQ sauce her father made. He was from Jennings, LA. Made a sauce that used green bell pepper, onions, ketchup, mustard, some garlic and other seasoning, I suppose and a large quantity of vegetable oil. Weird, but it tasted great! He'd make up a batch and store it in mason jars and the oil would form about a half inch layer at the top of the jar. You had to stir it up a lot just to use it. Good for cooking up a yard bird and even better on garlic bread.
     
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    You made that up, didn't you? I Googled it and got this:

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    I make my own that's a combo of smokey & a little sweet mustard with a little heat. I make about 2 gallons at a time since all my family loves it so I keep them in stock. I also love a vinegar based from Paducah KY called Starnes.
     
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    Do you put the sauce before cooking the meat ? I dont tthink i ve ever done that. Except for mustard on pork chops.
     
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    There are many styles of BBQ in the US, and some of them cook the meat with liquid sauce on. Some baste with a sauce. Most styles cook the meat with a dry rub, though - sauce is mixed in after cooking and pulling, and/or used at the table.
     
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    Did you Google it at work?:eek::lol:
     
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    I use Kraft Honey BBQ sauce.
    Sometimes I like to add some Pineapple Juice and Pineapple chunks when BBQ'ing Pork, Chicken or Turkey Legs.
     
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    My mom used to make her own that was ketchup, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce and a little brown sugar. I loved it and wish she was here to make some.

    I'm not a sauce snob, I just prefer to taste what it is going on. I can't stand places that mix pulled pork with gallons of sauce. Feel like I'm eating candy
     
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    If I use a store bought sauce I usually go with Kraft Hickory Smoke BBQ Sauce, as it's what I grew up on and it's cheap.

    Normally, I make my own sauce...

    What's in it? Well, if I told ya I'd have to kill ya...:cool::cool:
     
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    I love this stuff. Some times I'll add a couple of drops of Carolina Reaper sauce to it for an extra special kick between the eyes. I also really like the Devils Spit pickles.
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    Yep those pickles are awesome!
     
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    I'm another vote for Sweet Baby Ray's Sweet n Spicy. It's not high-end sauce, but it does what I want when I want it. Kind of like MIM vs. MIA Telecasters.
     
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