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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Paul in Colorado, May 10, 2019.
Maull's, Rufus Teague, Stubb's, KC Masterpiece, all really good store bought, but 3 for $5, end of story. " The Sauce is the Boss."
Sweet Vadalia Onion tops the list
I tried a bottle of this Open Pit Sweet Spiced Rum, luved it, be darned if i could find more for almost a year, but when i did, got 6 bottles lol
Also tried this online Spiced rum recipe, change it up a bit to make it your own, turned out very good, https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/86149/absolutely-awesome-bbq-sauce/
Scott's BBQ sauce if you like the classic down-east NC hot pepper vinegar.
A sauce that is sweet will burn if it is over the fire too long. You are looking for trouble after 15 minutes +/-.
Gates is my preference however you can’t get that where I currently live. I like King’s Taste but unless you live in Fl that isn’t an option. Sweet Baby Ray’s makes a raspberry chipotle that reminded me of Flower of the Flame. I do like their recipe for buff a cue sauce as well (half their wing sauce, half bbq sauce).
Scott's is great! Carolina Gold also makes a great straight-up vinegar sauce: - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YNMGLT0/?tag=tdpri-20
Carolina Gold is more known for their mustard based sauces. I'm not much for it on BBQ, but I always keep a bottle because I like it on fried fish. Go figger
I really like a heavy dose of vinegar. Most grocery store brands are sweet sweet sauces. I don't mind a little bit of sweet, but I've gotta have that vinegar bite against it. And I like it on the hot side...
I keep the FD Devils Spit and Hot and Sassy on hand. The ulcer makes the call as to which gets used that night...
Not too picky. This or Cattleman’s, but hard to find.
For those looking for spicy, vinegar flavor it's hard to beat Stubbs marinades. I use them as a finish that won't burn and when the liquid is gone, you're left with all the spicy peppers and chili seeds that you can add a little tomato paste and refill with vinegar to create a delicious, none sweet sauce!
Kinders. No corn syrup.
Wow- I was just about to warn the OP not to use this stuff. I usually refer to it as "Open Sewer"
No offence intended! To each his own
Wow, a lot of SBR fans here.
If anyone wants a free, almost full bottle just send $12.99 (S&H) + name and address to...
P.O. Box 0077
Muddville, MN. 55099
Nobody makes and markets sauce like our local. The closest I've seen, is Scott's. I did recently see a white sauce like our local, bought it, and saw it was produced locally. BBQ is a local thing. I keep it that way. Although, when I travel, I enjoy other regions' BBQ too. Its different enough I view it as a different thing.
I went to a birthday party/picnic last summer, they had a big jar of the FD's Devil's spit, and a big jar of the Hot N' spicy pickles. I like the Hot N' Spicy, milder ones. Same with the BBQ sauce, I like to taste the meat a little, not light my tastebuds on fire.
No sauce, please.
Just raw meat
I've become obsessed with avoiding soy oil and high f**ktose corn syrup. I've heard they are bad for you, but are dirt cheap, so they are now the main ingreedients in everything made by factories. Read any label, there they are. Yuck.
I make my own sauces. It's really not difficult and always tastes better than soy-fructose.
We used to get Tony Roma's sauce, but can't find it anymore in our area. Now we get it from our local brewpub on an as-needed basis. They make it from scratch & I do not have access to the recipe. They only have one flavor, but it's really good.
I don't really use "B.B.Q. sauce." More like a marinade and dry spices. I like more plain, woody tasting grilled meats.