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Old 06-09-2018, 03:28 PM   #1
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BBQ Sauce

Since this forum covers more than a continent of FRF members and different regions have different tastes, Where are you from and what "store bought" BBQ sauce do you like?
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Old 06-09-2018, 03:46 PM   #2
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Store bought? Really? Here in the south we make our own.
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We will have a jug with us so you can sample in Whittington.
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Old 06-09-2018, 04:22 PM   #4
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I normally buy Dinosaur BBQ sauce (original restaurant here in Syracuse, now have about 7 locations in the NE, sauces sold at all the local supermarkets). DW was once diagnosed with destroyed kidneys and started dialysis, but they came back. Dinosaur ingredients are more kidney friendly than many others (lower sodium/potassium) and its delicious. Vinegar is the 2nd ingredient so I think you'd call it a Carolina style. Definitely not a KC style. Only 28 calories for 2 TBSP.
When we're feeling indulgent, we'll purchase Brooks sauce (restaurant is in Oneonta, NY). One of the top ingredients is butter, so you know its going to be good!
When it comes to rubs, I make my own.
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IF itís store bought...
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I see I can get the Dinosaur BBQ sauce at Wally World and I have seen the Stubbs in my local store. I was led to think that the southern east coast leaned towards a vinegar type sauce vs sweet. I know there has to be more styles than what I have seen in my area. I just do not know and that is why I am asking.
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A buddy of mine with roots in South Carolina turned me on to this. Itís mustard based. Itís pretty darned good.
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Old 06-10-2018, 04:13 AM   #8
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Jimmy Jís Razorback sauces from Wisconsin are my choice at the campsite. https://www.jimmyjsauces.com/product...-oz-mild-sauce
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Mixen's is always good, I like Causey's, Joe Kem's or 1929's sauce for pulled bbq. I like Temtations and Sassy Q sauce for ribs
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As far as a good brand (if I had to stick to one brand) available to everybody that covers many different purposes and tastes, I like Lillie’s Q sauces. https://shop.lilliesq.com/collections/sauces. However, I keep many more on hand in my camper. My favorite and most versatile sauce is made by a local BBQ team and sold in only one store that I know of. I buy it by the gallon.

There are so many sauces out there and I like almost all of them. I always love trying somebody else’s favorite and I will always taste any homemade sauce...if I am allowed. I really need a second refrigerator in my camper, just for BBQ sauces.

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