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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by JellyBelly, Nov 23, 2006.
The perfect "dippin'" sauce! It even goes good with fish sticks!
I really love Cattleman's.
I have heard it is tasty.
I usually make my own using ketchup for a base and adding brown sugar, Jack Daniels, Texas Pete (nobody here likes hot other than me), garlic, and whatever else hits me.
I use Jack Daniels in a lot of things from BBQ sauce to the liquid added in for sugar cookies. I cannot stand the stuff to drink it but I love the flavor in cooking.
Good to know--- I always like recommendations...
I'll grab some as soon as I need BBQ sauce...
Yep. It's good stuff. I use it after smoking whatever meat I can get ahold of. Fish, chicken, venison, pork, quail...it never lets me down.
I would have to agree best "out of the box/bottle" Sweet Baby Ray's "Original" BBQ sauce ROCKS!
Try putting all beef "Smokies" in a crock pot with it... Serve warm with toothpicks as a party snack.
my favorite BBQ sauce comes from Famous Dave's--- Devil's Spit!
I would agree on the BB sauce. But if you are willing to try a little something for fun, and you happen to have it in your galley, try these two things out. On your plate put a tablespoon of Heinze 57, then put just a little less of Wosteshire sauce, blend the two and taste. it's great on fry's. But if you prefer ketchup, try this.
Table spoon of Ketchup and several drops of green hotsauce, blend the two and try it with fry's. it's addictive.
This is a mustard based sauce and is great, especially on pork and chicken. Until a few years ago you could find it at most major food store chains in the S.E.
Then Maurice put a tiny Confederate flag on the label, and PC hit him. His sauces were removed from all stores immediately. I buy a case or two in Lexington, S.C. on my way back from Charleston.
I've tried a lot of bbq sauces, including the ones above (Hawg's Breath, Sweet Baby Ray's, Maurice's, etc.) and the one I keep coming back to is Blues Hog TN Red or their original sauce. Good stuff and #1 rated over at www.virtualweberbullet.com
Blues Hog BBQ Sauce
Sweet Baby Ray's is what I have been using for some time now. Fantastic stuff.
out there to choose from.
best i have had for pork ribs & chops is montgomery inn. they have a resturant in cin. oh. and commercially bottle their sauce. bob hope advertised this stuff for a while and it is very good.
sweet baby rays is also decent but a little high on sugar content if my memory serves me. i always bought k. c. masterpiece, when i did not make my own.
my own version is simple consisting tomato sauce base, w/ brown sugar, molasses, either louisiana hot sauce or tabasco ( i prefer the lou) some fresh onion and fresh garlic, in small amounts. if wanted, fresh ground black pepper can be included.
the beauty of making your own is that you can very the amount of heat and other ingredients to suit your taste.
also using fresh stuff makes it just a little bit better than most bottled stuff.
if anyone wants specific amounts and how to's, i will put them out for copy.
i am not a top notch cook, but you can make some really good sauce without much trouble.
The best sauce I've had is Head Country. Whenever my parents drive out to OK to visit my mom's family I always have them bring me some. You can order it online but shipping is a bit expensive.
Yeah, I like it too. Tasty
I'm not a big fan of the "sweet" type BBQ sauces. However of that type my favorite is "Stubbs" out of Austin, TX.
Mark me as another fan of Stubb's.
Not sweet, more tangy.