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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Detectorist, Dec 2, 2012.
Going to do one this week....
Sweet Baby Ray's is my favorite big brand.
This on BBQ/Smoked chicken and pork. Just had some tonight on Pork Ribs. Brushed on 15-20 minutes before taking off. Let sit for 20 minutes then dig in.
They have a few flavors, I like the Honey BBQ.
I love mustard base sauces and frequently make my own.
If you make one, try adding some sweet relish for a difference. Did this the last two times, second time correct amount, and really liked the "new" taste of my sauce.
I rarely, if ever, use store bought sauces. I will occasionally use a local BBQ joint's traditional sauce. (For those in/near N'east Fla, The Pig's mustard based table sauce is Da Bombdiggity!)
If you ever get down this way people swear by this place. I am not a mustard sauce fan so I can't comment but I have friends that will drive an hour for this stuff!
+1....Just had some last night on my BBQ chicken dinner.
This on any bar_b,_que i love me some sweet baby rays.
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I love to smoke meats and BBQ, but if I am using any store bought sauce, its Sweet Baby Rays. They are just good, plain and simple. The price is right too. They actually arent a bad sauce to use as a base.
I like to water it down with vinegar and add some other spices to it to make a thinner sauce for my pulled pork too.
Of all the Sweet Baby Ray's lovers I know, they instantly converted to Bone Suckin' Sauce once I turned them on to it. I like the "hot" version.
For my chicken, it is Carolina Treet! I cook on the grill and the wife in the oven, either way it is a distinct and delicious way to do chicken. It is made in Wilmington, NC and can be found at grocery stores in Carolinas or ordered online. Here is link to website........http://www.carolinatreet.com/
Make a change, get something different. Either make your own, it's pretty darned simple, or try out some of the other stuff like a locally made sauce on your supermarket shelves. If you like the online shopping stuff, the Blues Hog is fantastic sauce, I prefer their Tennessee Red Sauce on just about EVERYTHING.
You cook your wife in the oven? maybe we should call the popo. LOL
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The pigs BBQ sauce is awesome.
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Az's #1 selling sauce!
When I don't feel like making my own.......
A Carolina classic......