BBQ sauce....

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  1. jkmk1725

    jkmk1725 New Member

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    What is your favorite BBQ sauce?

    Recipe......detailed instructions on making it are appreciated
    or
    Brand....and don't forget to tell me where to buy it!

    :) Melissa

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  2. nib114

    nib114 New Member

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    store bought, sweet baby ray`s..............

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  3. thecakerator

    thecakerator New Member

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    yup sweet baby ray's...

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  4. achurch2k

    achurch2k New Member

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    I like Bill Johnson's out of Phoenix, AZ, most any flavor.

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  5. Yooperwannabe

    Yooperwannabe Active Member

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    I gotta have my Sweet Baby Rays. Ain't nothing like it.

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  6. Twisty

    Twisty New Member

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    Mom's BBQ Sauce from the Old Oregon Smokehouse in Scappoose, Oregon. Each batch is made by hand by Mom.
    http://www.ikarma.com/biz/map?div=Oregon&city=Scappoose&bid=6474257

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  7. racing_cbr

    racing_cbr New Member

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    sweet baby rays

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  8. binky

    binky New Member

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    I too like Sweet Baby Rays vidalia onoion sauce....sometimes I might add a little extra onion, garlic and/or beer to it.

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  9. jwolfe01

    jwolfe01 Honeoye, NY

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    Sweet Baby Rays here too!

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  10. Matt O

    Matt O Strangers are friends who have not yet met

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    I have had Sweet Baby Rays before (BJ's carries it) and it was good. I remember commenting to DW that the label says award winning recipe......they won it in the 80's. What have they been doing for the past 20 years :) ?

    My bro loves some BBQ sauce he picks up at a flea market that the guy himself sells it at. I forge the name but I had some of it this past weekend. MmmmMMMmmMMm

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  11. mgwerks

    mgwerks New Member

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    None.

    I like the taste of meat.

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  12. opnorty

    opnorty New Member

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    Depending on what you are putting the sauce on, KC Masterpiece (from about anywhere, inlcuding Sam's Club) is the best on pork and beef. You can't have BBQ chicken and use anything but Open Pit. That is what my grandmother used, so that is what my dad used, etc. Just no other way around that one.

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  13. JamesRL

    JamesRL New Member

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    A while back a friend of mine whose parents were from India offered to come over and cook an Indian meal for my wife and I. Now I've had lots of Indian restaurant meals, and my father in law was in the British army long ago enough to learn how to cook curry from officers that had served in India (pre 1949).

    So I was looking forward to some "home cooked" Indian.

    Imagine my surprise when she listed out an ingredient she wanted me to pick up:
    "Kraft's regular BBQ sauce".

    Personally, I use stuff only available at one chain in Canada. Loblaw's President's choice Stampede Beer and Chipotle BBQ sauce. Amazing stuff. Balanced, not too hot, not too sweet, subtle.

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  14. armyguy

    armyguy US [USA]

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    Sweet Baby Rays "Cause the Sauce is the Boss!" unless my DW is around.

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  15. achurch2k

    achurch2k New Member

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    mgwerks,

    Overall I agree with you. If the meat is seasoned and cooked well, it needs nothing.

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  16. jkmk1725

    jkmk1725 New Member

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    OH I agree but sometimes, depending on who is cooking/grilling it needs a little something and BBQ sauce is my favorite dipping stuff. :) I also love Ranch dressing on certain things. I NEVER use anything to cover up a good steak. That would just be wrong!! I was reading the other thread about hotdogs and love BBQ sauce on mine. So I had to see if there was something I was missing. :D

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  17. chkster

    chkster New Member

    Bull'sEye for steak ( I usually season steak with masterpiece steak seasoning and a little worstershire and no BBQ sauce) and baby rays for anything else.

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  18. Big_kid

    Big_kid Virginia Beach, VA

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    Nothing on steaks, Bullseye usually on the burgers. If the mood strikes, I really like Franks Red Hot. Just enough heat to add some flavor without needless burn.
    (It REALLY tastes good on a Hardees/Carls JR Thickburger!)

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  19. Budding

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    Maull's BBQ sauce - but I think you can only get that in St. Louis.

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  20. lodost45

    lodost45 New Member

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    My wife makes a BBQ sauce out of this world.

    If not available, COOKIES BBQ sauce made in
    Wall Lake, Ia is my next best.

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