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Discussion in 'I Smell Something Cooking!' started by jkmk1725, Apr 21, 2009.
KC Masterpiece or Kraft's are our favorites
If you like the sauce, try the Devil's Spit pickles. They're bread & butter pickles with a kick.
ketchup, mustard, brown sugar, W-sauce, onion powder (or fresh chopped onion) (salt & pepper to taste), cayenne powder or hot sauce to taste. Can simmer on stove briefly and stores well. Just remember to set aside what you need for raw meat if using before meat is done- so no raw meat contamination Been making this for over 40 years.
Original Open Pit and Traeger Apricot BBQ are my 2 favorite...
We have two favorites/KC Masterpiece the original and Kraft original. I guess we are just an original type of campers
Love the Jack Daniels BBQ sauce,but can’t always find it. Getting hungry thinking bout BBQ sauces!
Baby Ray's is the est we have found, lots of stores in this area carries it.
I'm with @nineoaks2004 on the Sweet Baby Ray's #2hot4DW but I do use KC Masterpiece as well.
Dreamland BBQ, Big Daddy said, "ain't nothing like em nowhere"
I have had Sweet Ray BBQ, its not bad. Not the best. I have cooked two kinds of BBQ from scratch: vinegar based and tomato based.
#1 The sauce from Coopers Pit BBQ in Llano, TX
#2 My own sauce using this recipe as a starting point
Leave out the brown sugar, add seasonings as desired, chili powder, onion powder, garlic powder, 1/4 cup strong black coffee
#3 Quick fix, one bottle Kraft's Original, + 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar, + 1 tbs chili powder.
I saw a bottle of Sweet Baby Rays at the store today and looked at the label. Made in Chicago since 1985.
First thing came to mind was a commercial a while back about salsa or something with a bunch of cowboys lamenting the fact the stuff was made in NEW YORK CITY!
When you live in the BBQ Capital of the World, you dont eat BBQ sauce from Chicago.
Pick up the Pace! There is No Good BBQ in New England unless you make your own. We dont have time for that so Ray's & or KC Masterpiece are the building blocks for all my BBQ.
For ribs my favorite is a 50/50 mix of Blues Hog (https://www.blueshog.com/) and Holy Smoke (http://www.holysmokellc.com/products/), with a little something added for heat.
That commercial was for Pace picante sauce. It had been made in San Antonio, TX up until the Campbell's Soup Co purchased the brand. They stopped the commercials (being based up North somewhere) and moved the manufacturing to their plant in Paris, TX. Still made there today, so still made in Texas, but no longer in San Antonio. Worked at the plant for a few months in high school and was told the story.
Yea thats what I think, also... I am from the SOUTH and know what real BBQ is like without high fructose sugar in em.