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Unread 06-15-2011, 11:24 PM   #1
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I getting board with my current stable of BBQ sauces. Bone suckin', baby rays and rudy's currently sit in the fridge.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a "Homemade" mail order BBQ sauce to try. Currently on the list is Big Butz BBQ.

I prefer sweet with a bit of spicy.

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Unread 06-16-2011, 12:12 AM   #2
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If you don't mind sweet there's always Blues Hog. It is really sweet though. I usually use it with some habanero hot sauce (either Melinda's or one of many jamaican varieties) blended in for some additional heat.
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If you don't mind sweet there's always Blues Hog. It is really sweet though. I usually use it with some habanero hot sauce (either Melinda's or one of many jamaican varieties) blended in for some additional heat.
I was gonna say the same thing but I like to mix it with their Tennessee Red. I think that will make the taste your looking for.
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I haven't tried their Tennessee Red yet, but it sounds like good stuff by most accounts!
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+1 for both BH Original and Tenn Red

Mind you, your other sauces above have smoke flavorings in them. These do not.
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Hoboken Eddie's sauces are really good. You can get them here https://theezsite.com/users/hobokeneddies/page.asp?ID=4.
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Thanks for the responses. To the list BH, BH Red and Hoboken.
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Although BH original + red is probably my absolute favorite for most things, Cowtown's Night of the Living BBQ is a great all-purpose sauce and it fits your description. It's available from www.originaljuan.com.
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Ever try to make your own ? It's not that hard and you can adjust it to how you want it. Ive been using/makeing my passed down rub and sauce. Nothing on the shelf comes close.
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Im a big fan of Head Country.
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check out the the Kansas City bbq storewww.thekansascitybbqstore.com, they have hundreds of sauces
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Why not take what you have, mix together add some chipotle in adobo(blended) maybe some honey or vinegar depending on the taste you are seeking.
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If you like straight up KC style with the smoke flavoring in the sauce, this is a +1 also for Head Country and Head Country Hot. They're both good, and I use them both in my brunswick stew and on hamburgers.
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There are many options, I like Simply Marvelous, Pork Barrel, Burnt Offerings and of course, Big Butz. Pretty much I have all of those around the house. I did try a new local sauce called 1849 Brand, which was quite good.
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I stumbled upon some KC Masterpiece private stock and it was what regular KC masterpiece is suposed to be. real sugar, the seasonings are right up front. very good. I use KC as a base to modify off of
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