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Unread 06-16-2011, 01:19 PM   #16
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Unread 06-16-2011, 01:21 PM   #17
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Try Drapers - excellent!

http://www.drapersbbq.com/
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Unread 06-16-2011, 01:32 PM   #18
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I recommend making your own sauce. Do some searches, experiment by adding recipes together, adding things you wouldn't think would be in a sauce. Not only is it fun, you might come up with something uniquely awesome.

Or you end up with a fridge full of sauce, like this lol

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Unread 06-16-2011, 02:19 PM   #19
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Lately my favorite commercial sauce has been the Budweiser sauce... Dont like their beer but the sauce is pretty good
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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.

I 2nd the Cowtown Night of the Living BBQ from Original Juan (OJ) or their Original Cowtown is really good too.
OJ has a new line of sauces called American Stockyard and their Southern Blues and Memphis Red ( i wonder who this is compared to?) are good, I mix the 2 together to cut the sweetness of the Southern Blues. Their Smoky Sweet is really good and if you like Mustard, I've been told (by my wife) that their Smoky Mustard is awesome. Plus, all their sauces are 30% off on-line this month. www.originaljuan.com
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I recommend Big Ron's BBQ Sauce, will be ready for sale next week
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I 2nd the Cowtown Night of the Living BBQ from Original Juan (OJ) or their Original Cowtown is really good too.
OJ has a new line of sauces called American Stockyard and their Southern Blues and Memphis Red ( i wonder who this is compared to?) are good, I mix the 2 together to cut the sweetness of the Southern Blues. Their Smoky Sweet is really good and if you like Mustard, I've been told (by my wife) that their Smoky Mustard is awesome. Plus, all their sauces are 30% off on-line this month. www.originaljuan.com
Just took a look at this line-up on the OJ website, and wow...they're not even being bashful about being a BH copycat are they? I just might have to give them a try for curiosity's sake if nothing else. Besides...running up to the store is a great excuse to have lunch at Rosedale BBQ. Thanks!
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Just took a look at this line-up on the OJ website, and wow...they're not even being bashful about being a BH copycat are they? I just might have to give them a try for curiosity's sake if nothing else. Besides...running up to the store is a great excuse to have lunch at Rosedale BBQ. Thanks!
You ain't kidding about the names! They're actually all really good sauces IMO.
The products in their gift shop are cheaper than on-line if you decide to pick some up to try (even at the 30% off). If they have any left on their discount shelves, they have a proto American Stockyard Rib glaze. I picked one up for $1.25 but haven't tried it out yet.
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Wades Favorite BBQ Sauce
Apple Chipotle or
Orange and Spice
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I usually make my own, but when I make pork steaks I like to grill them and then let them simmer in Maull's original. It's good stuff but I have a feeling it isn't that common if you aren't in the STL area.
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Spicewine Blue Collar and Sweet Heat, try it.
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jestridge,
where do i get that sauce?
i am in louisville,
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I was in the reserves with the guy that made it years ago I have seen it a Krogers stores , it made in Danville/Perryville I use to buy it my boys love it.
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Here you go
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