(subtitle: Why I Usually Make My Own) Smoked 2 racks this past weekend on the Weber. Didn't feel like making a sauce, so I went and bought one. Can't remember the name, but it has a story saying how these guys had entered a competition and came up with the sauce that won. It's not bad! It really is a pretty good BBQ sauce. But it's NOT at all stellar. Every homemade sauce I've had over the past few years, be it mine or my brother's or cousin Howie's or those made by various friends, is better. Not by a slim margin, but substantially. So I looked at the ingredient list. First ingredient: High Fructose Corn Syrup. Question: Has ANYONE here ever based their homemade BBQ sauce on high fructose corn syrup?? Seems the process of mass-production inevitably kills what was once unique and delicious - and replaces it with something else. Next time I won't be lazy, instead I'll do what I shoulda done last time and make my own sauce.