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post #81 of 88

My wife and daughter like Sweet Baby Ray's Original a lot.  It is good but a bit thick and sweet for me.  I like thinning it with some vinegar and my favorite vinegar is that from a bottle of pickled jalapenos.  It adds a lot of flavor and some, not too much, heat.  I sometimes buy the peppers for the vinegar if I run low on it,  Great stuff to use in dressings too. 

post #82 of 88
I like Jeff's also and Sweet Baby Rays and Curley's. I believe Curley started making his sauce in the 50's in Winfield, KS. He has long since passed on and it is corporate made now. I have never tried anything but the original and I really like it.
Here is a site for it https://www.curleysbbq.com
post #83 of 88
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Originally Posted by POHNY View Post
 

My wife and daughter like Sweet Baby Ray's Original a lot.  It is good but a bit thick and sweet for me.  I like thinning it with some vinegar and my favorite vinegar is that from a bottle of pickled jalapenos.  It adds a lot of flavor and some, not too much, heat.  I sometimes buy the peppers for the vinegar if I run low on it,  Great stuff to use in dressings too. 

that is very interesting

post #84 of 88

what do you think about this list?

 

http://www.statista.com/statistics/304889/most-popular-cooking-saucest-brands-united-kingdom-uk/

 

Blue Dragon chinese cooking sauce sounds damns awesome^^

post #85 of 88
I like to make my own but for my money the Shed southern sweet or Shed sweet and spicy are outstanding and ranked high in most publications. Very unique, beautiful color, delicious.
post #86 of 88
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Originally Posted by jeoberg View Post

My mom made a BBQ sauce that I loved. She's gone now, but I will make the same sauce with her recipe. Here it is, but you'll never get the taste unless you've had it.

Tomato base - could be canned soup or tomato sauce or tomato paste or even ketchup
Honey or molasses or brown sugar - whatever you have
Apple cider vinegar or red wine vinegar
Salt
Pepper
Red pepper flakes
Chili seasoning
Onion powder or diced onions.
Other ingredients to make it taste 'right'

Notice there are no measurements. Mom made the sauce by taste, aroma, consistency, and color. I do it the same way.
post #87 of 88
This is a KC based recipe. Red wine vinegar gives it a little tang.
post #88 of 88
Whatever sauce you chose I believe the combo of a hot rub with sweet sauce is killer on ribs.
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