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Thread Starter 
My cousin was telling me to buy some Corky's (Of Memphis) BBQ sauce because it is so good.

Does anyone have a recipe that is close to that which I can make from scratch?
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post #3 of 10
yo cheech dude,
you might also want to get
GOODEs sauce recipe also.
they are in houston.

i have ate at both places--many times

this one goes really good with beef.

corkys goes with pork.

they are both very tasty
post #4 of 10
Chi Bill,
Good link. I stored it in my list of favorites.
post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 
Folks I made the Corky's sauce this weekend and the only thing that I changed was to put it in a blender to make all the same consistency.

Next time I will smoke the peppers first but other than that it is the best BBQ that I have ever made (it is also the first batch of BBQ sauce that I have made.)

It is really good.
post #6 of 10
Thread Starter 
Larry do you have a recipe of Goodes? I checked the site suggested by Willcat but it did not have their sauce listed.
post #7 of 10

Re: Corky's

Cheech, Here is a link to Texas Monthly Magazine that featured Jim Goode's BBQ Mop and his BBQ Beef rub. Hope this is what you're looking for~

Jim Goode's BBQ Mop & Beef Rub Recipes

I also posted this link on the "Free Recipe" thread.
post #8 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks Dutch,

I am really not sure what I am looking for just following the post.

I will give this a try, it does look like a pretty good recipe.

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Re: Corky's

What I like about the Rub recipe is the fact that you control the amount of salt that you want in it and the Mop recipe only calls for 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Great for those of us that have to keep an eye on the ol' sodium intake!
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Curious to see if others have tried these recipes and what their thoughts are
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