New BBQ sauce offerings (to me anyway).

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Chasdev

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Just found these at my local HEB in South Austin Tx.
I love the Havana "flavor" and while the other two are good, I'm not a fan of liquid smoke flavors and both have some.
Here's the ingredient listings, nothing too weird.
 

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Check out Cookie's Sauces. Has lot of different flavors but not sure how wide an area is covered. Mostly Hy Vee and Wal Mart stores in the MidWest carry them. Can order a box of several different flavors and they usually throw in 2 or 3 extra bottles to fill the box rather than having a bunch of filler packing around.
 
Just found these at my local HEB in South Austin Tx.
I love the Havana "flavor" and while the other two are good, I'm not a fan of liquid smoke flavors and both have some.
Here's the ingredient listings, nothing too weird.
Seems like most commercial sauces I've looked at contain liquid smoke and like you, I'm not a fan. This is why I usually make my own.
 
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After working so hard to put smoke on my food I want to taste my smoke, not the liquid smoke. I get why they do it, though. I don't completely hate liquid smoke it's just a preference. They make it for the masses that may not have a smoker. I like the Franklin sauce that I'm sure they have at HEB. It's a no frills sauce, though. I like a sauce that is more on the acidic side than sweet. If I have the time I make the No. 5 sauce that's posted on the Virtual Weber Bullet site. It's a ratio of brown sugar, vinegar, ketchup and Worcester sauce that's pretty easy to doctor or customize. The Franklin sauce is very similar to that.
 
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