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Unread 04-30-2013, 10:50 PM   #16
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Sweet baby rays sweet and spicy cut with apple cider vinegar and water. 4 parts sauce 2 parts water and 1 part acv. Just a light glaze for the ribs.
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Unread 05-01-2013, 06:29 AM   #17
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Luckily I havent had to cross this bridge in a long while. When I have I literally didnt eat it, but would hit the beans and/or tater salad instead. Probably has to do with I'm not much of a sauce guy at all, except on a sandwich, and then usually (not every time) fairly light.

However, in theory, if I HAD to choke something crappy down (last time it was this bad I just threw it away [and I'd paid for it]), I'd probably try to cover it in Blues Hog Tennessee Red.
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Sometimes I like plain old Open Pit.

People overlook that now with all the different sauces out there.

its an easy base to work with

another one is The Jug. It comes in a red plastic jug looking bottle.
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Unread 05-01-2013, 08:57 AM   #19
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Normally it's Lil Pig, today I tried this "Franks Hot BBQ sauce", if you aint tried it you need to!! I picked up a bottle yesterday on a whim as I almost never buy BBQ sauce. This stuff rocks. From the makers of Franks Hot Sauce.
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Unread 05-01-2013, 09:29 AM   #20
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Kraft Regular - when I started burning meat 30 years ago, this was my sauce of choice only after I doctored it up with some additional spices.

Stubbs Regular - easy to find around here, cheap and peppery.

SBR Regular - can be doctored to work with most anything.

All three, like Kingsford Blue are easy to find around here.
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Sticky Fingers- Memphis Original

I like SBR but sticky fingers is better IMO.
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My pantry and refrigerator are full of sauces... Literally. I'm going to need a small fridge in the garage to hold it all. But... when it comes down to sauce that I can use to salvage anything (including microwaved hot dogs), I reach for Oh Honey! Killer Bee. Fantastic sauce!
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Is this a trick question? If the meat's bad, don't eat it, give it to the dog. If the dog doesn't want it...well? If it needs sauce, he did something wrong! IMHO!
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Open pit guy here. I simply like the flavor, It's not overly sweet or hot and at least IMHO it don't cover the taste or chicken or pork but rather compliments the meat
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My store would be Meat Mitch WHOMP!

My local supermarket would be Sweet Baby Rays Original.
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if i use sauce (and that is a big if .i use sbr cut with beer . That was a while ago . Now a brother on this forum posted his recipe for sauce for pulled pork it is a vinegar recipe it starts out with 1 qt of vinigar. I looked for it again but didn't find it . Just wanted to thank him .
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Sweet Baby Ray's or Bone Suckin' Sauce..
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Sweet Baby Ray's Original is my go to store bought sauce.
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Unread 05-01-2013, 12:57 PM   #29
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Quote:
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My store would be Meat Mitch WHOMP!

My local supermarket would be Sweet Baby Rays Original.
I just tasted the WHOMP sauce this past weekend. Purty good stuff with a kick!
At first, when I heard Jimmy say it, I thought it was "WAMP" sauce!




Off the shelf for me, it's SBR or Famous Dave's. Both have a good variety of flavors.
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Don't try the Jack Daniel sauce. I bought some at the super market, tried it and ended up throwing it out. It has some kind of after taste.
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