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Unread 06-21-2014, 03:29 PM   #1
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Default Brisket sauce?

I never tried sauce on a brisket, don't use sauce to often on anything but I remember a thread from the past about a brisket sauce a guy sells but you have to call or send him the money or something. He was maybe an older guy. Supposed to be really good.

Anyone have clue to what sauce I'm thinking of? Was curious to try.
I searched brisket sauce but haven't found yet.


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I never tried sauce on a brisket, don't use sauce to often on anything but I remember a thread from the past about a brisket sauce a guy sells but you have to call or send him the money or something. He was maybe an older guy. Supposed to be really good.

Anyone have clue to what sauce I'm thinking of? Was curious to try.
I searched brisket sauce but haven't found yet.


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Sounds like you were having a nightmare to me.
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Make you some o this thank me later
Fountaine’s Sauce Recipe*
By Fred Fountaine Pitmaster
Louie Muller BBQ
1 quart (32 ounces) catsup
3 quarts water
2 onions the size of baseballs, cut up fine (use 1 ½ if they are the size of softballs)
2 beef bullion cubes
2 tablespoons salt, or to taste
¼ cup black pepper, or to taste
In large pan, combine all ingredients, going gently with salt and pepper first.
Bring to boil over high heat and boil vigorously 40 minutes. Reduce heat to low, tast and correct seasonings, and let simmer 40 minutes longer. At end, increase heat to medium-high and bring to a boil again. Then it’s done. Bottle in clean bottle or jars and store in refrigerator. Makes about two quarts.
* As originally printed in the October 24, 1984 Milwaukee Journal
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Sounds like you were having a nightmare to me.
It does sound like a nightmare putting sauce on brisket but I'll try anything but most vegetables at least once.
But I do love Hellmann's mayo on a brisket sandwich.

Thanks Blu, I'll make a batch of that sauce.
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Man, I love Hellman's mayo on just about anything.
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Man, I love Hellman's mayo on just about anything.
I hear ya. I can eat it with a spoon plain. I love dipping french fries in it.
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I hear ya. I can eat it with a spoon plain. I love dipping french fries in it.
It's a Pittsburgh thing (fries dipped in mayo) for sure. Mayo on hot dogs as well. I was born and raised about 15 miles west of Pittsburgh. Folks look at me like I am nuts putting mayo on stuff like that down here.
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I dip it in melted garlic butter......but that's just me...............
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Franklands Texas beef BBQ sauce is pretty good
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Ya'll crazy Dukes is THE Mayornaise!! Hellman what is that short for "hellman I thought you had Maoyornaise"
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Ya'll crazy Dukes is THE Mayornaise!! Hellman what is that short for "hellman I thought you had Maoyornaise"
Good one.

I should give Dukes a try. Hard to beat Hellmann's.

I tried miracle whip once and that was nasty stuff.


@Sliding Billy. Yep I put mayo on hot dogs and also love dipping pierogies in mayo.

I used it on my corned beefs to make the rub stick better this evening. Probably should have used Dukes for that.
I will be smoking some corned beef tomorrow for corned beef and mayo sandwiches.
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Ya'll crazy Dukes is THE Mayornaise!! Hellman what is that short for "hellman I thought you had Maoyornaise"
I use Dukes too
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Just for information. Dukes and Hellmans are the same thing. Depends on where they are marketed.
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I thought Dukes and Hellmann's were different but Hellmann's and Best foods was the same.
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