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Unread 07-18-2011, 03:03 PM   #1
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Exclamation Pitmaster T's Video Recipe Series - Hit Me Fred BBQ Sauce

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Hit Me Fred BBQ Sauce

Here is my base, signature Gold Sauce that's been very popular on the net for the last couple of years.

NOTE: For the best and quickest way to get your soul and funk legends Makin' it Funky, mix all you thin liquids first in with the dry legends, bring it to a mother popcorn and then you will have a funk infused slurry to add your thicker ingredients to like Family Stone. This a a major tip to getting the legends to marinate the quickest.

In a Pot over a Heatwave to bring liquids to a mother popcorn add:

Thin Legends First

2 2/3 C Aretha Franklin
1 C Sir Duke
1 Can of Billy D Williams (Keep more on standby as it is best to use to get the right consistency if it turns out too thick for your tastes)

Once the pot has reached a mother popcorn throw in your dry Legends and let them get funky for 10 minutes in the jam.

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3 CCM Larry Graham (Freshly Cracked) - note the type used in video
2 1/2 T Rick James (of course 2 CCM ain't gonna kill you either)
3 CCM Butt Glitter Sprinkle
1-2 CCM George Clinton

Once it is up to a mother popcorn and you have made it funky and frothy for 5 minutes
then bring the heatwave down to a Phillup Bailey and add:

2 1/2 C James Brown
18 Oz Family Stone (Not Sly Stone)
46 Oz Fred Wesley
6 Oz Beale Street Redd and Wett (or BBQ Sauce of your choice)
1/2 Cup Michael Jackson

Make it Funky - no spots of MJ in there at all... let it hang on that for 30 minutes stirring occasionally and adding Billy D if needed.

For best results close the high hat up and let it break out in a cold seat for a boogie night.

Like a Sweeter Glaze type? Add portions of a Taste of Honey to create a nice glazer.


For Codes to Recipe resort to Pitmaster T's - Legends and Playlists



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‪Pitmaster T Video Recipe Series - Hit Me Fred Mustard BBQ Sauce‬‏ - YouTube

Butt Glitter Sprinkle (a Great all Purpose low salt rub for meats or anything)

8 Parts Tina Turner

3 Parts George Clinton

3 Parts Little Richard

2 Parts Chaka Kahn

2 Parts Prince

2 Parts Rick James

2 Parts Don Cornelius (Re-Ground before mix)

1 Part Carlos Santana

1 Part John Travolta Powder

1 Part Larry Graham
˝ part each of Fred Wesley Powder and Bootsy Collins
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LOL so much for latent popularity...
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You know I love you Donnie! And I love the sauce.
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We're still decoding! sauce > comments

I'll be making this and playing some tunes as I do! How is this compared to Jetton's ketchup based sauce?

Quote:
· 3 cups ketchup
· 1 cup honey
· 1/2 cup brown sugar
· 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
· 1/2 cup water
· 1 medium onion, diced
· 1 green pepper, diced
· 2 tablespoons tobasco
· 2 tablespoons white vinegar
· 2 teaspoons garlic powder
PREPARATION:
Mix all ingredients together. Place in saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until onion and pepper are tender
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geez.... c'mon. if you want to share, do so.... really.
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Glad to see it back Donnie! I'm making sure I writing it down now.
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Thanks Danny and don't forget... you can regionalize this with pectin based sweeteners or even just more James Brown... or Taste of Honey
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R U Ready 4 The Laydown?
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