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Old 12-17-2005, 09:09 AM   #1
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In the gifts we received from my sister in Georgia, we received two bottles of Jeff Foxworthy's Redneck BBQ Sauce... one regular and one spicy. Thought it appeared to be more of a gimmick sauce. Then I saw it was manufactured near Los Angeles and knew for sure it was! Have any of you ever seen it or tried it? My wife won't let me open it cuz we have about ten opened and partially used bottles of Q sauce in the fridge already.

Of all the good Q sauces in Georgia, she sends me some made in L.A.! Geez!
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Old 12-17-2005, 09:15 AM   #2
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cuz we have about ten opened and partially used bottles of Q sauce in the fridge already.
Never heard of such a thing
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Old 12-17-2005, 09:43 AM   #3
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Never heard of his sauce...

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Old 12-17-2005, 11:08 AM   #4
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Ten? Is that all??


I have so many I had to buy a small fridge just to keep my sauce in. I keep trying different ones and sometimes I try to make copies of them but it doesn't always come close.
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Old 12-17-2005, 01:06 PM   #5
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Ten? Is that all??


I have so many I had to buy a small fridge just to keep my sauce in. I keep trying different ones and sometimes I try to make copies of them but it doesn't always come close.
LOL! It's kinda the "off season" for me!
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Old 12-17-2005, 01:36 PM   #6
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BBQ sauce and hot sauces are a growing area of sales. Sort of like soft drinks are from time to time. Everyone is trying to jump on the wagon because of the increased interest. Unfortunatly there is a lot of crap that gets put out because they know that there are a bunches of people who are looking for something (anything) to give Uncle Brewster for his birthday. I love hot sauces and I can't tell you how many that come as gifts each year that I chuck out. Some of them I can reuse and incorperate into a sauce of my own if they arn't too far off. Others are just plain bad. Usually if you get three of something in a prepackaged gift set, you know it isn't going to be any good. There are probably some pretty good local BBQ sauces coming out of LA but just as sure as not, it is probably some one's "get rich quick" scheme. So many sauces so little time. I have found a good use for my many open bottles of BBQ sauce. I put them into my next batch of beans. My BBQ'd beans recipi calls for one cup of BBQ sauce. That will finish of a bottle real fast.
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Old 12-17-2005, 02:18 PM   #7
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BBQ sauce and hot sauces are a growing area of sales. Sort of like soft drinks are from time to time. Everyone is trying to jump on the wagon because of the increased interest. Unfortunatly there is a lot of crap that gets put out because they know that there are a bunches of people who are looking for something (anything) to give Uncle Brewster for his birthday. I love hot sauces and I can't tell you how many that come as gifts each year that I chuck out. Some of them I can reuse and incorperate into a sauce of my own if they arn't too far off. Others are just plain bad. Usually if you get three of something in a prepackaged gift set, you know it isn't going to be any good. There are probably some pretty good local BBQ sauces coming out of LA but just as sure as not, it is probably some one's "get rich quick" scheme. So many sauces so little time. I have found a good use for my many open bottles of BBQ sauce. I put them into my next batch of beans. My BBQ'd beans recipi calls for one cup of BBQ sauce. That will finish of a bottle real fast.
If all you ever had was Kraft BBQ sauce and you thought it was good, you'd probably buy just about anything!
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Old 12-17-2005, 04:55 PM   #8
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That sauce has been around these parts for at least 6/7 years. They sent me 15 cases one time.
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Old 12-18-2005, 07:07 AM   #9
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Jeff, combine all your open bottles of the ones that are just ok but nothing to write home about. Add some sautee'd onions and garlic, vinegar and crushed red pepper flakes, taste and add what ever you think might make it better and it probably will be! Now you've got a one of kind sauce you like but will never be able to duplicate unless of course you measure everything and write it down.
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Now you've got a one of kind sauce you like but will never be able to duplicate unless of course you measure everything and write it down.
I hate it when that happens
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You guys may agree or laugh me off this thread. But I still think its hard to beat Kraft Original. Every now & again Beer Lion has them on sale for .50 each. I load up.
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LA? Get a rope. :)
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Never heard of it but I wouldn't hesitate to try it. You never know.
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Old 12-18-2005, 09:38 PM   #14
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You guys may agree or laugh me off this thread. But I still think its hard to beat Kraft Original. Every now & again Beer Lion has them on sale for .50 each. I load up.
Uh Brauma, it's farkin' EASY to beat Kraft Original! That crap blows!
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Old 12-18-2005, 09:39 PM   #15
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Jeff, combine all your open bottles of the ones that are just ok but nothing to write home about. Add some sautee'd onions and garlic, vinegar and crushed red pepper flakes, taste and add what ever you think might make it better and it probably will be! Now you've got a one of kind sauce you like but will never be able to duplicate unless of course you measure everything and write it down.
Great idea, Neil! I'll bring the results to Michigan next weekend! Got something to put it on? LOL!
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