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Unread 05-15-2013, 09:48 AM   #1
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Default I need a back up BBQ sauce

So i am hosting a party for about 40 to 50 ppl just family and friends. Well the BBQ sauce i always use they dont have any in at this time. What is another Awesome sauce
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I'm not a big Sweet Baby Ray's fan, but a lot of people like it. When I cook for a big group I use it with some add ins. I just did a bunch of pulled pork. I added a little apple cider vineager to SBR and was good to go.
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What kind of meat?
What flavor profile?
What sauce are you wanting to replace?

Tons of sauce threads here.

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I really like Head Country BBQ sauce...
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I say shack attack. It's good on everything! And I mean everything.
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Lil Pig comes in Gallon jugs at HEB about 5.00 a gal. Good basic all arond sauce
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SBR Honey Chipotle isnt bad, but I've only seen it in the samller bottles.
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Last big event we did we used Corky's and added a little honey. We got it at Sams Club in a gallon bottle for 6.00.

I thought it was just "okay" but I am a red sauce fan myself - however we had more people come up and ask us about the sauce than we ever have.

Go figure.
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I really like Head Country BBQ sauce...
Head Country HOT is my favorite.
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I like using SBR and then thinning it with either lager (Yuengling works well) or apple juice depending on who it will be served to (obviously if there are little ones I use the AJ just in case).
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I am cooking brisket and pulled pork Not l ooking for good Looking for Awesome
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I am cooking brisket and pulled pork Not l ooking for good Looking for Awesome
"Awesome" is a matter of preference. What sauce is it you use that they are out of?
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For pork you Shack Attack is awesome. I keep a squeeze bottle of it at all times in my fridge and use it on chicken and pork.
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My go to is Dinosaur BBQ Original Sensuous Slathering Sauce. Second go to is Stubb's Mild. I have a lot of family that dont like spicy stuff and those two sauces they all love. Sometimes I add a touch of honey for the bbq chicken but leave them plain for pork and brisket.
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i say shack attack. It's good on everything! And i mean everything.

amen to that!
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