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Unread 11-17-2006, 09:55 AM   #1
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Default Decent Sauce in Serving Size Pouches?

Does anyone know of any commercially available babrbecue sauces available in bulk in serving size packages (like ketchup packets) that are of at least 'good' quality?

Preferably, they would not have "chain restaurant packaging or wording", a la Famous Daves or Wendys on them ........
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I know Cattlemans and Kraft both have single serve packages. I think they're 1 oz servings
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I know Cattlemans and Kraft both have single serve packages. I think they're 1 oz servings
Thanks for the input. I figured both of those would. Here is where personal preference comes in. I am looking for something just a little 'better' - whatever that means.
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I've seen Open Pit as well, but none of the "premium" brands.
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Check this site out Maybe you'll see something you like

http://www.minimus.biz/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=16
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There also the Condiment Packet Museum, which I frequent:

http://www.clearfour.com/condiment/barbecue.html

You can click on the packets and see the manufacturers.
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I've seen Open Pit as well, but none of the "premium" brands.
I said BETTER. Open Pit has to be the worst!

(Have actually done doctored open pit with ok results)
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G Money,

Do you have a Restaurant Depot or a Gordon Food Service near you?

I'd check with them if you do.
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We have a winner! If needed, SBR would work. Excellent.
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There also the Condiment Packet Museum, which I frequent:

http://www.clearfour.com/condiment/barbecue.html

You can click on the packets and see the manufacturers.
Jeeze-o-pete, a Condiment Packet Museum. What next?
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Check PM
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Mmmmm. Processed jalepeno cheese sauce in packets! I gotta order me a batch of those.
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Mmmmm. Processed jalepeno cheese sauce in packets! I gotta order me a batch of those.
I was thinking of picking up some of the cranberry sauce packets. That will really impress my thanksgiving guests don't ya think ?
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I was thinking of picking up some of the cranberry sauce packets. That will really impress my thanksgiving guests don't ya think ?
That would be epic! And you wouldn't have to wrap up the leftovers.
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I was thinking of picking up some of the cranberry sauce packets. That will really impress my thanksgiving guests don't ya think ?
You need some mayo packs too for the day after sandwiches, no?
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