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Unread 07-15-2009, 02:25 PM   #1
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As per the AOL link below.
Appears to be weighted towards a few but worth a look and I am sure there will be comments.

by Kat Kinsman
Some of the country's finest BBQ joints and cooking teams have bottled their signature sauces and rubs. We're sharing our regional favorites so you can start planning your road trip to visit the pitmasters -- or just order online.




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Seems heavily weighted, but I'd try them all...

Anyone have any reviews on the Big Bob Gibson White Sauce? I have been wanting to try it... What's it like?
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stlgreg has a blog where he has reviewed a bunch of sauces. check out his profile for the link
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Very interesting - seems like some of the most popular were definitely left out, Dinosaur, Sweet Baby Ray's as far as what is normally available but from what I get on this forum, Blues Hog is one of the most popular.

Will be fun to see others express an opinion. I would guess it is sort of like hot sauces - must be 200 or more on the market so favorites must be pretty wide spread.
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I think these are the same folks that did a hot dog review and didn't even mention Vienna beef...
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Seems heavily weighted, but I'd try them all...

Anyone have any reviews on the Big Bob Gibson White Sauce? I have been wanting to try it... What's it like?

mayo and vinegar mostly. Pretty stout taste, but its good on chicken.
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The Salt Lick is near my hometown of Austin and definately has the best sauce out there.
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