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BBQ Sauce Party - Favorite Sauce

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  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    Now that you've gotten all this feedback, you are gonna have to send out a huge amount of invitations!
  • RodRod Posts: 61
    I noticed no one suggested Bull's-Eye. Is this considered a bad sauce on this forum? Have not tried one that we like better yet. Course, we haven't tried many either... :whistle:
  • jbrodiejbrodie Posts: 111
    Bone Suckin Sauce on ribs, Sweet Baby Ray's on chicken.
  • jonboyjonboy Posts: 163
    This sounds like a nice side table/demo for eggfests.
    It would be really interesting to see and try different sauces in one location.
    Has anyone tried this?
    jon
  • My favorite is and has always been Johnny's Bar-B-Q sauce. This is a family owned business in Cullman, Alabama that is "KNOWN" for their sauce. It can be ordered from their website at www.johnnysbarbq.com.
  • B & CB & C Posts: 217
    Thanks Jon, The BBQ sauce party was my idea to get others to bring sauces so we could all sample and expand our tastes. I also planned on asking the guests to bring sides and desserts.

    I have also thought about having a salsa party where you bring ingredients to make different salsas and while making them have cocktails, kind of gets a lot of people involved in making the evening fun and also allows everyone to get to sample different salsas. It is especially good if you have a garden with tomatoes and peppers that have all come in at once during August and early September. You can send people home with their own little jars of a salsa they like and the recipe. The bonus is you as the host get to keep a copy of any or all of the recipes.
  • valrunevalrune Posts: 134
    That is a great idea! We have been doing that at our family reunion for the last 4 years and its a big hit!

    The only problem is trying to get "grandma" to turn lose of her famous ______________ recipe,if you know what I mean ;) !
  • B & CB & C Posts: 217
    I guess that means I need a great big place to have the party at. Todd old buddy would you mind....... ;)
  • BBQbadgeBBQbadge Posts: 35
    Bone Suckin' Sauce (Thicker Style) for ribs

    For pulled pork, I use either a homemade Eastern NC style or sometimes a Western NC based sauce
  • BBQbadgeBBQbadge Posts: 35
    AZRP wrote:
    Blues Hog for ribs and chicken, for pulled pork I use this western Carolina recipe. -RP

    1 qt cider vinegar
    6 oz yellow mustard
    ¼ lb butter
    ¾ T salt
    ½ T black pepper
    ½ T cayenne
    Juice of ½ lemon
    ½ t sugar
    32 oz catsup



    Cook at a simmer for 10 minutes.

    This sounds yummy, kind of a hybrid Western NC (ketchup) and South Carolina (mustard) sauce?

    There are really 2 distinct NC sauces (Eastern and Western styles, with western having the addition of ketchup/tomato) but I haven't seen mustard in any of the NC sauces (traditionally)
  • pattikakepattikake Posts: 1,175
    Carnoivore Robust.

    Patti
    Wichita, KS
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