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Recommend two sauces

MickeyMickey Posts: 19,647

Can’t say anything other than try them. OUTSTANDING. Picked up 3 more to take back to Texas. 
Salado TX & 30A  FL: Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max when they came out (I'm good for now). Plus a couple Pit Boss Pellet Smokers.   

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  • ColtsFanColtsFan Posts: 5,829
    That hot honey on pizza is fantastic!
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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 19,647
    edited October 2021
    @caliking you have to get this Japanese BBQ Sauce. Bought the gluten-free for Linda and went back for the loaded for me.
    @The Cen-Tex Smoker you will love this Japanese BBQ sauce.
    It’s like soy sauce to the 100th level. 
    @nolaegghead  and all the cooks this stuff is great. No i have no money in the product. 
    Salado TX & 30A  FL: Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max when they came out (I'm good for now). Plus a couple Pit Boss Pellet Smokers.   

  • pgprescottpgprescott Posts: 14,147
    Traeger Apricot is magic on chicken and anything else for that matter. Rub Some Butt mustard sauce. Just give me a straw. 
  • LegumeLegume Posts: 12,914
    Mikes has an extra hot version as well.  It’s good, but we bought it without realizing the first time and used a tad too much.
  • calikingcaliking Posts: 17,045
    Mickey said:
    @caliking you have to get this Japanese BBQ Sauce. Bought the gluten-free for Linda and went back for the loaded for me.
    @The Cen-Tex Smoker you will love this Japanese BBQ sauce.
    It’s like soy sauce to the 100th level. 
    @nolaegghead  and all the cooks this stuff is great. No i have no money in the product. 
    I'll have to keep an eye out for it. Haven't seen it in these parts. 

    Try some of that hot honey on waffles, and thank me later. Its farkin' good. 

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  • ColtsFan said:
    That hot honey on pizza is fantastic!
    Yep, came here to say that.  A favorite here is nduja, blue cheese, and hot honey.




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  • buzd504buzd504 Posts: 3,668
    What is ndjua?
    NOLA
  • buzd504 said:
    What is ndjua?

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  • GulfcoastguyGulfcoastguy Posts: 5,305
    Just where were these sauces found? Just in case I happen to be in the area?
  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 27,114
    I may need to move out of my no sauce when cooking comfort zone (other than for the last 5 minutes of wings).  I do use a baste at times but that is quite limited.  I let the consumer decide their preference.  
    Remember, I have a lawn.   =)
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  • MickeyMickey Posts: 19,647
    Just where were these sauces found? Just in case I happen to be in the area?
    All Fresh Markets have both. Austin and Destin, Panama City so guessing all had them. 
    Salado TX & 30A  FL: Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max when they came out (I'm good for now). Plus a couple Pit Boss Pellet Smokers.   

  • I use both of those regularly.  Just used the Japanese bbq sauce on chicken legs I grilled last night,  Excellent!
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  • GulfcoastguyGulfcoastguy Posts: 5,305
    Mickey said:
    Just where were these sauces found? Just in case I happen to be in the area?
    All Fresh Markets have both. Austin and Destin, Panama City so guessing all had them. 
    Thanks, I‘look search a few markets on the way home. That hot honey looks like money. If it is just pepper infused honey I have both at home.
  • World Market carries the Japanese BBQ Sauce
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  • BSRBSR Posts: 164
    I ordered the Japanese BBQ.

    Here's one of the few I'm pretty happy with right out of the bottle when I'm in a rush: 

    https://bourbonbarrelfoods.com/product/hot-spicy-kentuckyaki/

    Pick any one of Pappy's for my second, I like the hot ones...

    https://www.hotsauce.com/pappys-xxx-white-lightnin-bbq-sauce/
  • calikingcaliking Posts: 17,045
    I pulled the trigger on the sauce, since @Mickey ‘s sauce recs have been pretty good in the past. 

    Was pleasantly surprised to see that it wasn’t goopy/thick like a lot of store sauces. And the ingredients look good, without thickeners, or preservatives, that can throw the taste off. 



    Plan is to use this the next time we do yakitori night. 

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    A happy BGE family in Houston, TX.
  • MickeyMickey Posts: 19,647
    caliking said:
    I pulled the trigger on the sauce, since @Mickey ‘s sauce recs have been pretty good in the past. 

    Was pleasantly surprised to see that it wasn’t goopy/thick like a lot of store sauces. And the ingredients look good, without thickeners, or preservatives, that can throw the taste off. 



    Plan is to use this the next time we do yakitori night. 
    Hell, i have started putting it on salad. 
    Salado TX & 30A  FL: Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max when they came out (I'm good for now). Plus a couple Pit Boss Pellet Smokers.   

  • MickeyMickey Posts: 19,647
    Tonight in Florida. Heading West Friday. 

    Damn sideways pictures. 
    Salado TX & 30A  FL: Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini, added a Mini Max when they came out (I'm good for now). Plus a couple Pit Boss Pellet Smokers.   

  • BotchBotch Posts: 13,397
    Mickey said:
    Damn sideways pictures. 
    Heh, try looking at them on an iPad; I turn my tablet around and the pic flips another 90˚!  Argh.  
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  • PigBeanUsPigBeanUs Posts: 932
    Mickey said:

    Can’t say anything other than try them. OUTSTANDING. Picked up 3 more to take back to Texas.
  • SmokeyPittSmokeyPitt Posts: 10,490
    Botch said:
    Mickey said:
    Damn sideways pictures. 
    Heh, try looking at them on an iPad; I turn my tablet around and the pic flips another 90˚!  Argh.  



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  • GriffinGriffin Posts: 8,191
    I spotted that Japanese Barbeque at hew new Ace Hardware that just opened up in Rowlett. Guess I'll have to stop and get some today since I was already planning on hitting the Spec's which is right next door to load up on the brown water. 

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  • RyanStlRyanStl Posts: 1,030
    Mickey said:

    @The Cen-Tex Smoker you will love this Japanese BBQ sauce.
    It’s like soy sauce to the 100th level. 

    That sounds awesome.
  • OhioEggerOhioEgger Posts: 821
    Botch said:
    Mickey said:
    Damn sideways pictures. 
    Heh, try looking at them on an iPad; I turn my tablet around and the pic flips another 90˚!  Argh.  
    Open the control panel and tap the Rotation Lock icon.
    Looks like this:

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  • GulfcoastguyGulfcoastguy Posts: 5,305
    I have these in my Amazon shopping cart. Waiting until tomorrow to see if I am going to add anything else before hitting the button.
  • GulfcoastguyGulfcoastguy Posts: 5,305
    Okay my order came in. Two questions: first has anyone used the hot honey as a glaze for pork tenderloin, and second does it need to be refrigerated after opening. I don't usually refrigerate honey but this has other additives in it.
  • LegumeLegume Posts: 12,914
    Okay my order came in. Two questions: first has anyone used the hot honey as a glaze for pork tenderloin, and second does it need to be refrigerated after opening. I don't usually refrigerate honey but this has other additives in it.
    I’ve never refrigerated.

    I have cut with a little vinegar and used to glaze wings, I’m sure pork would be good as well.
  • Okay my order came in. Two questions: first has anyone used the hot honey as a glaze for pork tenderloin, and second does it need to be refrigerated after opening. I don't usually refrigerate honey but this has other additives in it.

    Never tried it as a glaze.   I think it would be delicious.  I just wouldn't cook it direct with that, as the honey will mostly burn.  

    I don't refrigerate it.  Room temperature honey flows a lot more easily than cold honey would.  
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  • GulfcoastguyGulfcoastguy Posts: 5,305
    I was planning on only adding the honey at the end, raised direct or indirect. It reminds me of a honey glaze that I used with Morocco style turkey legs. It is a 3 stage process, brine, spice rub, cook with glaze in the last few minutes. A bit elaborate for an everyday cook.
    The Japanese barbecue sauce I was thinking of more as a marinade and still cooking indirect or maybe raised direct.
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