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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/13 15:53:03 (permalink)
It was not in my area.

Thanks for the information.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/13 20:18:44 (permalink)
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Originally posted by JRPfeff

Does anyone remember Show-Me Bar-B-Q sauce? I used to find it in the 1980's and early '90's. It was very smokey and rich, and my all-time favorite sauce.

I'm afraid the recipe died with it's creator.

http://www.ag.ohio-state.edu/~naaj/sauce.htm
I am well familiar with Show Me Barbecue Sauce. I actually met the guy many years ago when I was doing a demonstration in his hometown of Columbia, MO.

An older gentleman approached my table and engaged me in conversation as he tasted the sauces.

"So, how long you been in business," he asked.

It was back in the mid 90s, so I answered, "About 4 years."

"You ever heard of a sauce out there called Show Me Barbecue Sauce?"

Not only had I heard of it, I knew it was a local favorite. I make a point of not bad mouthing my competitors anyway, but the way this guy asked the question, I knew he had some kind of attachment to the sauce so I was extra polite in my answer.

"I have heard of it, pretty good stuff too. There seems to be a lot of brand loyalty to it around here."

"That's because it's my sauce," he said handing me his card.

I looked at the card. On one side was his information as a sauce maker. On the other side was all the info for his primary profession as a veterinarian!

We had a good long talk and became friendly competitors that day. It turned out that he made the sauce in a large vat in his basement! When I asked about issues with the local health department, he informed me that he was inspected regularly by the USDA and that he had the only federally approved basement manufacturing facility in the country!

He was a good guy with a good product. I've still got his card somewhere but I'm writing this away from my office so I cannot remember his name and the link provided is not opening for me.

Sorry to hear he has passed.

Buddy

P.S. For those who might be asking the obvious question, yes he did buy a bottle of our sauce. I reciprocated by buying a bottle of his sauce before I left the store that day.

B.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/13 21:42:03 (permalink)
Buddy - I made an assumption that Dr. Berrier had passed away. He had such a passion for that sauce that I didn't think he would stop production voluntarily.

I ordered a case of his sauce by mail back before there was an Internet. He sent the sauce with a bill, trusting me to pay him after delivery. I later sent another letter to his address and received no reply.

Hopefully I made a poor assumption.

Jim
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/14 10:10:39 (permalink)
Does anyone know of or have you tried,

Kozlowski Farms California Style Barbecue Sauce,

It is made with Cabernet Sauvignon Wine.

They can be reached by www.kozlowskifarms.com or www.sonomacountclassics.com

They have a full line of items, and I don't know how good they are, so if you do, let me know.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/14 10:50:31 (permalink)
Why don't YOU order them and then tell us!
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/14 12:03:29 (permalink)
A question for all;

Are there any notional brands of BBQ sauces, sold at grocery stores, that use both jalapenos and Green Chiles? Roadhouse Southwest BBQ Sauce has them, but are there others that use both of these peppers?
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/14 14:50:39 (permalink)
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Originally posted by JRPfeff

Does anyone remember Show-Me Bar-B-Q sauce? I used to find it in the 1980's and early '90's. It was very smokey and rich, and my all-time favorite sauce.

I'm afraid the recipe died with it's creator.



Or did it? This appears to be what you're looking for:

http://www.missourimercantile.com/showmebbq.shtml
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/14 15:03:20 (permalink)
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Originally posted by SurrealGourmet

quote:
Originally posted by JRPfeff

Does anyone remember Show-Me Bar-B-Q sauce? I used to find it in the 1980's and early '90's. It was very smokey and rich, and my all-time favorite sauce.

I'm afraid the recipe died with it's creator.



Or did it? This appears to be what you're looking for:

http://www.missourimercantile.com/showmebbq.shtml

Bingo! Thanks Surreal - you must have better Google skils than me.

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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 10:07:57 (permalink)
Don't anyone be so upset with my questions.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 11:06:09 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Polish guy

Don't anyone be so upset with my questions.

I think you asked a legit question. A lot of what sounds good, is not good. Direct experience of others at this board is the best endorsement a product can get.

For example, regarding Roadhouse BBQ sauce:

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Originally posted by JRPfeff

True story - Just before your promotion at Sendik's, I found several bottles of BBQ sauce in my pantry. I vowed not to buy any more sauce until I finished all of it. Anyway, I sample your sauces and buy one bottle from you that day, and almost another. That must be some awesome BBQ sauce or a pretty good saleman.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 11:25:55 (permalink)
Made with a wine that has a French name... that would make it a "French Style" BBQ sauce.

About my question above, I googled allot and could not find any sauces that claimed to have both jalapenos and green chiles, although many did not list the ingredients on the net. There was a Willi's Rub that had them. Anyone know of anouther BBQ sauce, besides Roadhouse Southwest, that has these peppers?
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 11:43:29 (permalink)
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

Made with a wine that has a French name... that would make it a "French Style" BBQ sauce.

About my question above, I googled allot and could not find any sauces that claimed to have both jalapenos and green chiles, although many did not list the ingredients on the net. There was a Willi's Rub that had them. Anyone know of anouther BBQ sauce, besides Roadhouse Southwest, that has these peppers?
joe

Famous Dave's Devil's Spit claims to have peppers. I don't know what type.

jrp
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 12:20:03 (permalink)
I think we should indicate that Dr. Harry Berrier is still active. Or, reports of his death are greatly exagerrated. In fact. he is scheduled to speak TODAY, December 15th, at a meeting in Jefferson City, MO:
From the agenda:
"Presentation by Dr. Harry and Mrs. Lina Berrier, Columbia, Missouri"
Source:
http://www.conservation.mo.gov/news/agenda/2006/20061026.htm

There is a recent picture of him on this page:
http://www.mdc.mo.gov/conmag/2006/11/40.htm

In the upper right corner there is a photo of a woman in a striped sweater and a man in a dark blue shirt. Click on that picture to enlarge.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 14:04:30 (permalink)
David, good job clearing that up!

Jrp, thanks! I could find bell peppers and chili peppers in Famous Dave's sauces. No jalapeno or green chiles.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 15:08:36 (permalink)
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

David, good job clearing that up!

Jrp, thanks! I could find bell peppers and chili peppers in Dave's sauces. No jalapeno or green chiles.
Joe


Papajoe....I found a couple of BBQ sauces that have what you're looking for:

http://www2.mailordercentral.com/elpasochileco/prodinfo.asp?number=FECBBQ07&variation=&aitem=2&mitem=6

http://www.sweatnspice.com/259-21.htm
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 15:23:31 (permalink)
Thanks Surreal! I was actually doing some research about Buddy's Roadhouse Southwest to see how many other BBQ sauces had those two peppers in them. Both these sauces from your links are HOT. Buddy's may be the only mild sauce with jalapenos and green chiles, maybe?
Joe
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/15 17:27:55 (permalink)
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Originally posted by David_NYC

I think we should indicate that Dr. Harry Berrier is still active. Or, reports of his death are greatly exagerrated. In fact. he is scheduled to speak TODAY, December 15th, at a meeting in Jefferson City, MO:
From the agenda:
"Presentation by Dr. Harry and Mrs. Lina Berrier, Columbia, Missouri"
Source:
http://www.conservation.mo.gov/news/agenda/2006/20061026.htm

There is a recent picture of him on this page:
http://www.mdc.mo.gov/conmag/2006/11/40.htm

In the upper right corner there is a photo of a woman in a striped sweater and a man in a dark blue shirt. Click on that picture to enlarge.

Nice research David.

Like that earlier gentleman from Missouri, I'm certain that Dr. Berrier would happy to confirm the report of his death was an exaggeration.

Jim
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/16 21:34:43 (permalink)
You should try the Ribber City Sauce Company line of BBQ sauces. They produce a line of 5 regional sauces that include a Kansas City style (tomato/molasses), Sweet Heat (a chipotle-flavored KC style), Memphis (tomato/onion/vinegar), North Carolina vinegar-based (spicy & tangy), and a Kentucky style vinegar-lemon based (tart & tangy). Unlike the other major brands out there, RCSC uses no preservatives, fillers, or added artificial ingredients. If you check the "majors" you see that almost every one of them has high-fructose corn syrup as the primary ingredient. Some of them look like chemistry experiments (Open Pit). RCSC also makes a killer dry rub and a habanero-infused honey. Check 'em out at www.ribbercity.com
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/17 13:54:33 (permalink)
Do you have plans for the items to go on sale in Northern Indiana, or the Chicago area? When, and where?
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/21 16:42:27 (permalink)
Kelly,

Thank you very much, the items, got here today. The medium is great, and the Bad Boy Hot, is just that, a killer. Will this ever be in our markets?

Anyone who has not tried John Hardy's Bar-B-Q, should try and get it, it is great. It from Rochester, Mn. and don't know how you can get it, but if you can, do so. Very good, and I am sure you also, will love it.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/21 16:44:15 (permalink)
Kelly,

Again, thank you very much. I will try and find some local sauces made around here and send them to you.
Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Mike
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/21 17:11:43 (permalink)
I like the Johnny Fleeman's, www.johnnyfleeman.com, sauce for cooking and dipping. They actually make a marinade that I like much better than Dale's. I've actually enjoyed making my own sauce at home. There are several great recipes available on line. I found some I liked at recipezaar.com.
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/22 10:24:27 (permalink)
Can you buy this in the area market?
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/23 11:52:14 (permalink)
I want all to know what a great group we have here, one member, and they know who they are, sent me some Sauce from their area. This means a lot to me. Now a days, most only want to take, not give. Again thank you for this great gift.

Mike
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/29 10:55:34 (permalink)

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL, and again thanks to Kelly.


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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/29 22:43:05 (permalink)
I once heard of Pizza with BBQ sauce, is this true? Does anyone know anything on this.


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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/31 15:56:07 (permalink)
No one out there know of BBQ sauce on Pizza?
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/31 16:04:26 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Polish guy

No one out there know of BBQ sauce on Pizza?


Knock yourself out courtesy of Google.
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=bbq+sauce+pizza&btnG=Google+Search
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2006/12/31 17:29:15 (permalink)
When we were in Memphis it seemed like every pizzeria served a BBQ sauced pizza. Never tried one as it doesn't sound like my cup 'o tea but that's why Baskin-Robbins serves 31 flavors right?
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RE: BBQ Sauces 2007/01/01 10:48:04 (permalink)
If forced to take a bunch of carpet apes, or grass monkies to CI Ci's, they make a BBQ chicken pizza that is very popular, and quite tasty. A BBQ brisket pizza also sounds great to me.
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