B.B.Q. sauces

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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/02/16 03:09:59 (permalink)
I posted on the bottled bbq sauce thread about Rudolph's bbq sauce. I like it because it is sweet. They have a website where you can contact them to find out how you can purchase their sauce. www.rudolphsribs.com

Another place I like is Hog Heaven. Their sauce is sweet too.

http://www.hogheaven-bbq.com/
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/02/16 08:05:53 (permalink)
I'm also a fan of Roadhouse BBQ sauce. I met Buddy two weeks ago while planning the Chicago Italian Beef Tour and he gave me a bottle of his sauce. My wife and I tried it that night for dinner. To sum it up in one word "WOW!" All pure ingredients with no artificial preservatives or oils. The sauce is absolutely wonderful. This summer, we'll be selling BBQ and pulled pork sandwiches using the Roadhouse Original Sauce.

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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/02/21 09:52:40 (permalink)
They don't ship it, but I always pick up a supply of the house brand "Smokehouse" when I get by Lexington # 1 BBQ in Lexington, NC. Our "kids" (son from Brooklyn and daughter from Winchester, KY) came down to visit over the week-end, and the only special request they had was that we drive the 70 miles to Lexington so each of us could get a large tray of lean brown chopped Q, coleslaw, hushpuppies and cherry cobbler and they could pick up a case of the sauce to take back home with them. Man, we raised them right to appreciate the finer things in life!!
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/02/22 08:11:42 (permalink)
Give this a try, you wont want any other. The rub is awesome too.

http://www.rufusteague.com/
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/02/27 09:47:56 (permalink)
I want to thank you all for the great information, now I need more place to display all of them. Anyone have a good idea on this. I now have them in a three shelf, two door, cabinet, and have to open the doors to show off this great collection. I need a larger thing with glass front. Any ideas out ther? Let me know. I now have over a hundred, and also have a large hot sauce collection, that needs a new home, also.
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/04 13:53:48 (permalink)
That hotsauceworld link that tsores posted has lotsa sauces! I've got to try some of Buddy's Roadhouse! Has anyone tried adding some juce from the cooked meat to the BBQ sauce? I do it all the time.
Joe
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/15 15:25:57 (permalink)
Hillbilly,
Try BBQ Center next time in Lexington. My wife and daughters prefer it to Lex #1 (I prefer Lex #1). It is really good and just slightly below Lex # 1, IMHO.
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/16 05:25:18 (permalink)
Pappy's Triple X and Pappy's Sauce for Sissies are also very good, as are Moonlite (the spicy one) and Woody's Cookin' Sauce.
I miss the Woody's because it was my husband's and my favorite, but I can't find it locally anymore.

Andrea
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/22 14:29:16 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Polish guy

I collect B.B.Q. sauces, from all over, most from the U.S.A., and would like the names of some, and the place they come from, and how I can order them, from all of you.
I have over 150 now, and want more.
Thank you for your help.
Tell me the one you like best.


I love Open Pit Bar-B-Que sauce
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/22 15:46:55 (permalink)
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Originally posted by strickda

quote:
Originally posted by Polish guy

I collect B.B.Q. sauces, from all over, most from the U.S.A., and would like the names of some, and the place they come from, and how I can order them, from all of you.
I have over 150 now, and want more.
Thank you for your help.
Tell me the one you like best.


I love Open Pit Bar-B-Que sauce


Ok folks, what does that post tell you about Tom Jenkins bbq!
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/22 19:37:49 (permalink)
I too am a bbq sauce connoiseur and have been for years.. I developed my own famous sauce and rub combination which you can find on my website at

Too many sauces are just ordinary and tastes like everyone else's.. real bbq sauce is more than just throwing together all of the things you like into some ketchup, it is something that must compliment the meat without overpowering. It is not supposed to be the star it is supposed to help the meat be a star.

I never serve sauce on the meat.. it is always on the side. Just my $0.02 worth;-)

BTW.. I am looking for the worlds greatest Alabama white sauce recipe. If anyone knows of a good one let me know please.

Jeff Phillips
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/22 19:44:47 (permalink)
Welcome Jeff...
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/22 19:47:12 (permalink)
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=9219&SearchTerms=white,bbq,sauce

White sauce link here......
THe search feature is very easy to use and brings up archived threads that may be of interest to you...
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/03/22 20:36:14 (permalink)
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CSD

Born in Chicago
Raised in Chicago
Moved to Wisconsin
Selling Vienna Beef hot dogs & Polish
Featuring Italian beef, BBQ, & pulled pork this summer


Question
Twenty plus years ago ... When I was young, maybe stupid too ... I buddy & I when camping on the opening weekend of Trout season ... The fishing was so good We ended up grilling a family pack of chicken wings, but we
got a bottle of Charlie Robinson's Sauce from the IGA store in a one traffic light town.
We thought I was delicious, but the memories aren't what they used to be and I think that was also the weekend we discovered Meyer's Rum haven't found a bottle of the barbeque since
So Here comes the Question
Was Charlie Robinson Sauce any good Or were we influnced by other factors out of our control
I's it worth buying a case of the product or better just to plan a road trip to Chicago for a carryout
We still think Meyer's Rum is good and doubt if anyone will dispute that

http://rib1.com/index.html
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2006/04/23 08:13:58 (permalink)
Famous Dave's "Texas Deep Pit" is pretty good for BBQ sauce you can buy at the store. Also Cookie's "Western Style" is good.
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2009/03/08 16:43:14 (permalink)
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2009/03/08 17:17:06 (permalink)
I've had a few BBQ sauces in my day and I have to tell you one of the best is being made as we speak by Jeff Zeider, a poster on roadfood.com

I love his sauce!  I believe CC in NJ has tried it, too.  Jeff is selling it over the Internet and some of you have ordered it.  Every comment as far as I know has been very positive. 

I had the pleasure of meeting Jeff last month in Orlando.  He is a nice young man.  He and his father are involved in this venture as well as the concession food business.  His grandfather started it.

Check out this sauce!  He has another one, too.
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2009/03/28 23:48:03 (permalink)
My buddy Thomas markets his own sauce, "Tom's Bootleg BBQ Sauce". It's really good.

http://skaneatelesbbq.com/Toms_Bootleg_BBQ_Sauce.html
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2009/03/29 00:28:43 (permalink)
Polish Guy,
Here's one you'll love if you don't have it
http://www.polishpierogi.com/isalys-barbecue-sauce-p-10.html
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RE: B.B.Q. sauces 2009/03/29 10:25:54 (permalink)
Scott's BBQ Sauce

An Eastern North Carolina vinegar/pepper sauce made in the heart of eastern North Carolina.  In commercial production for over 60 years.  I dare the other sauces listed to top that...some might, but the 60+ club is very exclusive.

http://www.scottsbarbecuesauce.com/
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