Pics of my various sauces, with a discription

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2010/08/12 18:09:34 (permalink)

Pics of my various sauces, with a discription

http://chubbysbbq.net/sauses_dm2
The Basic I lightly paint the pulled pork with is the Old Fashioned, which is your basic Ketchup, brown sugar and spices, not cloyingly sweet, just right, no heat.
Hot is the Old fashioned with Franks Hot Sauce mixed in. Not killer hot, but just right hot
Private Reserve is Old Fashioned, with Cattlemans Mustard Sauce, and Cider vinegar, everyone likes it alot
Hallelujah, is the Old fashioned with fresh Pineapple liquified and mixed in.
Cold Remedy is Old Fashioned with the same hot mustard powder from Penzys that Phillipes in LA uses mixed with cider vinegar and fresh Horseradish liquified and mixed in
My latest you don't see is Secret Sauce, all I'll tell you is I use Lemongrass and fresh Ginger
YIKES, is my eastern Carolina vinegar, red pepper sauce I keep in small quantity, I love it on my Pork and twice fried FF
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    the ancient mariner
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 16:35:16 (permalink)
    Hey, mon ami, I don't know from sauce----but I think you offer a great selection.  Breaths there a man with soul so dead who never to himself has said----wow that looks good to me. 

    Head for Chubbys a one in a muillion experience !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 17:29:42 (permalink)
    the ancient mariner

    Hey, mon ami, I don't know from sauce----but I think you offer a great selection.  Breaths there a man with soul so dead who never to himself has said----wow that looks good to me. 

    Head for Chubbys a one in a muillion experience !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Ancient One, evidentally not too many folks give a fig about my sauces....Figs, hmmmmmm, wonder how they would taste blended in........
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 17:42:25 (permalink)
    Ok, you brung it up...

    They all sound too vinegary for my taste, except for maybe the basic and possibly the secret sauce. But that's a secret so who knows.

    I'm all about avoiding the vinegar. I HATE the stuff.
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 17:50:14 (permalink)
    enginecapt

    Ok, you brung it up...

    They all sound too vinegary for my taste, except for maybe the basic and possibly the secret sauce. But that's a secret so who knows.

    I'm all about avoiding the vinegar. I HATE the stuff.


    Actually reread the ingredients, most have no vinegar or very little, the Yikes obviously you'd hate but I'll bet a nickel you'd like the Private Reserve.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 17:52:47 (permalink)
    enginecapt

    Ok, you brung it up...

    They all sound too vinegary for my taste, except for maybe the basic and possibly the secret sauce. But that's a secret so who knows.

    I'm all about avoiding the vinegar. I HATE the stuff.


    Captain, Captain, Captain!
    Don't you know that Vinegar is the Most Effective Elixir in the World??
    It works in everything from Delicious BBQ Sauce to Cleaning the Dog!
     
    http://www.lifescript.com/Life/Timeout/At-home/The_Many_Uses_of_Vinegar.aspx?gclid=CJGn8-e2t6MCFQE_bAoddyDdbg&trans=1&du=1&ef_id=1350:3:c_e8c665e296b28ec252303eb9529d005f_2541097625:TGW9YgqoEGQAAG-HlE0AAAJd:20100813214714
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 17:56:21 (permalink)
    Well, you didn't give amounts. I'm just going off the mention of cider vinegar.

    On second thought, I might like the Hallelujah as well.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 17:57:48 (permalink)
    I don't care if it's natural Viagra, I hate the smell and taste of the stuff.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 18:00:43 (permalink)
    It's hard to judge from looking at a photo whether your representation that a sauce is "just right" would be one I would agree with.
     
    I don't know -- "just right," like "cooked (or broiled, or fried, or whatever) to perfection" seems to me to be both highly subjective and not objectively verifiable.  Maybe I'd agree with you.  But maybe not. 
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 18:47:52 (permalink)
    Looks and sounds good thanks for sharing.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/13 21:36:05 (permalink)
    Post the exact recipes. I would love to try them. Or if you sell them give us a link.

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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/14 01:14:48 (permalink)
    How do you keep the bottles clean?  How do you wash them?
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/14 13:29:35 (permalink)
    mlooney56

    How do you keep the bottles clean?  How do you wash them?


    By hand, then they soak in Steramine
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/14 13:48:37 (permalink)
    ces1948

    Post the exact recipes. I would love to try them. Or if you sell them give us a link.


    I actually don't do exact anything, The Old Fashioned is bottled in large quantities for me by a company outside of Pittsburg, they use my recipe, just the ingredients, then somehow figure out the proper amounts of each, to make it work, I make all the others using thr Old Fashioned as a base then simply eyeball the various ingredients, in the other sauces, adjusting on the fly.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/14 13:55:59 (permalink)
    rumaki

    It's hard to judge from looking at a photo whether your representation that a sauce is "just right" would be one I would agree with.
     
    I don't know -- "just right," like "cooked (or broiled, or fried, or whatever) to perfection" seems to me to be both highly subjective and not objectively verifiable.  Maybe I'd agree with you.  But maybe not. 


    I couldn't agree more, it's subjective to my taste buds, if I think it's just right, then for me it is, others may disagree and that's fine but fact is I've never had a complaint in almost 9 years, but indeed, every repeat customer has their favorite.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/14 19:02:45 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    http://chubbysbbq.net/sauses_dm2
    The Basic I lightly paint the pulled pork with is the Old Fashioned, which is your basic Ketchup, brown sugar and spices, not cloyingly sweet, just right, no heat.
    Hot is the Old fashioned with Franks Hot Sauce mixed in. Not killer hot, but just right hot
    Private Reserve is Old Fashioned, with Cattlemans Mustard Sauce, and Cider vinegar, everyone likes it alot
    Hallelujah, is the Old fashioned with fresh Pineapple liquified and mixed in.
    Cold Remedy is Old Fashioned with the same hot mustard powder from Penzys that Phillipes in LA uses mixed with cider vinegar and fresh Horseradish liquified and mixed in
    My latest you don't see is Secret Sauce, all I'll tell you is I use Lemongrass and fresh Ginger
    YIKES, is my eastern Carolina vinegar, red pepper sauce I keep in small quantity, I love it on my Pork and twice fried FF


    http://chubbysbbq.net/sauses_dm2


    I went through and checked out your website. do you ship
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/14 19:40:35 (permalink)
    Chewer, does the above post give you any ideas?
    Joe

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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/15 07:53:51 (permalink)
    Market that stuff for folks to buy and take home.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/15 13:04:23 (permalink)
    PapaJoe8

    Chewer, does the above post give you any ideas?
    Joe


    As a matter of fact it does, although my space is a problem, I would need an additional room, one for shipping supplies and product holding, cabinets, etc. It would be $$
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/15 13:43:14 (permalink)
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    PapaJoe8

    Chewer, does the above post give you any ideas?
    Joe


    As a matter of fact it does, although my space is a problem, I would need an additional room, one for shipping supplies and product holding, cabinets, etc. It would be $$


    And you would need to get some kind of Gov'ment inspection if you shipped it interstate.
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    Re:Pics of my various sauces, with a discription 2010/08/17 20:25:35 (permalink)
    Chewer, you would need a nother building! And yes, inspection, new labels and lotsa stuff... but?
    Joe
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