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2014/04/22 19:26:57 (permalink)

Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW!

Holy Smoke!
 
Thank you Buddy Roadhouse. I just tasted your Hot, Sweet & Tangy sauce. It is hot, it is sweet, it is tangy, and it's also smoky. But most of all it is flat out terrific. lleechef is using it for the steak tips she's preparing for dinner tonight.
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    lleechef
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/22 19:41:11 (permalink)
    I started getting my marinade ingredients together for the steak tips then realized I was out of A-1 sauce and chipotle peppers........I had all the other stuff but didn't feel like going back to the store.  So I thought.....maybe I could use Buddy's HS&T sauce and just add a little oil.  So we tasted the sauce..........YOWZER!!!  Absolutely delicious!!!  I may need to order a case.  Or two.  It's that good!   
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/22 22:46:57 (permalink)
    Thanks for the kind words.  I'll be in Cleveland twice this summer if you want to make a run up north for sauce.  I'm already hoping to meet up with Ralph Melton, icecreamchick, and maybe even buffetbuster.  If you guys make the trip we'd have a big chunk of the Cincinnati Chili Crawl crowd back together.
     
    Start thinking good thoughts about a big plate of Pierogi's at Babushka's...
     
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/22 23:20:03 (permalink)
    Buddy's sauces are fantastico! We are hooked on the original!
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 05:05:18 (permalink)
    IMO, there is no better BBQ sauce.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 05:32:22 (permalink)
    So where do you order it?
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 08:59:15 (permalink)
    MellowRoast
    So where do you order it?

    Google is your friend...
    http://www.hotshotshotsau...ers_id=112&zenid=0
    https://www.mohotta.com/p...auce/BBQ-Salsas-Sauces
    http://www.hotsauce.com/R...l-BBQ-Sauce-p/9022.htm
    http://www.hotsauceworld.com/roorbbqsa.html
    http://www.sammcgees.com/...riginal-bbq-sauce.html
     
     
    PS: I just ordered a bottle of each from Hotsauce.com.  Price was good but the shipping is high.  Free shipping on $75 worth of product so if you can bundle an order it will help. 
     
    Also,  nice articles about Jeff and his brother
    http://www.chicagoreader....ess/Content?oid=891539
    http://articles.chicagotr...emade-sauce-sauce-home
     
    post edited by kozel - 2014/04/23 09:46:02
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 10:32:06 (permalink)
    Michael Stern

    IMO, there is no better BBQ sauce.

    The ultimate compliment.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 12:14:45 (permalink)
    Many thanks.  I use Google daily, but since there are several brands with a similar name, I wanted to make sure I got the right one.  I'll check out the original flavor.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 12:32:32 (permalink)
    Buddy, I do believe a Cleveland visit might just be possible. I wonder what pierogies would taste like with some of that Hot, Sweet & Tangy sauce.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 13:54:23 (permalink)
    Actually, I like to mix my Bar-B-Que Sauce with a little sour cream for Pierogis, say a one to one mixture.  A few grilled onions on top and you're living the dream.
     
    Buddy
     
    P.S. I almost fell off my chair laughing when I started reading those articles linked by kozel, above.  One lists me at 37, the other as a "boyish 38-year-old".  Man, that was a long time ago.  Still boyish, IMHO, but 38 is deep in my rear view mirror.
     
    B.
    post edited by BuddyRoadhouse - 2014/04/23 13:58:51
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 14:12:28 (permalink)
    BR - Are you what they call 'an overnight success'?
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/23 14:23:00 (permalink)
    Yeah, "overnight".  I'm still waiting for the right night to come along.
     
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/28 13:47:05 (permalink)
    Buddy, I remember you once talking about a cookbook in the making...  did that ever come to pass?  Or am I misremembering? (Which I never do.  Ever.  I think?)
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/28 16:06:12 (permalink)
    My 4 jars came yesterday.  Buddy, I appreciate your comment 'recyclable glass' but if most of your sales are shipped, wouldn't plastic bottles be cheaper to ship and require less packing material?  Just a thought; can't wait to try them all.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/28 22:56:23 (permalink)
    WarToad, there was an ever evolving cook "booklet" that we used as a handout at demos.  Since our demo schedule has been curtailed in recent years, we stopped printing them.
     
    If you, or any interested party, sends me a PM with a regular email address, I'll try to send you a copy as an attachment.  One caveat: it's formatted to fit on an 8 1/2" x 14" (I think) sheet of paper, so printing it out might not be all that easy.
     
    kozel, yup, it sure would be cheaper and require less packing material if we used plastic, but glass is more readily recyclable.  Also, because we make an "all natural" product with no preservatives, we need to bottle our sauces at the boiling point.  The problem with plastic is that it will collapse in on itself as the sauce cools.  It's kinda tough to stick a label on a bottle that's almost bent in half.
     
    Hope you enjoy your sauces!  Love to hear from satisfied customers.
     
    Thanks,
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    P.S. The ever-loving Mrs. Roadhouse started a Facebook page for us if you want to say hello.  I won't be there 'cause I think social media is an evil conspiracy to collect all our private information and turn us into mindless consumers supporting a false economy.  But y'all are welcome to have fun there without me.
     
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/29 14:15:19 (permalink)
    I'm a pretty good cook and have tried to make BBQ sauce for years, and have never been really happy with any of them.  If I can't make it as good as I can buy it, then I'll just buy it.
     
    Roadhouse is my favorite BBQ sauce by a mile.  It's all I'll use anymore.  I get it in the Milwaukee area at our local grocery chain http://www.sendiksmarket.com.  I haven't tried the Southwest flavor yet.  *Note to self, add that to the shopping list*
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/29 17:57:09 (permalink)
    cjucoder,
    Unfortunately Sendik's no longer carries our Southwest flavor, also known as "Texas Tango"  They only have the "Original" and "Hot, Sweet & Tangy" flavors in stock.
     
    However, I will happily bring you a bottle or two to the next Contingent get together.  Will I see you in Sheboygan this weekend?
     
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/04/29 19:47:08 (permalink)
    Thanks, Buddy, that would be awesome!  Yes, I'll be at the Sheboygan meetup.  See you Saturday.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/15 20:25:43 (permalink)
    I got my order today, and I tasted the Hot, Sweet and Tangy by draining the liquid off a can of beans and substituting the sauce. Very good! But I need to try it on some MEAT.

    I got 2 bottles of the original, 1 HST, and one Texas. That should last a couple weeks!
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/16 00:10:24 (permalink)
    Sounds like next trip I better smuggle several bottles here to CA, due to that monkey on MH's back I think I can sell the stuff here. 

     
    Poor Lisa is obviously trying to pull the monkey off Mr. Hoffman's back. 
     
    In the meantime, we have "Mr. Try it once and you'll be hooked for life", here shown trying to lure unsuspecting people to their addiction.

     
    Since I know there is no one in SoCal selling it, I think I can get them hooked easy. Ah.........evil plans.......a West Coast BBQ pusher......that's what I'll be......try some of that H,S & T.......just ine taste......you'll like it......
    AHAHAHAHAHA.............
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/16 00:13:32 (permalink)
    Sounds like next trip I better smuggle several bottles here to CA, due to that monkey on MH's back I think I can sell the stuff here. 

     
    Poor Lisa is obviously trying to pull the monkey off Mr. Hoffman's back. 
     
    In the meantime, we have Mr. Try it once and you'll be hooked for life", here shown trying to lure unsuspecting people to their addiction.

     
    Since I know there is no one in SoCal selling it, I think I can get them hooked easy. Ah.........evil plans.......a West Coast BBQ pusher......that's what I'll be......try some of that H,S & T.......just one taste......you'll like it......
    AHAHAHAHAHA.............
     

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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/16 03:05:50 (permalink)
    Hard to believe, but that isn't a toupee!
     
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/16 11:09:18 (permalink)
    BuddyRoadhouse

    Hard to believe, but that isn't a toupee!

    Buddy


    Well, it does look pretty real. Of course, the hair does, too.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/16 14:25:26 (permalink)
    BuddyRoadhouse

    cjucoder,
    Unfortunately Sendik's no longer carries our Southwest flavor, also known as "Texas Tango"  They only have the "Original" and "Hot, Sweet & Tangy" flavors in stock.

    However, I will happily bring you a bottle or two to the next Contingent get together.  Will I see you in Sheboygan this weekend?

    Buddy

     
    I absolutely love the Texas Tango, Buddy!  In fact I offered it along with the Original at my Spoils of Sheyboygan Picnic.  Nobody there had heard of or tried them before and everyone ended up loving them.  Thanks again.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/17 22:51:14 (permalink)
    Tonight I made what my mom used to call LBJ Burgers: cheeseburgers with bbq sauce. And I used the HST. It is unique, which is the highest compliment I can give.

    It's got to be the sugars. They are very complex. There is just so much going on, it creates a wonderful confusion where my mouth wants to taste all the differences at once, and finally just surrenders.

    Buddy, you just have to pitch this stuff to Wegman's. All Joey has to do is taste it, and he will find a way to get it on the shelf.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/18 05:46:49 (permalink)
    I have a Wegmans near me and they are now building further south in Richmond.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/18 10:28:50 (permalink)
    In the past my local Piggly Wiggly has carried Roadhouse but when I was there yesterday there wasn't any nor was there a reserved space on the shelf.  Fortunately there was no shortage of Open Pit and its ilk...
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/18 12:10:24 (permalink)
    I'm from Rochester N.Y. home of Wegman's, I think Mosca means Danny, not Joey. It would be a real coup to get Roadhouse on Wegman's shelves. As a matter of fact I'm headed there for something to grill tonight, it's actually not raining.
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    Re:Roadhouse BBQ Sauce -- WOW! 2014/05/18 12:31:23 (permalink)
    Yeah, Danny. I was trying to think of the name, and I remembered that the hoagies are named after Wegmen, "Joey's Favorite", and I couldn't remember the other one (Danny's Favorite).
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