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Old 08-02-2010, 09:06 AM   #11
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If you have never had Bone Suckin' sauce, it's another really good one to try. They have a thin and thick version, as well as a hot one. The thin and thick taste almost the same, but I like the thicker, because it sticks to the meat more evenly. They have rubs and other stuff too. We get it at specialty shops here in Va, but they have a website with other locations listed. Bone Suckin' Sauce | Welcome To The Official Home!

I've tried Stubbs - and it's good too - And I'll have to keep a lookout next time I go to Marshall's for The Original Australian BBQ Sauce. Sounds good!

MMmmmm now I need to make bbq chicken tonight..

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Old 08-02-2010, 09:59 AM   #12
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I've not seen Bone Suckin' sauce locally. I'll have to look around for it at some of the stores I don't frequent that often. My biggest complaint with most BBQ sauces is they are far to sweet for my taste.
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Old 08-02-2010, 11:33 AM   #14
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I've not seen Bone Suckin' sauce locally. I'll have to look around for it at some of the stores I don't frequent that often. My biggest complaint with most BBQ sauces is they are far to sweet for my taste.
I so agree with you, Dave. That is why I make my own sauce. With Dad's diabetes, DH's gluten and lactose intolerance and my just plain aversion to anything too sweet (helps a lot when you are a cake baker LOL!), it is just safer to make it from scratch and saves trying to read those tiny ingredient labels.
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Tied it before, again it was too sweet for my tastes. I'm just plain picky I guess.
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Old 08-02-2010, 11:40 AM   #16
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it is just safer to make it from scratch and saves trying to read those tiny ingredient labels.
I read them actually. If H-F Corn Syrup is in the 1st or 2nd place on the list I usally pass it by because I KNOW it will be too sweet.
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My wife likes Cattlemans and KC Masterpiece. She is the only one in my family that buys brand named sauce. The rest of us use home made sauces. I love my daughters mustard based sauce and most of my other folks like her tomatoe based sauce. When we Q at my house my daughter generally makes three different sauces,a tomatoe/vinegar based sauce, a sweet tomatoe based sauce and the mustard based sauce.
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I doctor mine up so it's not so sweet.
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Old 08-09-2010, 05:10 PM   #19
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i make a salt free bbq sauce. it is really, really good. lasts forever in fridge anyone else needing to cut salt out of diet, can pm me for recipe .
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I make my own BBQ that tastes the same as my favourite one from back in Australia. No salt in it at all which makes for a nice change.
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