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BBQ Sauces

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weazletoe:
 Mine is very simple. All you need for it is one bottle of Sweet Baby Rays.  ;D

babalu87:
I use the buck a bottle stuff from the Supermarket and doctor it up based on what I want.

There are a few things I make it special for (Boston Butt and Beef Brisket) but generally I just doctor up the MEH stuff and make it good.
It ALWAYS gets thinned out so I can brush it on as cooking ends.

beerocd:

--- Quote from: euge on March 28, 2010, 10:54:01 AM ---Often I'll do the rubbed meat in the pressure cooker for 5 minutes if it is beef or pork.

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Is this a tenderizing step prior to bbq, or do you just need the fat for your sauce?

hamiltont:

--- Quote from: weazletoe on May 23, 2010, 08:12:14 AM --- Mine is very simple. All you need for it is one bottle of Sweet Baby Rays.  ;D

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  A local store has Sweet Baby Rays on sale this week for $1.29/bottle (16 oz. I think)  Can't beat that with a stick.  Great on butts, brisket, BB's, chuckies, cluckers, etc..., even fatties if that's what turns your crank.  Good all-around BBQ sauce IMO!

bluesman:

--- Quote from: hamiltont on May 26, 2010, 09:54:39 AM ---
--- Quote from: weazletoe on May 23, 2010, 08:12:14 AM --- Mine is very simple. All you need for it is one bottle of Sweet Baby Rays.  ;D

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 A local store has Sweet Baby Rays on sale this week for $1.29/bottle (16 oz. I think)  Can't beat that with a stick.  Great on butts, brisket, BB's, chuckies, cluckers, etc..., even fatties if that's what turns your crank.  Good all-around BBQ sauce IMO!

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+1

Best bang for the buck out there IMHO.

...just add a shot of bourbon and step it up a notch or 2.  ;)

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