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Old 07-01-2009, 11:08 AM   #1
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Barbeque Sauce - Help.

Anyone have a simple recipe to cut into Sweet Baby Rays bbq sauce. I didnt order my sauce and I got to cook for 20 tomorrow. Any help is appreciated. thanks. db
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Old 07-01-2009, 11:49 AM   #2
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you doing pulled pork, ribs, or what?
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Old 07-01-2009, 04:23 PM   #3
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you doing pulled pork, ribs, or what?
oops, Im doin pulled pork and brisket. I have a sauce but I wanted everyone to have a choice.
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I don't use the same sauce for those 2 things, or anything for that matter.
For the pulled pork, I'd add at least half apple cider vinegar.

For the brisket, try a using SBR with a dark colored soda, Dr. Pepper
or Coke, for ex.
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I've got two or three sauce recipes on my website...never made any other than the "Quick and Easy" recipe (requires no cooking) and is actually pretty not bad......The other two would probably be better but are a bit more entailed......I'd give ya my recipe, but then I'd have to kill ya...
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Great start would be to flush the SWB and just use the bottle it come in after it has been washed out real good. I like Headcountry Regular for dead chickens and pushed pork. Texas Rib Rangers Spicy for ribs and table use.

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Great start would be to flush the SWB and just use the bottle it come in after it has been washed out real good. I like Headcountry Regular for dead chickens and pushed pork. Texas Rib Rangers Spicy for ribs and table use.

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Thank you everyone! and to BW, I like the head country sauce too. Thats what I didnt order. It'll be on the order this week but its too late for tomorrow. I went with a Dr. BBQ sauce straight out the book and holy geezo peezo is it good! Sorry still a noob here i guess? man I cant wait to taste it tomorrow. It went on tonight and will be done for tomorrow at noon! Sorry no pics. I know the rule, - but I had to take that little cam back to best buy and have it sent in to the manufact. for a fix. Pix was gettin grainy. Have a safe and Happy 4th!
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Well sounds like you got hold of a winner on that Dr. Pooper sauce. I purty much gave up on trying to make my own years ago. Seems like all I made was messes which was not as good as Kraft

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Well sounds like you got hold of a winner on that Dr. Pooper sauce. I purty much gave up on trying to make my own years ago. Seems like all I made was messes which was not as good as Kraft

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Great start would be to flush the SWB and just use the bottle it come in after it has been washed out real good. I like Headcountry Regular for dead chickens and pushed pork. Texas Rib Rangers Spicy for ribs and table use.

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Thanks. I have a pig catering this weekend and I'm out of one of the sauces I offered up in the past. I couldn't remember the name......it was head country. Many customers liked it.
Too late for this weekend, but some will be ordered.
I'm serving;
Ole Ray's cinnamon/apple
Kansas City style from Ray Lamps
SBR
My version of east Carolina vinegar based.
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