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Old 04-10-2005, 02:18 AM   #1
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Cattleman's Sauce

Has anyone tried Cattleman's BBQ Sauce? I keep hearing people recommend this sauce and that it is really good. I have never tried it so I thought I would ask what you guys think of it.

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Old 04-10-2005, 07:25 AM   #2
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Brutal honesty. I dont like it but I do hear that you can doctor it up. I have tried it once and wound up pouring it all down the drain. There are plenty of cheap sauces that I prefer over Cattlemans.
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Old 04-10-2005, 08:04 AM   #3
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I have used the Cattleman's smokey in hash and it is very good. The regular sauce is a good base, and goes well for large gatherings where you need alot of sauce. The Gold is pretty tasty if your a mustard fan.

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Welcome Jack W! When you say hash, you mean the SC type? Do put livers and such in yers?
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I've heard of it but have never tried it. I prefer to make my own, still not satisfied ..........I'm on the quest to find the perfect BBQ sauce. In some ways I hope I never discover it. The journey is more fun than the actual destination (I think).

Welcome aboard Jack. Hope to see you posting regularly. Tell us a little about yourself when you get the chance. Being from S. Carolina are you a big fan of the mustard based BBQ sauces?
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Yeah, I surprised to hear a Palmettoan say he uses Cattleman's, even if it is in hash!!!!
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Welcome Jack W! When you say hash, you mean the SC type? Do put livers and such in yers?
Thanks for letting me in.

I make a Carolina Style hash. I got the recipe from the Smoke Shack Web site. It is down right now but I am sure it can be found on a link from the porch. www.bbq-porch.net . Look for a recipe authored by Scott McDaniel. Good Stuff. Quality ingredients only. No heads, ears, eyes, or internal organs. If you can't find it, let me know I'll dig it up.

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Yeah, I surprised to hear a Palmettoan say he uses Cattleman's, even if it is in hash!!!!
Unfortunatly, a "Palmettoan" vinegar style sauce isn't very good in hash.
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Hey Jack, I'll post a little article I did on hash a while back under the Sides and Such category.....I don't innards in mine either...prefer my chicken livers fried! I love hash over white rice!!!!
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A good inexpensive base sauce can be had from any resturant supply store, it's called Pochahaunis ( spelled wrong--but it's like the Indian that went with Lewis and Clark-----at least I do know my history ) and only costs 2 to 3 dollars a gallon bottle.
Hey Coke, welcome aboard. Used to go out with a girl from Tullahoma. Pretty country. Hey, I think you're referring to Pocahontas but she never met Lewis and Clark. It was John Smith that she saved from being clubbed to death in VA in 1607.

I think that the Indian Princess that you are referring to is Sacagawea.
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Welcome Coke! Never heard of the Pokie sauce, but I once dated a girl named Comona Wannalaiya.
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I smoked some good hash back in the 70's. :faint:
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Hey Jack, I'll post a little article I did on hash a while back under the Sides and Such category.....I don't innards in mine either...prefer my chicken livers fried! I love hash over white rice!!!!
Post it here or send it on direct. I'm always interested in "BBQ Stuff for a thousand Alex"
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What do you guys add to it to make it taste better??
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What do you guys add to it to make it taste better??
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If you don't like it to begin with I doubt you will be able to make it taste better. Thin it with some water or cider vinegar and add a good chile powder with some heat to your liking. Lift it with a little butter and you've got a whole new profile.

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They now have Cattlemen's BBQ sauce in normal size bottles. Three flavors: Classic, Honey and Smokehouse.
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Old 05-11-2005, 05:37 PM   #20
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I saw a couple of commercials for cattlemans on tv this last week. Also I was at super Walmart last night and they have a section with the "warehouse" size bottles of bbq sauces. I saw a bottle of cattlemans sweet and spicy bbq sauce. That is not one of there normal flavors. I would like to try it but I did not want to buy the huge bottle. Has anyone tried this sauce flavor? Is it good?
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