BBQ Sauce

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We used to make a lot of BBQ Sauce @ home but it's hard to beat some of the store bought sauces like Sweet Baby Rays, Stubbs and the shed. Anyone else have a favorite?
 

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I like Sticky Fingers Carolina Sweet because my rub has a lot of heat to it and the sweetness of the sauce goes well with it.
 

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My folks had a secret recipe. They would cook it up and can it in mason jars whenever the supply ran low. Supposedly my dad was the only one that my mom's uncle-in-law in Gordo gave it to. It was really good but runny; used more for basting while cooking.

I like Sweet Baby Ray's best but I have a sweet tooth.
 

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My wife makes ours from scratch sometimes ... tomato-based. It's getting better all the time. Very good stuff but it's always a work in progress.

Sweet Baby Rays is a very good base if you're in a hurry. I have to admit I didn't think much of it a few years back since I've not been into sweet stuff so much but after creating some recipes for it, I've come to acknowledge it's a very good one.

Believe it or not, Kraft's basic sauce is a good base (it's so blasted simple) if you're going be adding much of your own stuff to it to develop it.
 

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