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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2018/06/02 15:51:10 (permalink)
I know I've seen that particular Mezetta's relish (that Jim raves about) on the shelf at my local (Haskell Ave.) Kroger store in Dallas.
If I do see it, I'll buy it for sure.
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2018/06/02 17:29:38 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Twinwillow 2018/06/04 14:03:36
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I know I've seen that particular Mezetta's relish (that Jim raves about) on the shelf at my local (Haskell Ave.) Kroger store in Dallas.
If I do see it, I'll buy it for sure.



I first 'discovered' it about 10 years ago at Central Market and since have gotten it at Market Street and Albertsons.  But, they all discontinued it about three years ago.  Believe me, I check for it every time we go into a new market.
 
I don't know about the Kroger's on Haskell, but not even the "OMG" (125,000 sq. ft.) mega-Kroger 'up here' carries it.  But, your easiest way to get it is to order it online from WallyWorld and have it shipped at no charge to you to your nearest Wal-Mart for you to pick up.  They charge $1.88, about half of what Albertson's used to gouge me for. 
 
While you're at it, order some Scott's Sauce and try The Princess' recipe I shared above.
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2018/06/02 18:28:15 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Twinwillow 2018/06/04 14:03:18
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I don't know about the Kroger's on Haskell, but not even the "OMG" (125,000 sq. ft.) mega-Kroger 'up here' carries it.  



Nor does the 135,000 sq. ft. Kroger Marketplace here in Northern Kentucky  but the Whole, Halved and Deli-sliced Roasted Bell Pepper Strips as well as sliced Roasted Bell Peppers are fairly easy to find.
 
Note that the Bell Pepper Relish doesn't show up on the Mezzetta website under the 'Our Products' header.  You need to search for 'Relish' for it to show up.
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/18 12:35:00 (permalink)
I smoked some short ribs over the weekend and they went really well with Arthur Bryant's Original sauce.  It's not sweet and has a vinegar & pepper kick, which matched up to the fattiness of the ribs.
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/18 16:07:14 (permalink)
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I smoked some short ribs over the weekend and they went really well with Arthur Bryant's Original sauce.  It's not sweet and has a vinegar & pepper kick, which matched up to the fattiness of the ribs.




I'm not in love with their original sauce, but Arthur Bryant's also puts out a hot-sweet barbecue sauce that I enjoyed when I ate there a couple years ago. I'll get around to ordering a jar or two at some point.
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/18 18:20:05 (permalink)
Rotate and try new ones often. Right now: Sweet Baby Rays with Honey.
 
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/20 10:02:58 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby JRPfeff 2019/06/20 10:12:59
I like the Roadhouse BBQ sauce. When I use it, I heat it up on the stove with 2 or 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil, stir it around a few times & then let it warm up until the oil rises to the top, then spoon off oil & use it for basting chicken, towards the end of grilling brush on the sauce & serve. The oil makes for nice crispy skin.
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Re:Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/20 10:42:12 (permalink)
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I like the Roadhouse BBQ sauce. When I use it, I heat it up on the stove with 2 or 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil, stir it around a few times & then let it warm up until the oil rises to the top, then spoon off oil & use it for basting chicken, towards the end of grilling brush on the sauce & serve. The oil makes for nice crispy skin.

Interesting idea!
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Re: Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/21 22:56:21 (permalink)
Been getting activity notifications LOL. I'm back. Back to what I call the Monongahela River Valley Sauce. Someone gave supposed orginal secret recipe to me. At least 6 resturants around here with similar sauce. Been around over 50 years so people like it. Not sweet, thick, or overwhelming. Not exactly, but I'll give basics.
 
48 oz tomato sauce.
4 oz Tobasco Red, 2-2 oz.
1 bottle Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce ( no other)
1 1/2 teas celery seed
2 teas chili powder
3 teas black pepper
 
Cook down 1 hour, add water if needed or V8 juice.
Turn off heat. Add 1/2 teas baking powder, stir, cool.
I use an enameled cooking pot.
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Re: Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/23 17:36:27 (permalink)
Welcome back!
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Re: Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/25 03:22:10 (permalink)
Second time I made country ribs this year. Fantastic. While slow cooking in the past, I have used some sauce to keep them wet. Been cooking them over campfire, no sauce. I have to keep using this method to see if all my cuts come out as well. Whats been different is marinating them a short time with honey spread all over, then a rub overtop. They taste great with no sauce needed, but I did use a little of my sauce for dipping.
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Re: Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/25 11:04:14 (permalink)
Sounds like a good idea. Favorite rib so far?
 
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Re: Favorite BBQ Sauce 2019/06/25 18:22:22 (permalink)
leethebard
Sounds like a good idea. Favorite rib so far?
 


These were small country cuts. At the top of good.
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