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    Default Whats your go to sauce?

    Y'all haven't let down in the seasoning Dept for the grill, so now I come to ask about sauces. Anything from wings, quarters or ribs looking for something new to try. Im usually don't use sauce on my butts or ribs but I know others do so looking to try new stuff.

    I usually stay away from the cheap brands and that has left me with Stubbs and the local Wadmalaw sauce for chicken and burnt ends that I like.

    What sauces have y'all liked and keep going back to?
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    hate to say it but John boy and Billys original. I could eat cardboard with that stuff on it

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    1 gallon apple cider vinegar
    64 oz ketchup
    1 cup Worcestershire
    4 tblspoons of red pepper flakes (or more)
    1 tblspoon of black pepper (or more)
    one whole garlic head diced and smashed
    6 bay leaves
    Juice from four lemons then put smashed lemons in mix

    Simmer for an hour at least. This is important.

    Strain and bottle.

    You're welcomed.
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    It's brown sugar and ketchup. Anything else folks add is for show and to claim "secret recipe" status.

    Saucin' ain't hard.

    Butt it is necassary.

    See what I did there?

    ETA, I do like a vinegar based one like Justin posted above. Fits with out little to no sugar way of eating.
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    I was gifted some Alabama White Sauce a few months ago. The one I have is made by Manchester Farms, but there are tons of recipes online. Damn good on grilled chicken and pork.

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    Salt and Black Pepper...it's the base for any cooking of any meat...
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    I don't "sauce" really anything. I will though sauce some grilled thighs, legs, or quarters with some Coleman's, chs or whatever maybe once or twice a year.

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    I did just make a sassy "sauce" or dressing for my lunch, I do make my salad dressings.. like other sauces for like fishes, and fancy meals, just not particularly grilled things like ribs and such.

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    nice portajon
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    Shame to say but Baby Ray's is good on chicken quarters. The only bottle sauce we buy. For pork I make a vinegar base.

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    I love pee dee river swamp sauce, getting hard to find around here though.
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    Carolina Treet for chicken. I doctor it up a bit sometimes.

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    Baby rays with some Texas Pete wing sauce mixed in
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyjack View Post
    Carolina Treet for chicken. I doctor it up a bit sometimes.
    Still a good choice. We grew up on that stuff. It was either that or Kraft BBq and even as kids our palates were more advanced.. plus the "Treet" was about 79 cents a bottle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVisorGuy View Post
    Baby rays with some Texas Pete wing sauce mixed in
    Texas Pete is nasty. Even when mixed in with something else.
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    Chit
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    Blues Hog Tennessee Red. If it's too spicy for your liking, mix some Sweet Baby Ray's or other sauce with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKW View Post
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    I am a big fan of that stuff!

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