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BBQ'n Fools - Barbecue Sauce, Teriyaki Grilling Sauce, Montreal BBQ Rub, or Dry Rub/Seasoning. Don't spend your time creating a barbecue masterpiece, only to put on an inferior bbq sauce or bbq rub! BBQ'n Fools Signature barbecue products are made from only the finest ingredients available, making them not only worthy of your barbecue talents, but also making them ideal to share with your family and friends!* 07/18/2009

Blues Hog Barbecue Sauce - Blues Hog Barbecue Sauce comes from our original recipe created by Bill Arnold, The Pit Master & Chef of the Blues Hog Cookers. The formula is home-made from the highest quality sugars and spices in a way which sets our standards high above other commercial sauces. Blues Hog Sauce contains no preservatives, is also low in calories and contains no fat. The sauce has been successful in winning many competitions and is being sold and shipped all over the United States as well as a few foreign countries.

We take pride in our products, as we enjoy using our Blues Hog Barbecue Sauce and Dry Rub Seasoning to cook for various charities including The Make-A-Wish Foundation, The American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, and The March of Dimes along with others. We began cooking our barbecue and started our business over twenty five years ago, on the foundation of serving the best product possible and helping others. We help sponsor organizations and help those less fortunate by using our cooking talents to help raise funds, food, toys, clothes or other charitable items For the United Way, the American Cancer Society, the Make a Wish Foundation, and helped to raise over $14,000 for the September 11 fund by cooking our Barbecue.

Adding to the list of Blues Hog products is Blues Hog Dry Rub Seasoning. The "Rub" acts as a dry marinade by combining a tantalizing blend of all natural spices and seasonings. When applied to or 'rubbed' into meat, our 'Dry Rub' adds a unique spicy flavor to not only pork, beef, poultry and wild game but vegetables as well. Ideal for the grill, oven or slow cooker. It has won many rib cooking contests and has even been found on the kitchen table next to the salt and pepper shakers.

Cashman's Famous Barbecue - The Original Cashman's Famous Barbecue from Scotty's 111 Club. Distributed by: Club 111 Inc., 14232 State Route 111, Defiance, Ohio 43512. Phone; (419) 393-2261, Fax; (419) 393-4773. Scotty's 111 Club is run by Dennis and Carolyn Scott. Ribs are served Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Rick says, "Service was very fast, our dinners were before us three min. after the order was sent into kitchen. No joke!" This recommendation comes from a good friend of mine, Bkeeper100, a.k.a. B-man, a.k.a. Rick, from The Motley Fool's BBQ, Art of, Fun(ky), The forum.

Dumplin Valley BBQ Sauce - Our Dumplin Valley Sauce had been lost for 40 years. After the death of our father in 1992, my brother and I were going through some of Dad's things, when we stumbled upon some old recipes. They were in an old cigar box that was stashed in Dad's closet. They were called Smoky Mountain Table Sauces.

My Dad learned to make these sauces from his father and his father before him. We are not sure just how old these recipes are, but, they go back over 100 years. Back then in East Tennessee without the benefit of refrigeration, preserved meats needed a little "doctorin' up".

Anyway, we started mixin' up a batch for our own use. Of course, we gave some away to our friends and soon our "Lost Sauce" became very popular. So much so, that we are proud to say that we have never met anyone who didn't like it. Now it is all we can do to keep on makin' sauce. Try a bottle and you'll see what we mean.
* A good friend of mine, ChezJohn (He's another TMF Fool), recommended this sauce. Now, if ChezJohn recommends something, I pay attention! He ain't called ChezJohn for nothing. ;-)

I'm really late in adding this, but I finally had a chance to sample both Dumplin Valley's Mild and Spicy Sauces. I haven't had a mustard based sauce before and I'm not sure if this is considered mustard based, but part of the ingredients include mustard with mustard bran. I can taste the mustard (though it's not too strong), a bit of tartness from the vinegar, and a bit of sweetness from the sugar and molasses. I am impressed with these sauces and I don't believe I've ever tasted any like them. They are not thick sauces like most commercial brands are today, but they baste well while grilling and are very nice for marinating overnight.

The Spicy Sauce has just a little bite that is perfect to me; Not too strong nor too weak. The after taste of these sauces is very good as well (I've...ummm...refilled the cap three times now while I'm writing this review. ;-)). I used both of the sauces on beef, chicken, and pork on a charcoal grill and they go well with all three meats. The ultimate test for these sauces however, lie with my Wife and Sons. Andrew has always liked anything spicy, so it went over well with him. However, neither Linda nor Nathan like things too spicy and they both enjoyed the Spicy just as much as the Mild. That says a lot to me; Just enough to satisfy Andrew and I, but not too much to overwhelm Linda and Nathan. We were all impressed with these sauces and I have no problems recommending them to anyone. 10/14/2003

Po Boy's BBQ Sauce - South Carolina's Finest Mustard Sauce* - 413 Mt. Elon Church Road, Hopkins, SC 29061 - ChezJohn recommended this sauce and I had to try some, so I ordered three 18oz. bottles (...they also offer half and full gallon sizes as well...) and took it for a test drive. It is both sweet and tart and has a very nice smokey, mustard taste, with a hint of apple cider vinegar, and a nice red pepper bite to it that isn't too spicey for my wife. We first tried it as a dipping sauce for some breaded chicken strips (GASP!) because I couldn't wait for a weekend smoking session to truly test drive this stuff properly, and I'm glad we did because it was damn good stuff as a dipping sauce! After tasting the sauce in this manner, I still couldn't wait for a weekend smoke session and grilled some pork chops along with some chicken boobs and thighs and the sauce was awesome on them! Then over the weekend I smoked a slab of ribs and used the sauce on those ribs and they too were awesome! I can't wait to try this sauce on some pork butts. If you like mustard based BBQ sauces, you'll love this stuff. If you've never tried one, you really should take this sauce for a spin, you won't regret it. 06/19/2009 - Geno's BBQ Sauce - If you love the taste of good barbecue but don't like the way sauces overpower the flavor of meat and other foods then try Geno's. Other brands overwhelm and dominate your palate but Geno's doesn't impose. It compliments the foods you eat and allows the NATURAL FLAVOR of chicken, beef pork or whatever you're barbecuing to come through with NO aftertaste. So don't cover up the flavor of meat, try Geno's, the barbecue sauce that's food friendly. "It doesn't compete with the meat" . Three award winning flavors, Roundup, Giddyup and Stampede and check out the FREE Recipes.* 04/30/2009

Scott's Barbecue Sauce - Taste North Carolina! - Scott's Spicy, Fat and Sugar Free - Homemade Barbecue Sauce - Since 1917

The roots of Scott's Family Barbecue Sauce go back to 1917 when Adam Scott first got into the barbecue business in Goldsboro, North Carolina. The recipe for the sugar free, fat free sauce was developed over a three-year period and remains a secret which is passed down through the Scott family. Adam, a local minister, said the exact ingredients in the sauce were revealed to him in a dream.

That original sauce recipe was served on Scott's barbecue for nearly 30 years, until Adam Scott's son, A. Martel Scott, Sr., spiced up the sugar free mixture a bit before obtaining a patent on the sauce in 1946.
* I've tasted Scott's Barbecue Sauce and this stuff is awesome! 07/03/2007

Smokin’ Joe Jones BBQ Sauce - Smokin' Joe Jones Barbeque Sauce is loaded with tomato, garlic, wild honey and secret herbs and spices, available in Mild, Spicy, Hot and No Sugar Added/LoCarb Mild flavors.* 06/17/2008

Smoky Mountain Smokers BBQ Sauce - Smoky Mountain Smokers BBQ sauce is an award winning sauce from an award winning competition BBQ team in the Smoky Mountains. This sauce is sweet with a warm spicy flavor. Great on ribs, pulled or chopped pork, beef and chicken.* 03/30/2007

BBQ Sauce Distributors

Hawgeyes BBQ Sauces - 1313 S.W. Ordnance Road. Ankeny, Iowa 50023 - Fax: (515) 965-8338 - Or call us toll free at 1-877-841-7192

BBQ Sauce Recipes &;amp Web Sites

Alabama White BBQ Sauce recipe by ChezJohn.

Asian BBQ Sauce recipe by NoIDAtAll.

A Simple Jack Daniels BBQ Sauce recipe by WhiskeyRiver.

Big Daddy’s Carolina Style Barbecue Sauce recipe.

blford's Modified Carolina Style Barbecue Sauce recipe.

Classic Barbecue Sauce Recipes by the Arizona Barbeque Association.

E. 10-SE Reel Hawt BBQ Sauce recipe by JGBFool.

Home Made BBQ Sauce recipe by CVSUSN.

Jack Daniel's BBQ Sauce by Smokin' Guns BBQ

1/2 large onion, minced
4 cloves garlic, minced
3/4 cup Jack Daniel's Whiskey
3/4 cup molasses
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 tablespoon salt
2 cups catsup
1/4 cup tomato paste
1/3 cup vinegar
2 tablespoons liquid smoke
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1/2 cup packed brown sugar
1/3 teaspoon Tabasco, or less

Combine onion, garlic, and Jack Daniel's Whiskey in a 3-quart saucepan. Saute until onion and garlic are translucent, approximately 10 minutes.  Add all remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil, then turn down to a medium simmer. Simmer 20 minutes, stirring constantly.

Makes 4 cups.*

Piedmont-Style BBQ Sauce recipe by ChezJohn.

Sportsman's Sauce - Original & Modified recipe by blford.

Ultimate BBQ Sauce Recipes - Looking for the perfect BBQ sauce recipe? Search no more as you have found the most comprehensive website of BBQ sauce recipes on the planet! There's nothing more enjoyable on the weekend then Barbecuing up your favorite meal and trying a new BBQ sauce.* 07/06/2012

voelkel's version of Tom Fitzmorris' Dr. Pepper Barbecue Sauce recipe.

BBQ Sauce Reviews launched in the summer of 2012 and we have already exceeded expectations! Our BBQ and hot sauce fans have turned out in droves to find everything you need for reviews, recipes, featured articles and a little bit of humor on all-things sauce!

Myself and two friends began the site because we were all avid hot sauce and BBQ sauce fans and figured, heck, why not make it a priority in our lives to spread on the word on the ton of great sauces that are available out there. We aren’t the end-all, be-all of hot and BBQ sauces, but I do know that we know a thing or two about a thing or two when it comes to them – mark my word! It was time for the three of us to make sure that not only the “famous” sauces be recognized, but more importantly the sauces that are so damn good but don’t have the following that many of the brand-names have.

That’s where has made its biggest mark by highlighting the sauces by the mom-and-pop stands, giving everyone our thoughts, and then getting the word out to the masses about the many different and unique sauces that are available.

We love sauce, and this is the perfect avenue to not only help everyone pick their top choice, but also make hot sauce and BBQ sauce a priority in people’s lives on a daily basis! Some say we are insane for doing this, but this has been the best journey all three of us have ever been on. Check it, I have a strong suspicion you’ll feel the same!
* 01/03/2013

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