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Posted: 27-May-2005, 08:37 PM
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chef.gif I'm looking for a really good barbque sauce recipe. Does anyone have a good one to share? I would like a recipe that's good to make barbques using beef instead of pork. The kind of barbque that you pile high on a bun and top it with cole slaw. Yummy!!!

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  Posted: 27-May-2005, 08:42 PM
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Our recipes for barbecue sauce:

First one

1. Get in car.
2. Drive to grocery store.
3. Buy a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray's. biggrin.gif

Second one

1. Get in car.
2. Drive to The Patio, a local chain of BBQ fast food.
3. When giving order, ask for a bottle of their house sauce. biggrin.gif


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Posted: 28-May-2005, 07:06 AM
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Recipe Name: Shadows'S BARBECUE SAUCE
Category: SAUCES
Serves: 8

SOURCE THIS RECIPE COMES FROM Shadows

1 1/4 cups tomato paste or catsup (good with either or mixtur
1 cup water
1/2 cup onion chopped
juice of one lemon
1/4 cup beer
1 teaspo salt
1 teaspo chili powder
1/3 cup Worcestershire sauce
2 big dashes of hot sauce such as Tabasco
1/4 cup vinegar
1/8 cup basil vinegar or balsamic vinegar (I prefer the ba
1 clove garlic

Place all ingredients in sauce pan except the onion and garlic. Put onion and garlic in a blender and liquefy. Mix with the other ingredients in the sauce pan. Heat until boiling over low heat, let simmer for 20 minutes. Good on all meats.


This is the sauce my wife and I used to give as Christmas gifts to friends and family, we had many repeat requests for it as a gift.


here is the beef barbeque recipe we use as well:

Recipe Name: BEEF BARBEQUE
Category: BEEF
Serves: 8

SOURCE GRANDMA GARDINER

2 Tblsp sugar
1/4 Cup Vinegar
1/8 Cup Worcestershire sauce
1 Pint Tomato
1 Small tomato sauce (can)
1 Small Onion chopped
1 Pound Beef, cubed ( can use leftover roast )

Optional:
1 Clove Garlic, chopped
1/4 Cup Beer
or Red wine

Mix all in a saucepan and cook for approximately 4 hours, stirring often.
Serve on hamburger rolls topped with coleslaw .


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Mike likes to take the easy way out! biggrin.gif Sometimes what you buy in the store is ok, there is times I get in a cooking mood and I like to cook from scratch.

Thanks Shadows, I hope next week-end to try one of the sauce recipes that you posted, don't know which one yet! Maybe it's inny, minny, miney mow! biggrin.gif
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Believe it or not, there are some purists out there who abhor using barbecue sauce ohmy.gif !
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 29-May-2005, 09:41 PM)
Believe it or not, there are some purists out there who abhor using barbecue sauce ohmy.gif !

What would life be without barbque? I can't imagine going thru life without this lip smacking sauce. You know it's really good when you have a pile of napkins by your plate! biggrin.gif

My favorite sauce from the store is Open Pit, I haven't been able to find this sauce in years. Does anyone know if they make it any more?

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QUOTE (maggiemahone1 @ 29-May-2005, 09:35 PM)

Who is Grandma Gardiner? unsure.gif

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Grandma Gardiner was my grandmother, and made the best beef barbeque you ever tasted!

It is more a Carolina type flavor not real heavy with tomato flavor but more vinegar accented... like they like in the south.

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QUOTE (maggiemahone1 @ 29-May-2005, 10:05 PM)
What would life be without barbque?  I can't imagine going thru life without this lip smacking sauce.  You know it's really good when you have a pile of napkins by your plate!  biggrin.gif

My favorite sauce from the store is Open Pit, I haven't been able to find this sauce in years.  Does anyone know if they make it any more? 

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Yes Open Pit is still made and available in most stores here in the PA region...

BUT I have found a great store bought sauce called "Sweet Baby Ray's ". If I am going to use store bought this is the one I use!
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QUOTE (maggiemahone1 @ 29-May-2005, 09:05 PM)
What would life be without barbque? I can't imagine going thru life without this lip smacking sauce. You know it's really good when you have a pile of napkins by your plate! biggrin.gif

My favorite sauce from the store is Open Pit, I haven't been able to find this sauce in years. Does anyone know if they make it any more?

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Yeah, Open Pit is sold here in Chicago too, although you have to go to the local grocery stores to find it regularly. The chain stores don't carry it too often. You suppose they have marketing deals with Kraft, the makers of that yucky KC Masterpiece yucky.gif wink.gif ?
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What would life be without barbque? I can't imagine going thru life without this lip smacking sauce. You know it's really good when you have a pile of napkins by your plate!


I am from North Carolina, Pitt County. There is a pulled pork style of meat that is called Barbecue. It does not use barbecue sauce, it is vinegar based. unfortunately, it is not available in Southern California. The last time I went back to NC, I came home with several pounds and put it in the freezer. Good Stuff.

As for the red tomato based sauce, we use the sugar free version of Smoken Joe Jones.

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