Miracle Whip + Chipotle Tabasco = Fish BBQ Heaven

You can call me names, and slap me silly, but you won’t change my mind. I love Miracle Whip. On sandwiches, as a burger condiment, with cake and ice cream. I discovered this magic combination last year after catching a big striper (striped bass) on Martha’s vineyard. On our boat we caught enough fish for […]

Lip Lickin’ Sauce – Bold & Spicy BBQ (3/5)

Plus side: Great cooked flavor, use of simple healthy ingredients, and no weird preservatives and thickening agents. Anchovies. Downside: Thin, no heat when expected, a little boring. Anchovies. Western North Carolina style BBQ sauce is thin by design, but sometimes a little too thin for my tastes. Lip Lickin’ Sauces market Western North Carolina style […]

Sweet Baby Ray’s Honey Chipotle Barbecue Sauce (4/5)

Positives: Awesome flavor, recommended replacement for the good ole big cookout standby that you use today. Negatives: Mass market ingredients, might be considered too sweet, squeeze bottle. Sometimes the stories behind the sauces are as tasty as their sauces. Here’s the Sweet Baby Ray’s story (from SBR website): “It all began back in 1985 when […]

Caribbean Calypso Island Hoppin’ BBQ Sauce & Dip (5/5)

By now, only on my third review for BBQ Sauce Reviews, I’m startin’ to notice a lot of g’s missin’ in the packagin’. I guess it’s how most of these sauces are marketed – as kinda casual and fun – as the process of grilling and eating BBQ’d foods is inherently fun. Although this Caribbean […]

Charley Biggs’ All Naturals Sweet Bourbon Barbeque Grilling and Dipping Sauce (3/5)

Positive: High scores due to creative use of natural ingredients and flavor. Negative: Similar taste can probably be achieved by adding a little Worcestershire Sauce to a giant national brand. Marketed as natural, gluten-free BBQ Sauces, Charley Biggs’ has several flavors to choose from, including Hot Pepper, Sweet Bourbon, and Maine Apple, which pays respect […]

Wisconsin BBQ Sauce

Wisconsin BBQ Sauce has a smoky taste, is known to be spicy, and is not sweet.

Texas BBQ Sauce

Texas BBQ Sauce is usually tomato based with hot chiles, cumin, and less sweet than usual.

St Louis BBQ Sauce

St Louis BBQ Sauce is generally tomato-based, thinned with vinegar, sweet and spicy. It is not as sweet and thick as Kansas City-style barbecue sauce, nor as spicy-hot and thin as Texas-style.

South Carolina BBQ Sauce

From Wikipedia: South Carolina is the only state to have four types of barbecue sauces: mustard, vinegar, heavy tomato, and light tomato. The meat used in South Carolina is consistent throughout the state, slow-cooked pulled pork. In the Palmetto State, barbecue is a noun, meaning hickory-smoked, pulled pork. You will never hear a South Carolinian […]

Kansas City BBQ

Kansas City BBQ Sauce is thick, red-brown, and contains tomato and molasses…

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