Guy Fieri Pacific Rim Wok & Sauce (4/5)

Guy Fieri’s Pacific Rim Barbecue and Wok Sauce is Wok’N, get it?     Wok’n.  Rockin’?   Yes!   I like to make my own guacamole and I’ve joked about packaging it up and calling it Guac and Roll.  But instead, I’ve decided to focus on filling up my house with as much BBQ sauce as […]

BBQPHX Barbecue Sauce (4/5)

According to their website, BBQPHX is: Tracy- Head Chef/Mad Scientist Kris Grill (Yes, That’s Her Real Name)- Executive Sous Chef And Chief Sanity Officer Carlile- People’s Choice Whipper-Upper Extraordinaire Kathleen A.K.A. Bunny- Vice Provost Of The Schmooze It’s a catering company and competition team who loves food and loves barbeque. They first made this sauce […]

Hoosier Daddy Sweet & Sassy Barbecue Sauce (4/5)

This sauce has an interesting, mustard/tomato compound flavor that is somewhat concealed by the aggressive spoon wielding boar on the label.  The sauce is a blend of a tomato-based and mustard based BBQ sauce, so you’re getting a hybrid sauce here, one that’s got enough flavor to not need any spicy ingredients to mix it […]

Country Chef Hickory Smoke BBQ Sauce (4/5)

Just received a batch of Country Chef’s Hickory Smoke, Mustard, and Sweet and Spicy.   I really enjoyed the philosophy of these sauces, the jars themselves, and the flavors.   The Hickory Smoke flavor must have been the original flavor.  It all started here and then branched out towards a spicier variant and a mustard based sauce.  […]

SuckleBusters Chipotle BBQ Sauce (4/5)

Like their other variants, I respect SuckleBusters for their approach towards producing BBQ sauces that are All Natural with No MSG and No Preservatives. It’s made in Texas – the state who’s residents like to go big or go home.

But… I thought to myself… why do they call it SuckleBusters? That’s odd sounding.

Cattle Boyz Original BBQ Sauce (4/5)

I like the secret ingredient in this one is the mix of a darkly sweet, molasses-based BBQ sauce flavor mixed with mustard and mustard bran. The mustard bran adds a little texture and almost a crunch to the sauce, much like adding little tiny bits of graham crackers to your yogurt. In a BBQ sauce, this is good or bad depending on your preference. Some questionable ingredients: Artificial color, modified corn starch, hydrolyzed soy proteins.

Grumpy’s Goodnight Loving BBQ Sauce (4/5)

In 2006, Jeff Greenberg of Grumpy’s foods set out to make a sauce similar to the one at a local Texas-style BBQ joint in Denver called Frank’s Barbecue.  While he admits he may not have perfected a clone of Frank’s sauce, the flavors did come out great and won a few Scoville awards in 2007 […]

Nephew’s Peachy ‘Potle BBQ Sauce (4/5)

This is a solid sauce with a good texture and a very good taste to go with it – Nephew’s knows how to mix fruit with BBQ Sauce. The trick is (I think) to make it a subtle yet noticeable characteristic whereas a trace of the marketed fruit component remains in the forefront of the sauce flavor profile. The sauce is a great mix of tang, peach, chipotle, and traditional bbq sauce.

Pigchaser Pineapple Mango BBQ Sauce (4/5)

Anyway – this sauce is good, almost great – a sweet thick BBQ sauce with enough Pineapple and Mango to add some fun. There are chunks of real pineapple and mango floating around in the bottle and the consistency is also excellent and thickens up nicely when grilled. There are no offensive ingredients in the bottle but it lacked complexity (I would have liked a little heat in here) and the label is kinda lame – but a good joke like the cows in the chick-filet commercials … but if this is on the store shelves, it’s not sure this label is selling me to pick it up.

Grandma Foster’s Smooth and Mild (4/5)

Grandma Foster’s Smooth and Mild (4/5) BBQ Sauce Review

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