Chuckster’s Drunken Pepper Spicy Barbeque Sauce (beta)

The best part of running this website is the fact that people are sending me free sauces. The other part is meeting people from different places… People have come from a variety of backgrounds – large multi-national brands, US only brands, successful regional brands that are trying to expose their sauces to larger audiences, and […]

Bone Suckin Sauce (5 of 5)

Phil Ford, a real estate appraiser and father of four in Raleigh, North Carolina, developed his sauce around 1987 while trying to copy his mother’s recipe for a western North Carolina-style barbecue sauce. The resulting all natural, fat-free, fragrant blend of ingredients include: tomato paste, apple cider vinegar, honey, molasses, mustard, horseradish, lemon juice, onions, […]

Bullseye Original Barbecue Sauce (4/5)

I’d like to advocate for only the little guys in the BBQ sauce world, as if all the big companies couldn’t make a good BBQ sauce product. But I’d be wrong, and quite a hypocrite, if I didn’t give Bullseye props and a solid 4/5. It just tastes great. Way back in my high school […]

Sticky Fingers Carolina Classic Barbecue Sauce (3/5)

The BBQ sauce world does not revolve around tomatoes, so I had to review a mustard-based sauce for my fellow sauce lovers. This well-known Southern Carolina style, Sticky Fingers Carolina Classic Barbecue Sauce fit the bill. There’s some positives and negatives here, so this will be my first middle-of-the-road rating (3/5). My wife has a […]

Big Bob Gibson Bar-B-Q Championship Red Sauce (2/5)

Bob Gibson was big… around 6 foot 3 and weighed between 275 and 295. Nowadays, he’s dead, but oh boy back in the day, growing up in rural Alabama as a rail line worker, he’d invite folks over to his house where he’d barbecue practically all weekend long. Hell yeah! They say he never met […]

Out of Afrika Safari Select BBQ Sauce and Dip (1/5)

It’s funny when a company wins an award and then slaps a proud emblem “Multi Award Winner” on all of their brands. The only award this particular one should win is “Most Grotesque BBQ Sauce Ever.” Negative One – The Smell Smells like someone puked up sweet-and-sour-sauce. Negative Two – The Taste Just odd and […]

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Sensous Slathering Sauce (5/5)

Clearly marketed towards big loud chopper owners, the references aren’t too strong enough to turn off those of us who aren’t bikers. How many references to Harley’s can you find on this bottle? I found 5 The manufacturer describes this as “an aggressive, crimson-red, tomato-based sauce riddled with spices you can see, smell and taste,” […]

Steven Raichlen Best of Barbecue Lemon Brown Sugar Barbecue Sauce (2/5)

Never buy barbecue sauce at Border’s book stores. For one, they are a friggin book store – they shouldn’t be selling barbecue sauce. And number two, it’s expensive. I picked up this large brown cylinder-jar of sauce in the hip neighborhood of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA – setting me back $8.99 for 18 ounces. Worth […]

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 […]

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