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 […]

Country Chef Sweet and Spicy BBQ Sauce (5/5)

I just got through tasing the line of Country Chef line of BBQ Sauces and I gotta say I really enjoyed the philosophy of these sauces, the jars themselves, and the flavors.  For me the Sweet and Spicy was the standout.  Like the Hickory Smoke sauce it starts with similar ingredients (almost the exact same) […]

Grumpy’s Bold XX BBQ Sauce (5/5)

In late 2004 Jeff started up Grumpy’s with two sauces:  Grumpy’s Bold XX (spicy) and Not So Bold (sweet).     He describes it as a KC style BBQ sauce, but that doesn’t do enough to describe what’s happening in this bottle. The way I see it… there tends to be 2 kinds of people.  There are […]

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 […]

Outta the Park Hot & Spicy Barbecue Sauce (5/5)

“it reminds me of the hot and spicy and ginger-sweet experience that I might experience while eating a plate of sushi – but without the nose stinging of the wasabi…”

Picky Vicki Brazenly Bold BBQ Sauce (4/5)

The first sniff is nice, and it had a hint of habanero. The flavor is complex and full. It’s sweet, salty, and spicy – not firey but just a smidgeon of heat to warm up the mouth and lips. Was hoping for something a bit thicker, but I gotta tell you, this is a tasty sauce that shouldn’t be overlooked.

Blenders Spicy Barbecue Sauce (4/5)

Jeri Blender needs to be commended here; she was doing all-natural sauces long before it was cool. And if you get the chance, I have to point out that this product also has some of the best marketing I’ve seen with an amazing story, and long history, great colors schemes and brand identity, and a great website to match.

BBQ Stu’s X-Xtra Hot Steel City Blast Furnace (4/5)

Ingredients are standard fare HFCS and the elusive (is it good or bad or neutral) modified food starch along with BBQ Stu’s usual hint of pineapple. The flavor is great – excellent spicy BBQ sauce base with pineapple – but I expected more heat from the proclamations made on the label, I would have poured this on if I knew how much of a mild heat this produces (not a bad thing by the way, I can’t stand those super-hot sauces). Consistency is a bit on the watery side but had enough cling for this griller.

McCane’s Vidalia Pit Sauce (4/5)

The sauce has a great onion flavor achieved by using 14% Vidalia sweet onions which are native to the state in which this fine BBQ Sauce was produced. It’s got a good thickness and mouthfeel that is loaded with pepper and onion chunks. If you like onions this one will be right up yer alley.

The Secret Sauce Smokin Hot BBQ Sauce (4/5)

The hottest in the line-up for The Secret Sauce, the Smokin Hot variety delivers a strong contender for a griller that seeks something a little bit hotter than what he/she is used to. The base flavor is fantastic and only left a couple wants from this reviewer: slightly hotter, and a move to more natural ingredients. This will help the sauce and the consumer in the end.

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