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Thread: WTB: BBQ Sauce (Helping you make a proper thread)

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    Default WTB: BBQ Sauce (Helping you make a proper thread)

    I would like to buy BBQ sauce,
    1. must be tomato based,
    2. I prefer sweet over spicy,
    3. glass bottles are acceptable
    4. Absolutely none of the mustard flavored BS.
    5. My budget is anything up to $12.99 per bottle.
    6. I am willing to pay shipping, but prefer local purchases.
    7. I have paypal or visa/MC ready if needed.
    8. My BBQ will be pulled pork served on texas toast.
    9. I prefer to buy in smaller bottles rather than gallons.
    10. my current favorite is below as an example of the type of sauces I like.





    The above is meant to be an example post of how about how detailed a "WTB" thread should be if you choose to post one. More details are always better than less. (although I could care less about what you had to drink last night)

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    Good post

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    <3

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    wtb rimz. wat u got?
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    Where do I get some of that BBQ sauce?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBody View Post
    Where do I get some of that BBQ sauce?
    Amazon has it, as do some local grocery stores around here.

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Blues-Hog-BBQ-Sauce/dp/B001H3O6UO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1301434812&sr=8-1"]http://www.amazon.com/Blues-Hog-BBQ-Sauce/dp/B001H3O6UO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1301434812&sr=8-1[/ame]


    I picked my jar up from a vendor at the Southern Illinois BBQ Cook-Off in Carbondale, IL last fall. Still looking for something with it's consistency but a tad more bite. I've been using some red savina to up the temp scale a bit but a just few oz. of puree is enough to dose a whole jar. I also love using it in combo with 17th Street's "Magic Dust". You can buy it in pound bags from Mike on his website or in smaller jars like I linked below.

    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/17th-Street-Magic-Dust-Dry/dp/B002TT8BKG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=grocery&qid=1301435330&sr=1-1"]http://www.amazon.com/17th-Street-Magic-Dust-Dry/dp/B002TT8BKG/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=grocery&qid=1301435330&sr=1-1[/ame]

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    I work at a barbecue joint... just sayin'.

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