Best Damn Bbq Sauce in 2023
Lillieâ€™s Q Gold South Carolina Mustard Barbeque Sauce, 2 Pack
Killer Hogs The BBQ Sauce
- Killer Hogs The BBQ Sauce is a competition style sauce that delivers flavor and brings home the hardware.
- The BBQ Sauce is a competition style Sweet and Heat sauce, it starts with some heat and delivers an exciting sweetness to keep you interested.
- Malcom brings home the winning in his BBQ Competition team and the perfectly balanced blend of tangy and sweet gives your barbecue a killer flavor.
- Malcom is a serious professional and his sauce has been a long time coming, we would suggest for some serious competition style BBQ.
- The ingredients alone are worth the price, lot's of secrets wrapped up in this sauce. Well worth a try!
Arthur Bryants Original BBQ Sauce (18 oz) - 2 Pack
Famous Daves-BBQ Sauce Devil's Spit 19.0 OZ(Pack of 2)
ETA Barbeque Sauce 375ml. by ETA Cosmetics
- From ETA
- Imported from Australia
- BBD Reads Day/Month/Year
- BBQ Flavour
Salt Lick BBQ Sauce Assortment, one each of Original BBQ Sauce and Lauren's Spicy BBQ Sauce
- 2 pack of the Famous Salt Lick BBQ Joint Sauces
- Made to enhance the renowned beef of Texas as served in the Driftwood, Texas restaurant
- All natural ingredients, gluten free
- The original, secret-recipe sauce has its roots in South Carolina and Georgia, but was “Texafied” by adding local ingredients such as cayenne pepper and more.
- Use for smoking, grilling, as a salad dressing, a dipping sauce … just about anything!
Troy's Backyard BBQ Sauce (1 Pack - 12oz)
Blues Hog Original BBQ Sauce (64 oz.)
- A thick, gourmet sauce made from all-natural ingredients that “sticks to your meat” and has a “sweet with the right amount of heat” attitude! Voted “Best Baste on the Planet” and People’s Choice at the prestigious American Royal.
- Excellent on pork, beef, wild game, fish, hot wings, mixed with ground meats, veggies, and especially on ribs.
- Brown sugar, ketchup (red ripe tomatoes, distilled vinegar, high fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, salt, onion powder, natural flavors),
- apple cider vinegar, sugar, salt, spice, chili powder (chili pepper, spices, salt, garlic powder), paprika, Worcestershire sauce, molasses, corn syrup, water, salt, caramel color, sugar,
- Dried Garlic, and Spices. ALLERGENS: Soy, Fish (Anchovies).
Pappy's Sauce for Sissies BBQ Sauce
- Mild Barbecue Sauce - Good for Babies, Brats and Bikers
- Delicious and mild with the distinctive flavor of Pappy's XXX White Lightnin' -- but no heat.
- Ya got a whiner in the house??? Feed'em the Sissy Sauce !!
19 Oz. Shoup's Barbecue Sauce
- Award winning family recipe
- Blend of Tomato Sauce, Brown Sugar, Onions, and Spices has a tangy country flavor
- A great compliment to any meat
Battle of the Grilled Foods
Summer time at our house is nothing but grilled food and a lot of it is covered in BBQ sauce. Here's a few easy recipes to try when battling for better grilled food
A house favorite is chicken fajitas. Easy enough for those beginners, get some dry Italian salad dressing and the ingredients to make it. Mix that up with a packet of fajita seasonings in a large bag or Tupperware so you can marinate the chicken for a few hours or overnight. Cut thawed or butcher fresh chicken breast into thin strips and put into marinade, let it hang out for however long you have. Keep in mind, the longer the better! When you deem it ready, put it on the grill and let it cook until done. You can slice up some bell peppers and onions to toss onto the grill with the chicken for more authentic fajitas.
I'm a more simple animal, I'm game for good burgers. My mix usually has some A1 sauce or Worcestershire sauce, minced onion, garlic powder or minced garlic, and of course salt and pepper. Sometimes I'll use seasoned salt if I'm out of some of the other seasonings. Mix those into your meat and form into burgers. You can put in some blue cheese, feta cheese, or any other kind of cheese if you are looking to get a smile out of those you are cooking for. Burgers are almost always a winner.
To make a gathering more fun, especially if there is a challenge at the grill, make it a luau! Dress up the place with some tiki torches, some fresh fruit, grass skirts, and some festive drinks. If there are kids around, go with a punch. Pick a sherbet from the ice cream section and a lemon-lime soda, mix the two in a punch bowl and call it good! You can also throw in some fruit to accompany the sherbet or freeze some juice in an ice cube tray to add to the cups. For adults, of course there are margaritas, piña coladas or a lava flow. Lava flows are easy to make, layer strawberry daiquiri and piña colada.
Maybe we are just those random people where everything becomes a competition. I think we are ok with that. Nothing gets pushed past the limits of fun. Everything is in the name of fun and as long as everyone is have a good time, responsibly, then we take full advantage of a good time!