Best Sweet Baby Ray's Bbq Sauce in 2023
Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce, 1.0 GAL
Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce, 18 Ounce (Pack of 2)
Sweet Baby Ray's Variety 3 Pack- Honey Barbecue Sauce, Hawaiian Style Barbecue Sauce, Award Winning Original Barbecue Sauce. Bundle
- Three popular Flavors
- Great for Ribs, Steak & Chicken
- Each one is an 18oz squeezable bottle
- "The Sauce is the Boss"
PACK OF 4 - Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce, 1.0 GAL
- Sweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce.
- Gourmet sauces.
- The sauce is the boss!.
- 1 Gallon (3.79 L) / Net Wt.
- (10 lb) 4.5 kg.
Sweet Baby Rays Mango Habanero Wing Sauce & Glaze 64 Oz. (1-Pack)
Sweet baby Ray's honey hot wing sauce and glaz Half gallon
- A slightly spicy and sweet version for you barbecue needs.
- 64 FL OZ container
Sweet Baby Ray's New Sweet Golden Mustard Barbecue Sauce 18oz (3 Bottle Multipack)
Sweet Baby Rays Original Barbecue Sauce, 2 ounce Individual BBQ Sauce Cups, Pack of 36
- 36 Count, 2 ounce portion control cups.
- Easy for on the go lunches
- Award winning recipe
- Gluten Free, No MSG, No Trans Fats, Kosher
- Large Cups make dipping convenient
Sweet Baby Ray's, Wing Sauce & Glaze, Kickin' Bourbon, 16oz Bottle (Pack of 2)
- Gourmet Wing Sauce & Glaze
- Smooth Bourbon, Sticky Molasses and Spicy Peppers
- The Sauce Is The Boss
- Kickin' Bourbon
Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce, 80 Ounce
- Squeezable bottles
- Gourmet sauce for use on all your favorite dishes
- Thick and sweet with a bit of a kick
Baumann's KC-Style Barbeque Sauce: A Review
Tempted by a BBQ Challenge on TV, I had to have some Ribs NOW
I pulled a frozen block of pork bone in ribs out of the freezer, going to the refrigerator I found an open bottle of Baumann's KC Style Barbeque sauce sitting on the shelf. That seals it, Kansas City Style it is.
Nothing beats slow cooking to make meat tender and juicy. I fired up the gas grill and placed that whole frozen block of ribs on the upper level, or warming rack. I set the burner at medium low and left it to thaw out.
In about 10 minutes I was able to pry the ribs apart so I lowered the temp to low, gave them their first basting of sauce and went back to watching TV.
Baumann's KS Style Sauce is a Save-a-Lot store brand product. In fact it's about the only brand of BBQ sauce on their shelves. The look and taste is a close match to KC Masterpiece, a molasses based sauce with a sweet tang to it. It works good both as a basting sauce and a dipping sauce once the meat is cooked.
Turning the ribs about every 15 minutes and re-coating the top surface with Baumann's KS Style Sauce was doing it's job. The ribs remained juicy and tender. After about an hour and 15 minutes they were looking mighty good. As my wife doesn't eat pork, I split a Turkey Kielbasa, coated it with sauce and put it on the grill for her. As I intentionally cooked the ribs low and slow, it took about an hour and a half to finish up.
So after patiently tending my grill load of pork ribs, how did they come out? Just look at the picture to the left of this article and judge for yourself. Lip smacking good are words that come to mind. The ribs were still nice and juicy, tender and very tasty. The meat was penetrated by the smoke and sauce creating a very tasty bark over the entire surface. Even the Turkey Kielbasa had the added flavor of the Kansas Style Sauce.
The whole process was very simple, just remember low and slow. Cooking the ribs on the warming rack keeps the flame that much further away from the meat. With a covered grill, the heat stays inside and your food is cooked more like it would be in an oven. Only there is one heck of a lot more flavor. I like Pork Ribs first because they taste great. Secondly they're the most economical meat you can get for cooking on the grill.
The next time you go to the supermarket, get a big family pack of pork ribs. Make some finger licking good Kansas Style Pork Ribs real soon. I'm already looking forward to left overs for lunch tomorrow.