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Old 02-20-13, 08:34 PM   #26
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I'll add it to the list. In fact, there's about a 90% chance I'll buy it since ST Louis is so tough to find.
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Old 02-20-13, 09:20 PM   #27
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Not sure if I can get it in my area, but I can get it online. Vinegary tomato would work for St Louis Style! Which, I have learned, is the hardest sauce to find!

Just mix a little cider vinegar with any good KC style to thin it down a bit, and give it a little more tang, and you will have a close, St.Louis style.
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Eaten here a couple of times.

http://www.sbrbbq.com/elk_grove/
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Just mix a little cider vinegar with any good KC style to thin it down a bit, and give it a little more tang, and you will have a close, St.Louis style.

That's actually a very good point!
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Eaten here a couple of times.

http://www.sbrbbq.com/elk_grove/

Love their sauce!
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Old 02-21-13, 07:22 PM   #31
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You know...the upcoming Dale Hollow event would be a great opportunity to share local bbq sauces. I'm not sure there is anything fancy around my corner of the woods to share, but some of the stuff you guys are mentioning definitely sounds tasty.
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Here's another option for you and one no one who does not make their own sauce will ever quite match.

This mix is a special secret of many BBQ caterers and other BBQ chefs in Florida:

Mix equal parts of:

http://www.palmbeachillustrated.com/...8#.UScsG2Q-uK4 (get the mild, not hot variety)

AND

http://www.moss4u.com/ecommerce/bbq-...-bbq-sauce.cfm (get the mild, not hot variety)

The first is very vinegary; the second, very sweet. The mix is amazing. I promise you'll be stoked.

At your BBQ, also have available some of each separately.
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You know...the upcoming Dale Hollow event would be a great opportunity to share local bbq sauces. I'm not sure there is anything fancy around my corner of the woods to share, but some of the stuff you guys are mentioning definitely sounds tasty.
That is a FANTASTIC idea!

If I ever make one, I won't have any BBQ Sauce to share, since BBQ really isn't done where I live.
But there's always Maple Syrup or Sleeping Bear Farms Honey Pepper Mustard
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Here's another option for you and one no one who does not make their own sauce will ever quite match.

This mix is a special secret of many BBQ caterers and other BBQ chefs in Florida:

Mix equal parts of:

http://www.palmbeachillustrated.com/...8#.UScsG2Q-uK4 (get the mild, not hot variety)

AND

http://www.moss4u.com/ecommerce/bbq-...-bbq-sauce.cfm (get the mild, not hot variety)

The first is very vinegary; the second, very sweet. The mix is amazing. I promise you'll be stoked.

At your BBQ, also have available some of each separately.
I'll check that out Stew. Thanks!
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