Re: looking for bottled sauces in bulk quantities
- From: "Brick" <hrbricker@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2008 03:14:59 GMT
On 24-Mar-2008, "Shawn Martin" <shawnrmartin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sqwertz <swertz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
samvit@xxxxxxx <"samvit@xxxxxxx" <samvit@xxxxxxx>> wrote:snip
You don't need to cook BBQ sauces.
I suspect all the food distributors like Sysco and Ben Keith have
bulk sauces as well. I can get pretty good BBQ sauce in 2 gallon
jugs at the grocery store for $4 ("Little Pigs" brand - not to be
confused with the dozen or so BBQ restaurants with similar name, I
think). Not that I[ve never bought any of this, but a friend of
mine has a bottle of it (for the last 2 years).
That Little Pigs BBQ sauce isn't bad, if you have to have sauce. Mix a
small bottle of real Tabasco sauce in a quart, and it improves it to the
point that I don't make sauce anymore.
(I don't use sauce usually, and store bought is good enough for guests)
I use very little BBQ sauce at the house and when I do it's usually to
facilitate reheating something that needs a little additional moisture. The
few guests that I cook for don't care what kind of sauce it is as long as
it's plentiful. They like my 'Struttin' Sauce' okay, but the last time I
served it, they consumed a full bottle of KC Masterpiece and one of
Bullseye when the struttin sauce ran out. They didn't even mention
running out until the last of the Bullseye was gone.
Brick(Youth is wasted on young people)
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