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Im a big fan of Open Pit.
Looks like I'll be trying sweet baby rays next time I go to the store. Never tried it but looks like it must be good after all the nods it is getting. I don't really like anything really sweet in my sauce so any suggestions for what flavor I should shoot for??
Depends on what you are doing with the BBQ sauce.
For example, if I'm dipping wings in it or if I'm spreading it on some chicken breasts... I use Stubbs original. Its my favorite.
I've I'm making pulled pork then I prefer to use Sweet Baby Rays.
You have to select the appropriate sauce for what you are eating. There are far too many excellent sauces and rubs out there.
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All of the big BBQ restaurants in KC stock local grocery stores. Gates is my favorite. I'm not sure what the range is of that, but if they don't count, I've always been partial to KC Masterpiece Hot & Spicy.
If you can find it, try "The Jug" sauce. It comes in a red plastic bottle and it used to be my favorite. For some reason, I haven't seen it on the shelves lately.
Sweet Baby Ray's Original is a staple in the fridge.
Otherwise, I make my own.
Anything from Stubbs
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