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Re: What makes good barbecu e


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Posted by Ray Basso on February 07, 2013 at 19:33:45:

In Reply to: Re: What makes good barbecu e posted by Jackitup on February 07, 2013 at 17:20:02:

A couple of days ago I bought a new bottle of BBQ sauce. Yesterday for dinner we had some chicken that was well marinated, spicy and very tasty. I bought the chicken from the Market in Brookside. Near the end of the meal I decided to try the new sauce so I put some on the chicken. Guess what, the chicken tasted like the barbecue sauce. I could no longer taste the spices in the chicken.  So I can understand when people say they do not like a lot or any sauce on their BBQ.

At the same time there is a great deal of difference in just pouring sauce on cooked meat and saucing while cooking.  Some sauces just have such distinct flavors that they are easily recognizable no matter what they are put on.   Gates sauce is a good example of this, you could put Gates sauce on a slice of bread or a cupcake and everyone would know it's Gates sauce.   

Ray Basso


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