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Makes for some mighty fine eatin'!

  • Sep 11, 2011
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I don't know about you but it seems that is is becoming more and more expensive for my wife and I to eat out these days.  Here in Rhode Island you are looking at around $13.00 or $14.00 for a half a rack of ribs at national chains like Texas Roadhouse or at a local institution like Wes' Rib House.  Since my wife and I are not made of money we only go to places like these on special occasions or during a night out with friends.  Most of the time we choose to cook at home on our Weber grill.  If the menu calls for chicken or pork we always brush the meat with our favorite store bought sauce "Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbecue Sauce".  Frankly, we find that the meat turns out every bit as tender and flavorful at it does at a restaurant for about 1/4 to 1/3 the price.   

Since I am not particularly fond of hickory smoke flavor we never barbequed at home very much.  Years ago hickory smoke barbecue sauce was just about the only variety available at your local supermarket.  As I recall that all began to change with the introduction of the KC Masterpiece line of sauces in the mid 1980's.  Suddenly, exciting new flavors were bursting onto the scene.  I first became familiar with honey-flavored Bar-B-Que at a popular rib house in Montreal called Bar-B-Barn www.barbbarn.ca.  I just fell in love with the taste so when  "Sweet Baby Ray's Honey Barbecue Sauce" was introduced  I had to give it a try.  And I am happy to say that I was not disappointed.   I find that while I enjoy this stuff on chicken it is even better on pork.   See if you agree!   Very highly recommended!
Makes for some mighty fine eatin'! Makes for some mighty fine eatin'! Makes for some mighty fine eatin'! Makes for some mighty fine eatin'!

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May 16, 2012
Looks appetizing.
 
September 13, 2011
This sounds so good! Thanks for sharing :)
 
September 12, 2011
Oooooh, I love honey in just about everything! Will have to hunt down this sauce :D
 
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Whatever your taste, whatever you?re craving, Sweet Baby Ray?s award-winning BBQ sauce makes it taste better. The taste is thick and sweet with a kick. Fans say it?s the best damn sauce they?ve ever had. But don?t take their word for it, pop a cap for yourself and pour it on thick.

Ingredients
High fructose corn syrup, vinegar, tomato paste, honey, modified food starch, salt, natural flavor, caramel, pineapple juice concentrate, spices, sodium benzoate as a preservative, natural smoke flavor, molasses, garlic, corn syrup, tamarind.

Directions
Refrigerate after opening. Brush on meat during last 15 minutes of barbecuing or broiling.

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