Making Homemade BBQ Sauce 4 Ways » Sweet | Vinegar | Mustard | White

BBQ sauce can be an excellent way to finish off food that is cooked on the smoker or simply served up as a sauce for other grilled …


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  1. I enjoyed watching this video so much, learnt so much so fast! No wasting time with slow motions añd no unnecessary chat in between, just to the point and so well spoken and encouraging! I cannot wait to try these sauces!
    Are these sauces god eaten with a the after it is cooked or are these sauces used as marinades?

  2. The 'white sauce' is NOT bbq. Horseradish has no place in BBQ, it's a condiment for meat after it's been cooked. This whole video is bullshit. Save your time and look elsewhere, people. FFS

  3. Great video. I love BBQ sauce but I have never been able to acquire a taste for the Alabama sauce. I just don't like mayo. Do you think sour cream would be a good substitute for the mayo?

  4. HI! Great recipes, love your channel. Did your chicken soup the other night, it was outstanding. QUESTION: what model Dynamic Immersion Blender are you using, please? Is that a 12” or 14”? Any idea where to buy? THANKS!

  5. In a last minute effort to make my teens SOMETHING for lunch, I found some leftover shredded chicken and a bag of yeast rolls… ok… BBQ for lunch! But no sauce. Looked this up and BAM, I made a sweeter version of the vinegar based sauce, and my teens were saved from yet another pizza run. Thanks!!

  6. Best way I’ve found to check how my BBQ sauce tastes is to dip regular lays potato chips in a little and if they taste great together, the sauce is fantastic. Not sure why but it works for me every time!

  7. I’ve lived in “The Carolinas.” While I loved being there and thought the seafood was amazing, I couldn’t find good BBQ to save my life. Kansas City BBQ is much better and there is more and better sauce in the stores.

  8. I bought a top notch BBQ a few years back. My brother threatened to steal it if I did not start using it for something other than taking up space on my deck. With such a threat, I started to grill burgers and hot dogs. Last year, I hosted a young man from Turkey who grilled all types of kabobs, I raise sheep so he grilled chops, ribs…But we just grill. I haven't yet slathered anything with sauce and bbq'd it. Could you show how to use these sauces. Before/during/after grilling. Or all. Thank you.

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