The secret for a great barbecue is really in the sauce?

We have hear a ton of time that the secreat for a great barbecue is in the sauce. Well, it migth be! What is a barbecue chicken, a rack of barbecue ribs or a t-bone steak without a accompaining sauce? Well I am sure this can spark a debate among different school of though ( or I should say barbecuing?…) about the need of sauce, but my own personal experience has lead me to believe that the secret is in the sauce. Let me share with you four barbecue sauce recipes and you will be the judge!Simple Pork Barbeque Sauce 2/3 c. catsup1/3 c. brown sugar1 tbsp. WorcestershireHot sauce to tasteRosemary (crumbled) to taste Mix all ingredients together. A good brand of hot sauce for flavor is Louisiana hot sauce. Brush on pork spare ribs, steaks, or chops while barbequeing or baking. Honey Tomato Barbeque Sauce 1 pkg. taco seasoning1/2 c. tomato sauce2 tbsp. butter1/2 tsp. salt1-2 tbsp. soy sauce1/8 tsp. oregano1/4 tsp. pepper1 sm. onion, diced Saute onions in butter until soft, about 5 minutes. Add all other ingredients and simmer another 5 minutes. Adds a little “zing” to your chicken or meat on the grill. Easy Barbeque Sauce 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce3 tbsp. vinegar1/4 c. catsup1/8 tsp. pepper4 tbsp. sugar1/4 c. chopped onionMix together and cook over low heat 5 minutes. Easily doubled. Barbeque Sauce with a Spicy Kick1/2 tsp. garlic powder1/2 tsp. pepperDash of cayenne1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce1 tsp. onion salt2 tbsp. vinegar1 tsp. sugar2 tbsp. waterRed pepper1/3 c. butter Heat all ingredients, stirring frequently until butter is melted.As I said before, you’ll be the judge. Pick the one that best suits your barbecue venture and enjoy!

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