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Old 09-04-2015, 11:27 AM
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Old 09-04-2015, 11:49 AM
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If that is what is says on the label, it has gots to be true.
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Usually what that means is the product is the same but the container got smaller.
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For what is worth, the new and improved version did away with high fructose corn syrup and went with sugar.
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Originally Posted by Capt Dave View Post
For what is worth, the new and improved version did away with high fructose corn syrup and went with sugar.
sweet.......
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Kraft is my favorite sauce by far. Have not found better IMO.
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bold new graphics, like they do with last years dirtbikes
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Originally Posted by LI Sound Grunt View Post

sweet.......
Literally!
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Originally Posted by mikeloew View Post
Kraft is my favorite sauce by far. Have not found better IMO.
Try the Harris Tetter store brand.
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sweet baby rays ... thats the one!!
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Good Lord why would anyone buy their sauce, they all are water.;?
Make your own, can it and have enough for the entire summer.
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Stubb's.

Sauces and marinades.

Great stuff.
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Sweet Baby Ray's

Nuff said
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It's called Marketing. More lies than a school full of lawyers.
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KC Masterpiece and Jack Daniels No. 7 are still good ones off the self.

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I really like guy fieri's sauces you should try them
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
Good Lord why would anyone buy their sauce, they all are water.;?
Make your own, can it and have enough for the entire summer.
This. Way better and cheaper.
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Originally Posted by spraynet 1 View Post
Good Lord why would anyone buy their sauce, they all are water.;?
Make your own, can it and have enough for the entire summer.
Actually I do with spices, tomato sauce (my own) molasses, soy sauce viniger, Italian dressing French (clear dressing, ketchup and whatever looks good in the refridge. I add some "smoke sauce" and Krafts also. .Sweet baby Rays is way too sweet for me. I need about a gallon as I marinate overnight. The dry rub ribs all come out too dry for me. People line up and this as become my signature BBQ dish. Have never had better ribs ANYWHERE

Cook for about 2 hours covered on low before I crisp them on the open flame

Last time I made them Frank Underwood showed up.
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Rufus Teagues and Stubbs make good sauces.
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Originally Posted by magua View Post
This. Way better and cheaper.
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