Best Commercial Bar B Que Sauce

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  1. sfo1
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    I for one think JC Masterpiece is excellent, thick tangy, so delicious.
     
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    I am a fan of KC Masterpiece (Original) as well. I tried several kinds when I first started making my own ribs and this was my favorite.
     
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    My 2 favorites for the longest time have been KC Masterpiece and Bulls eye. I no longer buy kc masterpiece as I prefer the no high fructose corn syrup option that bulls eye carries.
     
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    I have tried it but it seemed lacking to me.
    I like Bulls Eye also, the original and bold are quite good.
     
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    Speaking about ribs, when I was in Memphis some years ago, one of the waiters in the Bar B Que joint I was in told me that if I wanted really really tender back ribs, I should baste with amixure of water and white vinegar. He was soooooo right, I baste about 4 or 5 times in a really slow oven of about 250 degrees for 2 and 1/2 to 3 hours. I should open my own rib shack, whenever I have guests in for dinner they always request my ribs. Never told them what sauce I use however.
     
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    I boil them in water for ~3 hours. First half hour with just water/vinegar. Then I dump in veggies, spices, sauce, etc. Take them out and let them sit overnight in a gallon ZipLoc full of sauce, etc. When I am ready to serve I just dump them in the broiler or on the grill with more sauce and let them cook until the sauce caramelizes. Mmmmm, ribs.

     
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    \o/ They advertise gluten free right on their home page. Win!
     
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    I like the Red Tail Ale BBQ sauce. Slightly spicy and pretty smoky.
     
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    In no particular order:

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    Sweet Baby Ray's Hickory
     

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