Best BBQ in all 50 states

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  1. diamondheadtiger

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    That's a lot more reasonable. I paid $9 for a bottle of sauce when I was in a store and the guy who created it was there give tastes of it. He was from Louisiana and said he had worked some places in the orient. I think it was called Caision BBQ or something like that. It was great but I haven't seen it again on any grocery store shelves.
     
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    I might be a heretic, but I use BBQ sauce almost every time I eat it. When I make the sauce, I simmer a lemon sized cheesecloth sachet of whole cloves and pickling spices in the sauce for a half hour or so until it tastes how I like it. For some reason, it makes it unique tasting.

    I try to make the sauce concentrated flavorwise because it gets diluted when a bite of meat is eaten along with it. It tastes different out the pot than it does on meat.
     
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    Every time you eat what? Pancakes? Ice cream? Gumbo?
     
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    Smoked meat...BBQ. lol
     

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