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Commercial sauce: 'Bone Suckin' Sauce'

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    Commercial sauce: 'Bone Suckin' Sauce'

    Have any of you used the commercial product 'Bone Suckin' Sauce'? I tried it yesterday (bought at a big-box hardware store), and was not crazy about it - somewhat bland. It claims to have gotten awards from a health magazine and a food web site.

    I'd like to give it a chance if I knew what style it was supposed to be. If it's a version of a regional sauce, like a Lexington red, I'd be more interested in it.

    #2
    I have tried l was similarly unimpressed. Not bad mind you. Just nothing special to me.

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      #3
      I have their steak rub and it’s also bland. It’s not bad but not great. Also, it seems like pretty much every brand claims to be “award winning”

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        #4
        I did buy a 3-pack of commercial sauces from a guy who is supposedly famous for BBQ in Austin, TX. 😉 I liked all of them right away. Well, not on the same cut of meat.

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          #5
          It’s a Western Carolina style sauce. Meathead references to it as a good « benchmark » sauce for that style. My pork bbq’ing style is quite « Carolina », so when I run out of my homemade sauces, I actually like the Bone Suckin’. There’s a « thin », « thicker » and « hot » version up here in the Great White North. But it’s getting tougher to find.
          Last edited by BigBry; August 20, 2020, 06:29 AM.

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            #6
            I like it. It is really good on ribs.
            That being said I have come to love Blues Hog’s sauces.

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            • TripleB
              TripleB commented
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              A 1 to 1 ratio of original Blues Hog's and original Head Country is my BBQ sauce.

            • Mr. Bones
              Mr. Bones commented
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              Thanks fer th Tip; Ain't tried me that there Suicide Slurpee, jus yer, but it's Deffo now in trial assessment stages
              Last edited by Mr. Bones; August 20, 2020, 11:39 PM.

            • barelfly
              barelfly commented
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              Blues Hog - Tennessee Red! My favorite!

            #7
            Bone suckin mustard is my favorite mustard. It’s really good!

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              #8
              As previously stated here: Typically no sauce on Any Thing...mebbe a lil out on th side, mebbe a variety; depends on on who / how many I might be feedin...

              So, based upon above secrets, what, jus zackly, gonna happen, when I take Blues Hog, Head Country original, an some Bone Suckin Mustard, an mix em up, equal parts?
              Last edited by Mr. Bones; August 21, 2020, 06:54 AM.

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                #9
                Blues Hog Smokey Mountain fan here for a good all-round sauce.

                For pork, Dreamland's Sauce is outstanding.

                Kathryn

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                  #10
                  Big Bob Gibson championship sauce....is fanstick

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