Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Default Vera Perks: Barbecue Sauces

Try making your own barbecue sauces by starting with organic ketchup
as a base.

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On Aug 31, 1:47*pm, Tara Hafiza wrote:
Try making your own barbecue sauces by starting with organic ketchup
as a base.


Maybe...maybe not.
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Chemo the Clown wrote:

On Aug 31, 1:47*pm, Tara Hafiza wrote:
Try making your own barbecue sauces by starting with organic ketchup
as a base.


Maybe...maybe not.


Ketchup? No Way!
Catsup? That's the stuff to use.

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On Sep 3, 9:17*am, "monroe, of course"
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In article
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*Chemo the Clown wrote:

On Aug 31, 1:47*pm, Tara Hafiza wrote:
Try making your own barbecue sauces by starting with organic ketchup
as a base.


Maybe...maybe not.


Ketchup? No Way!
Catsup? That's the stuff to use.


Yep, got to use the inorganic catsup.

Inorganic catsup FTW.
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Try making your own barbecue sauces by starting with organic ketchup
as a base.
I think it's possible.. I've attached an image of the recipe.
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