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  1. #1
    Paul the Q noob Guest

    Default BBQ Sauce Recipe

    I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    with something like water?

    In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    thoughts.

    Thanks,
    Paul

  2. #2
    Phred Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    In article <[email protected]>, Paul the Q noob <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >with something like water?
    >
    >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >thoughts.


    Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)

    <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>

    The instant coffee is certainly from left field! YMMV.
    Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?

    Cheers, Phred.

    --
    [email protected]LID


  3. #3
    Phred Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    In article <[email protected]>, Paul the Q noob <[email protected]> wrote:
    >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >with something like water?
    >
    >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >thoughts.


    Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)

    <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>

    The instant coffee is certainly from left field! YMMV.
    Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?

    Cheers, Phred.

    --
    [email protected]LID


  4. #4
    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:
    > In article <05490ccd-3f71-4a33-a6ae-d0f1f076e...@y38g2000hsy.googlegroups.com>, Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    >
    > >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > >with something like water?

    >
    > >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > >thoughts.

    >
    > Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    >
    > <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    >
    > The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    > Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?
    >
    > Cheers, Phred.
    >
    > --
    > ppnerkDEL...@THISyahoo.com.INVALID


    Thanks.

    Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    scratch?

    I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    fridge for weeks.

    I'm figuring you need to start off with tomato paste, or stewed
    tomatoes, or something along those lines, right?

    Then from there you add things like molasses (or white/brown sugar),
    worcestershire sauce, onion, maybe peppers, maybe garlic.

    I know I don't want to make pasta sauce so I have to be careful there
    isn't too much tomato.

    I'm just looking for a place to start, rather than an exact recipe.
    That way I can experiment.

    Thanks again

  5. #5
    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:
    > In article <05490ccd-3f71-4a33-a6ae-d0f1f076e...@y38g2000hsy.googlegroups.com>, Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    >
    > >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > >with something like water?

    >
    > >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > >thoughts.

    >
    > Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    >
    > <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    >
    > The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    > Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?
    >
    > Cheers, Phred.
    >
    > --
    > ppnerkDEL...@THISyahoo.com.INVALID


    Thanks.

    Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    scratch?

    I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    fridge for weeks.

    I'm figuring you need to start off with tomato paste, or stewed
    tomatoes, or something along those lines, right?

    Then from there you add things like molasses (or white/brown sugar),
    worcestershire sauce, onion, maybe peppers, maybe garlic.

    I know I don't want to make pasta sauce so I have to be careful there
    isn't too much tomato.

    I'm just looking for a place to start, rather than an exact recipe.
    That way I can experiment.

    Thanks again

  6. #6
    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 11:45*am, Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > In article <05490ccd-3f71-4a33-a6ae-d0f1f076e...@y38g2000hsy.googlegroups.com>, Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > > >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > > >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > > >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    >
    > > >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > > >with something like water?

    >
    > > >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > > >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > > >thoughts.

    >
    > > Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > > (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)

    >
    > > <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>

    >
    > > The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    > > Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?

    >
    > > Cheers, Phred.

    >
    > > --
    > > ppnerkDEL...@THISyahoo.com.INVALID

    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    > Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    > scratch?
    >
    > I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    > fridge for weeks.
    >
    > I'm figuring you need to start off with tomato paste, or stewed
    > tomatoes, or something along those lines, right?
    >
    > Then from there you add things like molasses (or white/brown sugar),
    > worcestershire sauce, onion, maybe peppers, maybe garlic.
    >
    > I know I don't want to make pasta sauce so I have to be careful there
    > isn't too much tomato.
    >
    > I'm just looking for a place to start, rather than an exact recipe.
    > That way I can experiment.
    >
    > Thanks again- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Ah, I think I found what I'm looking for:
    http://www.ehow.com/how_2001125_sauc...paign=yssp_art

    Does this sound like the basic way to start making BBQ sauce?

  7. #7
    Paul McNoob Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 11:45*am, Paul McNoob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > In article <05490ccd-3f71-4a33-a6ae-d0f1f076e...@y38g2000hsy.googlegroups.com>, Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:

    >
    > > >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > > >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > > >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > > >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    >
    > > >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > > >with something like water?

    >
    > > >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > > >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > > >thoughts.

    >
    > > Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > > (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)

    >
    > > <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>

    >
    > > The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    > > Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?

    >
    > > Cheers, Phred.

    >
    > > --
    > > ppnerkDEL...@THISyahoo.com.INVALID

    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    > Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    > scratch?
    >
    > I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    > fridge for weeks.
    >
    > I'm figuring you need to start off with tomato paste, or stewed
    > tomatoes, or something along those lines, right?
    >
    > Then from there you add things like molasses (or white/brown sugar),
    > worcestershire sauce, onion, maybe peppers, maybe garlic.
    >
    > I know I don't want to make pasta sauce so I have to be careful there
    > isn't too much tomato.
    >
    > I'm just looking for a place to start, rather than an exact recipe.
    > That way I can experiment.
    >
    > Thanks again- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Ah, I think I found what I'm looking for:
    http://www.ehow.com/how_2001125_sauc...paign=yssp_art

    Does this sound like the basic way to start making BBQ sauce?

  8. #8
    Steve Pope Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    Paul McNoob <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:


    >>Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:


    >>> I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,

    and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    >>> In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >>> with something like water?


    >>> In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >>> recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >>> thoughts.


    >> Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    >> (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)


    >> <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>


    >> The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    >> Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?


    >Thanks.


    >Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    >scratch?


    >I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    >fridge for weeks.


    I'm not sure it's practical to keep it quite that long.

    If your recipe includes catsup, it's not too difficult to
    find a HFCS-free catsup. Otherwise, a mixture of tomato paste,
    water, and either blueberry or apricot jam works. (Making
    sure the latter are also HFCS-free too.) You can try leaving
    out the tomato ingredient entirely but my experience is it
    wants some tomato in it, even if the effect you're going for
    is a non-tomato-y sauce.

    I always put brewed coffee, a little liquid smoke, vinegar, and
    cayenne in. Some may prefer to leave out any of these.


    Steve

  9. #9
    Steve Pope Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    Paul McNoob <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:


    >>Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:


    >>> I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,

    and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)

    >>> In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >>> with something like water?


    >>> In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >>> recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >>> thoughts.


    >> Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    >> (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)


    >> <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>


    >> The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    >> Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?


    >Thanks.


    >Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    >scratch?


    >I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    >fridge for weeks.


    I'm not sure it's practical to keep it quite that long.

    If your recipe includes catsup, it's not too difficult to
    find a HFCS-free catsup. Otherwise, a mixture of tomato paste,
    water, and either blueberry or apricot jam works. (Making
    sure the latter are also HFCS-free too.) You can try leaving
    out the tomato ingredient entirely but my experience is it
    wants some tomato in it, even if the effect you're going for
    is a non-tomato-y sauce.

    I always put brewed coffee, a little liquid smoke, vinegar, and
    cayenne in. Some may prefer to leave out any of these.


    Steve

  10. #10
    Dan S. Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    After serious thinking Paul the Q noob wrote :
    > I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    > In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > with something like water?
    >
    > In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > thoughts.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Paul


    You might look for one with raisins and tomatoes in place of catsup.
    You still need to add some vinegar in my opinion.



  11. #11
    Dan S. Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    After serious thinking Paul the Q noob wrote :
    > I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    > In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > with something like water?
    >
    > In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > thoughts.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Paul


    You might look for one with raisins and tomatoes in place of catsup.
    You still need to add some vinegar in my opinion.



  12. #12
    Gregory Morrow Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe


    Phred wrote:

    > In article

    <[email protected]>, Paul
    the Q noob <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    > >
    > >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > >with something like water?
    > >
    > >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > >thoughts.

    >
    > Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    >
    > <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    >
    > The instant coffee is certainly from left field! YMMV.
    > Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?
    >


    I use Coca - Cola in my BBQ sauce. I reduce it first, this can be done
    easily in the microwave, or on the stove...do *not* use Diet Coke for this!
    Dr. Pepper also works well...

    --
    Best
    Greg



  13. #13
    Gregory Morrow Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe


    Phred wrote:

    > In article

    <[email protected]>, Paul
    the Q noob <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    > >
    > >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > >with something like water?
    > >
    > >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > >thoughts.

    >
    > Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    >
    > <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    >
    > The instant coffee is certainly from left field! YMMV.
    > Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?
    >


    I use Coca - Cola in my BBQ sauce. I reduce it first, this can be done
    easily in the microwave, or on the stove...do *not* use Diet Coke for this!
    Dr. Pepper also works well...

    --
    Best
    Greg



  14. #14
    Robert Klute Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Mon, 9 Jun 2008 06:10:00 -0700 (PDT), Paul the Q noob
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >with something like water?
    >
    >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >thoughts.


    Tomato sauce, brown sugar, vinegar, salt & pepper. Commonly added are
    molasses, red pepper/cayenne, garlic, sauted onions. Optionally,
    Worcestrshire sauce, mustard, cumin, Tabasco, or any thing else that
    falls in.

  15. #15
    Robert Klute Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Mon, 9 Jun 2008 06:10:00 -0700 (PDT), Paul the Q noob
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    >and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    >because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    >that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    >In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >with something like water?
    >
    >In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >thoughts.


    Tomato sauce, brown sugar, vinegar, salt & pepper. Commonly added are
    molasses, red pepper/cayenne, garlic, sauted onions. Optionally,
    Worcestrshire sauce, mustard, cumin, Tabasco, or any thing else that
    falls in.

  16. #16
    Walter Chan the Chinese Food Man Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 9:10 am, Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >

    If you want to make your bbq sauce from scratch, you must learn to
    make your own vinegar, tomato sauce, mustard, sugar. Grow your own
    ingredients etc. I don't think you're up for that so re phrase your
    question. Maybe you want to make your sauce with available
    ingredients other than high fructose corn syrup or ketchup? Actually
    with your food IQ, I recommend you purchase bottled sauce. Forget
    about your baby, and feed it baby food. For grown ups, bbq sauce is
    usually made from unhealthy ****.

    > In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > with something like water?
    >
    > In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > thoughts.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Paul



  17. #17
    Walter Chan the Chinese Food Man Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 9:10 am, Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    > and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >

    If you want to make your bbq sauce from scratch, you must learn to
    make your own vinegar, tomato sauce, mustard, sugar. Grow your own
    ingredients etc. I don't think you're up for that so re phrase your
    question. Maybe you want to make your sauce with available
    ingredients other than high fructose corn syrup or ketchup? Actually
    with your food IQ, I recommend you purchase bottled sauce. Forget
    about your baby, and feed it baby food. For grown ups, bbq sauce is
    usually made from unhealthy ****.

    > In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > with something like water?
    >
    > In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > thoughts.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Paul



  18. #18
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Mon, 09 Jun 2008 14:18:21 GMT, [email protected] (Phred)
    wrote:

    >In article <[email protected]>, Paul the Q noob <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    >>and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    >>because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    >>that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >>
    >>In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >>with something like water?
    >>
    >>In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >>recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >>thoughts.

    >
    >Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    >(And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    >
    ><http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    >
    >The instant coffee is certainly from left field! YMMV.
    >Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?
    >
    >Cheers, Phred.


    coffee can be quite good in this sort of thing. i might use the
    freeze-dried stuff instead of instant though. i used to keep a jar of
    it for just this purpose.

    your pal,
    blake



  19. #19
    blake murphy Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Mon, 09 Jun 2008 14:18:21 GMT, [email protected] (Phred)
    wrote:

    >In article <[email protected]>, Paul the Q noob <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,
    >>and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    >>because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    >>that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >>
    >>In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    >>with something like water?
    >>
    >>In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    >>recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    >>thoughts.

    >
    >Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    >(And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    >
    ><http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    >
    >The instant coffee is certainly from left field! YMMV.
    >Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?
    >
    >Cheers, Phred.


    coffee can be quite good in this sort of thing. i might use the
    freeze-dried stuff instead of instant though. i used to keep a jar of
    it for just this purpose.

    your pal,
    blake



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    Paul the Q noob Guest

    Default Re: BBQ Sauce Recipe

    On Jun 9, 11:51*am, spop...@speedymail.org (Steve Pope) wrote:
    > Paul McNoob *<meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    > >On Jun 9, 10:18*am, ppnerkDELETET...@yahoo.com (Phred) wrote:
    > >>Paul the Q noob <meat...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > >>> I am currently searchin' the 'net for some homemade bbq sauce recipes,

    >
    > and found some that use catsup. I don't wanna use anything like catsup
    > because I want to do this all from scratch. (especially to cut out all
    > that high fructose corn syrup crap for my 1 year old)
    >
    > >>> In place of catsup, do I use tomato paste or dilute the tomato paste
    > >>> with something like water?
    > >>> In the meantime, if anyone has any delicious yet simple bbq sauce
    > >>> recipes I'd appreciate it. I'll follow up with any I find for
    > >>> thoughts.
    > >> Here's one from an Oz site, listed here without prejudice. :-)
    > >> (And without any useful comment from me for that matter!)
    > >> <http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe/Barbeque-Sauce-L518.html>
    > >> The instant coffee is certainly from left field! *YMMV.
    > >> Also, I perhaps you could use less sugar if you're so inclined?

    > >Thanks.
    > >Maybe my question should be: how do you go about making BBQ sauce from
    > >scratch?
    > >I'd like to make a big ol' batch, so I can keep it in the back of the
    > >fridge for weeks.

    >
    > I'm not sure it's practical to keep it quite that long.
    >
    > If your recipe includes catsup, it's not too difficult to
    > find a HFCS-free catsup. *Otherwise, a mixture of tomato paste,
    > water, and either blueberry or apricot jam works. *(Making
    > sure the latter are also HFCS-free too.) *You can try leaving
    > out the tomato ingredient entirely but my experience is it
    > wants some tomato in it, even if the effect you're going for
    > is a non-tomato-y sauce.
    >
    > I always put brewed coffee, a little liquid smoke, vinegar, and
    > cayenne in. *Some may prefer to leave out any of these.
    >
    > Steve


    Ah, true.. HFCS-free catsup!

    Ah, vinegar. Forgot about that part!

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