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Kingtony87

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Seeing we have so many politically divisive threads cluttering up our feed right now figured we could bring us together by daily (if i remember) asking a this or that type question about the things that truly truly matter in life.

Todays selection has been brought to you by my lunch.

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I know i may be in the minority here but i gotta go with Carolina Gold over traditional bbq sauce. I'm not a big sweet guy and much prefer the tanginess of that delicious Carolina Gold.
 

tang

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Seeing we have so many politically divisive threads cluttering up our feed right now figured we could bring us together by daily (if i remember) asking a this or that type question about the things that truly truly matter in life.

Todays selection has been brought to you by my lunch.

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I know i may be in the minority here but i gotta go with Carolina Gold over traditional bbq sauce. I'm not a big sweet guy and much prefer the tanginess of that delicious Carolina Gold.
The Trader Joe's Kansas City Barbeque Sauce is pretty money too
 
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i would mix both together in a bowl and then slather it on every thing within reach
 

Dick Niaz

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Between those two, I’d prefer Sweet Baby Ray’s. Speaking of SBR’s, I learned this week that there is as much salt in 3 tablespoons of the BBQ sauce as an entire bag of Lay’s potato chips. (Sweet Baby Ray’s Buffalo wing sauce has as much in 3tbsp as THREE bags of chips)!!!

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Filthy

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Well yes. That was implied. But I needed reference photos. So regular bbq or Carolina gold ?
depends on the cut and what I'm making...for ribs, I do a dry rub and sauce overnight, then add sauce during cooking, finish with a sugar glaze.

the sauce is mildly sweetish, but the rub is not.
 

Kingtony87

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depends on the cut and what I'm making...for ribs, I do a dry rub and sauce overnight, then add sauce during cooking, finish with a sugar glaze.

the sauce is mildly sweetish, but the rub is not.
I was thinking more pulled pork or chicken I suppose. In which case I want gold. For beef whether ribs or brisket I’m probably thinking traditional.
 

Filthy

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I was thinking more pulled pork or chicken I suppose. In which case I want gold. For beef whether ribs or brisket I’m probably thinking traditional.
pulled pork is a tough one. sometimes I do it like a picnic BBQ pulled pork sandwich (slaw on the side, like a gentleman), just make my own sauce with chili sauce/brown sugar/cumin/worcestershire/etc.

But sometimes I do it like a carnitas, and I boil all my peppers and aromatics before pureeing/straining out a sauce.
 

Rambo John J

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Seeing we have so many politically divisive threads cluttering up our feed right now figured we could bring us together by daily (if i remember) asking a this or that type question about the things that truly truly matter in life.

Todays selection has been brought to you by my lunch.

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I know i may be in the minority here but i gotta go with Carolina Gold over traditional bbq sauce. I'm not a big sweet guy and much prefer the tanginess of that delicious Carolina Gold.
I have had both of those
Carolina has more depth
SBR is good for a cheap sugar sauce

I like Spicy Sweet myself
This is one of my favorites that is available most places
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Kingtony87

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pulled pork is a tough one. sometimes I do it like a picnic BBQ pulled pork sandwich (slaw on the side, like a gentleman), just make my own sauce with chili sauce/brown sugar/cumin/worcestershire/etc.

But sometimes I do it like a carnitas, and I boil all my peppers and aromatics before pureeing/straining out a sauce.
I would gladly eat both of them
 

gangsterkathryn

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I like it sweet, but extra extra spicy. I have SBR the sweeter one right now, but I don't really use BBQ sauce often. I wind up just using a dry rub on pork and beef, usually something with notes of apple. I haven't found a wing sauce I love because they're never hot enough, but they're no BBQ-based. Ribs are wet marinade, but it is some crazy concoction my mom makes that's really fucking good.

I really like this thread idea Kingtony87 @Kingtony87 :sunglasses:
 

Hauler

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When I get wings - it's Carolina Gold.

And if they bring me blue cheese instead of ranch I'm throwing bombs.
 

Kingtony87

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Another banger up for today. Which of these bad boys has the better collection of films.

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For me this is a tough one but i gotta go with Stallone. Rocky, Rambo, Tango and more. Super close decision though.
 

Hauler

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Another banger up for today. Which of these bad boys has the better collection of films.

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For me this is a tough one but i gotta go with Stallone. Rocky, Rambo, Tango and more. Super close decision though.
I was going to just jot down "Stallone" because that's my gut instinct, but instead I will rank each of their films that I've seen and compile an average. I will not be showing my work, but will report back.