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    a great sauce for ribs

    Looking for a special sauce to sauce ribs that is not typical BBQ sweet. More of a southern style flavorful coating on a pork rib. Appreciate any help out there.

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    Ketchup and mustard... go heavy on the mustard...... or try some hot mustard...... like english mustard or that brown crap..... or some mustard powder...
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    Isnt south carolina style bbq sauce more mustard based ???
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    Look up Roadhouse bbq sauce. They have 4 or 5 flavors. Sweet, hot original, I think a southwest and so on. Personally, I mix their hot and spicy with the sweet and tangy 50/50 and put that on my bbq meats
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    Sweet Baby Rays is my go-to ... but I like to tweak it a bit with a bit of ketchup, vinegar, S&P, etc...

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    Zeb's sauce is my go to sauce for ribs. They have two one is more vinegar and pepper and another that has some ketchup. South Carolina sauces depend on where you live. There is vinegar and pepper in the Pee Dee, mustard in the midlands, and different ketchup sauces in the upstate and lowcountry. I prefer the vinegar and pepper because that is what I was raised on.

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    Sweet Baby Ray's is the best!

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    Sweet Baby Ray's is my go to for ribs when I'm too lazy to make my own sauce.

    I like Stubb's too, but use it more for chicken than pork.

    If you rub the ribs down with plain old yellow hot dog mustard and then coat them liberally with a good rub before cooking, you may find you don't need sauce except to have on the side for dipping.
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    I use SBR's and a hotter mustard to enhance the store bought sauce a bit.

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    If you don’t screw up the ribs you don’t have to hide it in sauce��
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    thanks for sharing!

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    bodacious bar-b-que spice dry rub. easiest, best stuff going. don't tell anyone I told you! 903-759-3000 white oak TEXAS

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    bodacious bar-b-que spice dry rub. easiest, best stuff going. don't tell anyone I told you! 903-759-3000 white oak TEXAS

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