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Sauces

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by lemmywinks, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. lemmywinks

    lemmywinks Well-Known Member

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    What are your favorite sauces?

    I like

    Dark soy sauce
    Maggi (good stuff)
    Taco Bell fire sauce
    Whole grain mustard
    Lee Kum Kee Chili Garlic Sauce
    Oyster sauce

    Yea I'm Asian. I'm still looking for a good barbecue sauce though.
     
  2. thekunk07

    thekunk07 Well-Known Member

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    will pm you my bbq sauce recipe, has won 4 awards.

    What are your favorite sauces?

    I like

    Dark soy sauce
    Maggi (good stuff)
    Taco Bell fire sauce
    Whole grain mustard
    Lee Kum Kee Chili Garlic Sauce
    Oyster sauce

    Yea I'm Asian. I'm still looking for a good barbecue sauce though.
     
  3. terb3ar

    terb3ar Well-Known Member

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    - Heinz tomato ketchup
    - Mae Ploy sweet chili sauce
    - Any BBQ sauce
    - Ranch dressing (especially bacon-flavored)
    - Thousand Island dressing (GREATEST EVER)
     
  4. TGPlastic

    TGPlastic Well-Known Member

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    Special Sauce is the fucking number one. I also like Bearnaise, hollandaise, and creamy fucking horseradish. Aioli is for fags.
     
  5. DNW

    DNW Well-Known Member

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    will pm you my bbq sauce recipe, has won 4 awards.

    Why don't you just post it here? What's the big secret?
     
  6. ter1413

    ter1413 Well-Known Member

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    Barilla green and black olive sauce.
    Any hot sauce.
     
  7. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Well-Known Member

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    Entirely depends on what the sauce is being put on.

    I am a big fan of my homemade apricot brandy sauce over chicken breast though.
     
  8. robin

    robin Well-Known Member

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    Why don't you just post it here? What's the big secret?

    Marlon Brando: Well, you know.. I want you to try one of these cookies - here. [ offers cookie to Larry, who's shy to accept ] No, no, no.. go ahead, try one. [ Larry takes a cookie ] And don't lie to me - if you like it, youtell me you liked it.

    Larry King: Anything for the great Marlon Brando. [ nibbles cookie ]

    Marlon Brando: What do you think?

    Larry King: Interesting. Are these also made from the Sereconi plant?

    Marlon Brando: [ slyly ] I'm not gonna tell you what it's made from.

    Larry King: [ worried ] Is it something that could make me sick?

    Marlon Brando: Perhaps.. perhaps not.

    Larry King: [ more worried ] Is it something that cookies are not normally made from?

    Marlon Brando: Well.. let's just say, you know.. maybe what it's made from will put a cookie-eating grin on your face. [ chuckles ]
     
  9. Trinitrogen Oxide

    Trinitrogen Oxide Active Member

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    Nobodies mentioned Franks Red Hot yet?
    And I love that ginger sauce you get at Japanese teppenyaki restaraunts
    BBQ sauce
     
  10. Pezzaturra

    Pezzaturra Well-Known Member

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    Whatever they advertise on tv and sell at my local Supermarket.[​IMG]
     
  11. jmolt

    jmolt Member

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    Ranch
    Chick-fil-A sauce
     
  12. chronoaug

    chronoaug Well-Known Member

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    will pm you my bbq sauce recipe, has won 4 awards.

    your wife is gonna kill you. i'm gonna tattle
     
  13. deejaysoy

    deejaysoy Well-Known Member

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    Maggi is crackin
    my other is the Lee Kum Kee Hoison..

    Should cut back though, too much sodium.
     
  14. globetrotter

    globetrotter Well-Known Member

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    will pm you my bbq sauce recipe, has won 4 awards.

    me too, me too!
     
  15. pajames

    pajames Well-Known Member

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    I'm a big fan of Sweet Baby Ray BBQ sauce. It's a matter of taste though.
     
  16. ChicagoRon

    ChicagoRon Well-Known Member

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    This is a bit of a consolidation post, as there have been a number sauce threads in the past, but I love to re-state my favorites -

    Condiments -

    Sriracha
    tabasco
    57
    Lee & Perins
    Cluck - U Nuclear and Thermo-Nuclear
    McDonalds Hot mustard and Sweet and Sour
    Hoisin


    Sauces -
    Hollandaise
    Bernaise
    Dianne
     
  17. globetrotter

    globetrotter Well-Known Member

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    I buy a lot of various sauces when I travel, but most aren't available in the US - a lot of different stuff from china, thailand, malaysia, india, as well as south america. every little hole has a local BBQ or dipping sauce. the fun part is the variety.
     
  18. why

    why Well-Known Member

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    I make my sauces from three different kinds of spices that I grind at home.
     
  19. Quatsch

    Quatsch Well-Known Member

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    Condiments:

    Tzatziki
    Siracha
    Dijon mustard
    salsa verde

    Sauces:
    Amatriciana
    pesto
    sawmill gravy
    bernaise/hollandaise
     
  20. ChicagoRon

    ChicagoRon Well-Known Member

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    Good call on Pesto...

    And I forgot Harissa
     

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