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Before you reach for that bottle, no I don't mean that bottle of booze, think twice, as homemade barbecue sauce is easy to make, delicious, and a new experience.  After you've made your own barbecue sauce and grown accustomed to the delicious, fresh flavor and unique taste, you'll leave the bottle where it belongs... on the grocer's shelf!  Ditto can be said for marinades and rubs...

Basque Marinade/ BBQ Sauce:  After carefully analyzing the contents of this outstanding commercial sauce, I came up with a copycat version that I can make for a fraction of the price.

Carolina Marinade:  In the Carolinas, barbecue means pork, and pork is marinated in this vinegar-based marinade to add zest and flavor.

Carolina-Style Clear Sauce:  If you're grilling or smoking pork, eastern Carolina-style, you'll love this delicious and easy-to-make barbecue sauce.

Carolina-Style Red Sauce:  As you move west in the Carolinas, tomatoes begin to appear in the barbecue sauce, and this is a recipe for Piedmont-style barbecue sauce.

Kansas City-Style Barbecue Sauce:  Once you discover how delicious and easy this sauce is to make at home, you'll toss away the bottle forever.

Texas "Red Eye" Barbecue Sauce:  The secret to this tangy sauce is a healthy dose of strong coffee, and the flavor of this sauce is a big as Texas.

All-Purpose Barbecue Rub:  This rub is easy to make, and will enhance the flavor of poultry, pork, beef, goat and lamb entrees.

Turkey Baste:  Here's an all-purpose recipe for a baste for your roasted, grilled, or smoked turkey, which will implant delicious, buttery flavor, and keep the meat moist and tender.

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