Sunday, April 30, 2006

Smokemaster BBQ Sauce

Has anyone ever tried this sauce?

http://smokemasterbarbeque.com/_wsn/page2.html

There was an article in the Jacksonville paper about this and I have not seen it before?

If you have, let's hear a review from someone.

Scott

2 comments:

bg said...

This sauce is made locally in Glen St. Mary Florida. My wife saw this guy at the local Winn Dixie promoting the product by giving samples out. I believe they have more than one flavor but don't quote me yet (I will check on it).

Here are the ingredients in order to give you an idea of the flavor range.

Original Sweet Recipe:

Tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, apple vinegar, corn syrup, soybean oil, vegatable oil, salt, peper, spice, water, brown sugar, molasses, mustard flour, xanthan, natural flavorings.

I probably have a pretty immature pallet when it comes to sauces since I am pretty conservative and stuborn. I will not venture to compare this other than to say it is ok but does not drive me to lap up any extra drippings with my bread.

Donald said...

There are five flavors of SmokeMaster sauce. Original Sweet Recipe, Roasted Garlic, Roasted Onion and Pepper, Hot and Spicy (Cayenne) and new Habamero Hot, and it is HOT!!!
They need no refrigeration after opening. Perfect for camping, the RV, or boating.
Used by a wining Memphis in May cooking team...
All around great sauces with exceptional flavor and consistency.
I highly recommend them to anyone looking for that perfect compliment to their meats and seafood.
Reasonably priced and boy do they deliver..!!
All-Natural and made in St. Augustine, Florida.
Use them for marinading, basting, grilling, injecting and just plain old dipping.