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Topic Title: new bbq sauce
Created on July 1, 2012 at 07:13 PM


do i want t marrinete breast or grill and coat as cooking need to know best way to get brown coated bbq breast


i dunno maybe try to type ligible sentences and you mightgetaresponse.

springfeild bob

just want to know best way to use new 487 sauce. and if you dont know dont be smart a__ and answer


I agree that Sam was a bit out of line, but your post was very hard to understand.
Do both. Marinate it overnight for flavor before putting on the grill, then brush a little on at the end for the coating.
Hope this helps.

Tom Kirkman

Check to see if it contains sugar. If so, you have to be careful that it doesn't burn on the grill. Sugar burns easily and leaves a black char.

Generally, when I use any BBQ sauce containing sugar, I never apply it to the food until after I remove the food, or perhaps no more than 5 to 10 minutes before I take it off the grill. This latter approach allows it to carmalize on the food, but not burn. Putting it on too early will almost surely result in burned sauce.


how do I BBQ sauce?

And I'm being the smart a__ !!!

I thought it was a joke.




I think Sam's the Man! If u dun't no da bazics of grillen, dunt be hatfield an mcoy wen sumwon responds to yur post. Enjoy life, grill often, and become one with your inner self!