|Blues Hog Barbecue Sauce|
If you ever have the opportunity to sample the barbecue cooked at a Kansas City Barbecue Society competition, there is a strong chance that you will be tasting Blues Hog barbecue sauce. Blues Hog barbecue sauce is a secret weapon used by many competition barbecue teams. If you want to get an idea of what a lot of competition spare ribs taste like, get yourself some Blues Hog, barbecue some ribs, and glaze them during that last 10 - 15 minutes with Blues Hog.
My favorite way of using Blues Hog barbecue sauce is to mix it 50/50 with Blues Hog Tennessee Red barbecue sauce. Blues Hog Tennessee Red is not as sweet as the original and has a slightly stronger vinegar component.
Here are some chicken thighs I barbecued using a 50/50 mix of the original Blues Hog barbecue sauce and Blues Hog Tennessee Red.
Here are some baby back pork ribs glazed with original Blues Hog. If you don't like really sweet barbecue sauces, you may want to mix the Blues Hog with vinegar, another barbecue sauce, or perhaps even some water to tone it down a bit.
It all was as delicious as it looks.
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