Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce @ B&M £0.99
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Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ Sauce @ B&M £0.99

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Found 16th Feb 2015
510g bottle of very nice American sauce - won some awards apparently 8-)
Can be found in some supermarkets for around £3 and more in places that sell imported stuff
Best before date was March 2015 but I doubt it turns to poison post March

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bubba Ray ?!

Hot, although most people have enough product in their pantry to mix up a simple ass kicking bbq sauce of their own, Possibly with less sugar in too! ..worth giving it a go. but yes good price for the stuff.

Have about 30 bottles of this stuff (Hickory and brown sugar barbecue sauce) that got discounted last year as near date. Perfectly good to use as a dip or marinade.

Banned

My choice of USA BBQ sauce when I visit Texas with work. Awesome stuff as they say ! And at this price a bargain. Good if you can find it.

It's the only barbecue sauce that I like, a great accompaniment to pulled pork....

steve123uk

Have about 30 bottles of this stuff (Hickory and brown sugar barbecue … Have about 30 bottles of this stuff (Hickory and brown sugar barbecue sauce) that got discounted last year as near date. Perfectly good to use as a dip or marinade.



Just the 30?

notahoarder

get the table!

Chipotle level heat added

Great sauce! I usually import some from the states when I visit but if I can find a B&M, no need to fill up the luggage now
How does B&M work with stock - will this be nationwide or store specific?

mn2jtp

Great sauce! I usually import some from the states when I visit but if I … Great sauce! I usually import some from the states when I visit but if I can find a B&M, no need to fill up the luggage now :)How does B&M work with stock - will this be nationwide or store specific?



Tesco sell it near me, I think it is £2.99 a bottle though, I have bought it when it was on sale at 1.50 & 1.99.

That guy is pretty famous in the states . I'm gonna make sure I pick up some of that sweet stuff

Heat added was on next weeks shopping list

Cheers will take a look in my local

Original Poster

mn2jtp

Great sauce! I usually import some from the states when I visit but if I … Great sauce! I usually import some from the states when I visit but if I can find a B&M, no need to fill up the luggage now :)How does B&M work with stock - will this be nationwide or store specific?

They are pretty good at rolling out the same items to stores nationwide. There are 2 in Northampton and they often have the same stuff stocked

Amazing deal, wish I had one of these nearby. Usually load up my suitcase with the stuff when I am back in the states.

notahoarder



Brilliant

Epic deal £2.99 in tesck

This is rubbish, dont buy it !!!































Hopefully there will be a couple of bottles left for me tomorrow now X)

Best sauce ever

Has this got 'High Fructose Corn Syrup' in it?

tryn2help

Has this got 'High Fructose Corn Syrup' in it?



Yeah, it's crap....steer clear (_;)

Has anyone ever tried using this in foreplay instead of chocolate? Just wondered.

Make your own, tasty and much healthier;



Yield: 2 1/2 cups

Homemade Barbecue Sauce

Ingredients

1 1/4 cups ketchup
1 cup dark brown sugar
1/4 cup molasses
1/4 cup pineapple juice
1/4 cup water
1 tspn chipotle chilli powder
2 1/2 teaspoons ground mustard
2 teaspoons paprika
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
pinch cayenne pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 tablespoon corn starch dissolved in 1/8 cup cold water (optional)

Instructions

Whisk together all ingredients (except the corn starch in water) in a medium pot over medium heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes, until sugar has dissolved. For a thicker sauce, add the corn starch and water mixture. Then simmer for up to 15 minutes, until desired thickness is reached. Keep in mind that it may thicken slightly more while cooling. Serve immediately or cover and store in the refrigerator.
Once cooled, you may portion and freeze the sauce. Then thaw in the fridge and use as needed.

Edited by: "tryn2help" 16th Feb 2015

Original Poster

Monkeybumcheeks

Yeah, it's crap....steer clear (_;)


Haha you're cracking me up

i got this to have with my pulled pork and its a lovely sauce. i will go to my local b&m and stock up!!

Monkeybumcheeks

Yeah, it's crap....steer clear (_;)



If you google High Fructose Corn Syrup the top 3 results are wikipedia, 5 Reasons High Fructose Corn Syrup Will Kill You (by Dr Hyman ;)) and Why You Should Never Eat High Fructose Corn Syrup. No wonder people get worried lol, they click on those attention grabbing headlines and ignore the wiki even though it says HCFS is basically the same as honey and normal sugar.

Watch out for Glucose-Fructose syrup too! X)
Edited by: "yrreb88" 16th Feb 2015

tryn2help

Make your own, tasty and much healthier;Yield: 2 1/2 cupsHomemade … Make your own, tasty and much healthier;Yield: 2 1/2 cupsHomemade Barbecue SauceIngredients 1 1/4 cups ketchup 1 cup dark brown sugar 1/4 cup molasses 1/4 cup pineapple juice 1/4 cup water 1 tspn chipotle chilli powder 2 1/2 teaspoons ground mustard 2 teaspoons paprika 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder pinch cayenne pepper 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon corn starch dissolved in 1/8 cup cold water (optional)Instructions Whisk together all ingredients (except the corn starch in water) in a medium pot over medium heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes, until sugar has dissolved. For a thicker sauce, add the corn starch and water mixture. Then simmer for up to 15 minutes, until desired thickness is reached. Keep in mind that it may thicken slightly more while cooling. Serve immediately or cover and store in the refrigerator. Once cooled, you may portion and freeze the sauce. Then thaw in the fridge and use as needed.




Cheers Tryn2help, I might try that..........................




































.............but only if I cant get a couple of litres from B&M !!

MR GUS

Hot, although most people have enough product in their pantry to mix up a … Hot, although most people have enough product in their pantry to mix up a simple ass kicking bbq sauce of their own, Possibly with less sugar in too! ..worth giving it a go. but yes good price for the stuff.



Most people don't even have a pantry..

tryn2help

Make your own, tasty and much healthier;Yield: 2 1/2 cupsHomemade … Make your own, tasty and much healthier;Yield: 2 1/2 cupsHomemade Barbecue SauceIngredients 1 1/4 cups ketchup 1 cup dark brown sugar 1/4 cup molasses 1/4 cup pineapple juice 1/4 cup water 1 tspn chipotle chilli powder 2 1/2 teaspoons ground mustard 2 teaspoons paprika 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder pinch cayenne pepper 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 tablespoon corn starch dissolved in 1/8 cup cold water (optional)Instructions Whisk together all ingredients (except the corn starch in water) in a medium pot over medium heat. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes, until sugar has dissolved. For a thicker sauce, add the corn starch and water mixture. Then simmer for up to 15 minutes, until desired thickness is reached. Keep in mind that it may thicken slightly more while cooling. Serve immediately or cover and store in the refrigerator. Once cooled, you may portion and freeze the sauce. Then thaw in the fridge and use as needed.



I don't have all day to make a blob of BBQ for my potato wedges..

yrreb88

If you google High Fructose Corn Syrup the top 3 results are wikipedia, 5 … If you google High Fructose Corn Syrup the top 3 results are wikipedia, 5 Reasons High Fructose Corn Syrup Will Kill You (by Dr Hyman ;)) and Why You Should Never Eat High Fructose Corn Syrup. No wonder people get worried lol, they click on those attention grabbing headlines and ignore the wiki even though it says HCFS is basically the same as honey and normal sugar. Watch out for Glucose-Fructose syrup too! X)


With all due respect, yrreb, I worked in media for long enough to know how it operates.

When my cardiologist - someone respected throughout the world - tells me to avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup, I tend to think he knows what he's talking about.
Also, the claims that it's the same as honey or beet sugar - well that's like saying feces is the same as food.

yrreb88

If you google High Fructose Corn Syrup the top 3 results are wikipedia, 5 … If you google High Fructose Corn Syrup the top 3 results are wikipedia, 5 Reasons High Fructose Corn Syrup Will Kill You (by Dr Hyman ;)) and Why You Should Never Eat High Fructose Corn Syrup. No wonder people get worried lol, they click on those attention grabbing headlines and ignore the wiki even though it says HCFS is basically the same as honey and normal sugar. Watch out for Glucose-Fructose syrup too! X)



HCFS and the corn subsidy are the reasons Americans are the shape they are!

tryn2help

With all due respect, yrreb, I worked in media for long enough to know … With all due respect, yrreb, I worked in media for long enough to know how it operates.When my cardiologist - someone respected throughout the world - tells me to avoid High Fructose Corn Syrup, I tend to think he knows what he's talking about.Also, the claims that it's the same as honey or beet sugar - well that's like saying feces is the same as food.



So does this mean you dismiss or disapprove of articles like these?

If you don't mind me asking, who is this cardiologist and has he mentioned why he thinks this to you?

You mean like oxygen is tree feces? Not really the same comparison as most waste, including feces, is another's food i.e. bacteria, plants etc. Chemically they are very similar, sucrose (beet sugar) is a disaccharide consisting of a glucose and fructose molecule. HFCS is a mixture of these molecules but as monosaccharides. When you digest sucrose, your body splits them into their respective monosaccharides. Honey is comparable to HCFS because it contains a very similar ratio of glucose and fructose.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 16th Feb 2015

daddyblake

Most people don't even have a pantry..



Well, poor them, I do due to adapting space under the stairs, ..although in the old house our pantry was about as big as your typical walkthrough front to back of a house X)

daddyblake

I don't have all day to make a blob of BBQ for my potato wedges..




Throw lots of ingredients in a pinch of this or that, then let it simmer down a bit is typically how it goes, no effort, no more than kicking back in front of the tv, ..if you've ever had packet ribs (the store bought sous-vide variety) look on the back of the packet for the ingredients, look at your spice shelf & condiments cupboard, most of which you will find right there, in a typical household.
Very easy, & motivational for kids, even rubbish at cooking big kids too, great for sticking a low & slow rack of ribs in the oven to cook on a timer whilst you are at work, then finish off at home, takes me all of 10 minutes to do in a hurry, or 30 minutes to make something thicker up in a small qty.

This is what my own kid has been making herself & other variations of, cooking ribs to eat when she gets back from school for 3 or so years now, she's just gone 11.
Will certainly help with improve any Brit BBQ that's for sure.

yrreb88

So does this mean you dismiss or disapprove of articles like these? If … So does this mean you dismiss or disapprove of articles like these? If you don't mind me asking, who is this cardiologist and has he mentioned why he thinks this to you? You mean like oxygen is tree feces? Not really the same comparison as most waste, including feces, is another's food i.e. bacteria, plants etc. Chemically they are very similar, sucrose (beet sugar) is a disaccharide consisting of a glucose and fructose molecule. HFCS is a mixture of these molecules but as monosaccharides. When you digest sucrose, your body splits them into their respective monosaccharides. Honey is comparable to HCFS because it contains a very similar ratio of glucose and fructose.


Why would you want the name of my cardiologist?

Oh, btw, the rest of your post - the first thing medical opponents of hfcs are pointing out is the tactics employed by the corn industry here; IF YOU CAN’T CONVINCE THEM, CONFUSE THEM – Harry Truman,


Edited by: "tryn2help" 16th Feb 2015

tryn2help

Why would you want the name of my cardiologist? :{Oh, btw, the rest of … Why would you want the name of my cardiologist? :{Oh, btw, the rest of your post - the first thing medical opponents of hfcs are pointing out is the tactics employed by the corn industry here; IF YOU CAN’T CONVINCE THEM, CONFUSE THEM – Harry Truman,



I was curious, if he's world renowned then he probably has research articles or at least an online presence. I don't need or want his address, phone number, shoe size etc.

The medical opponents just finger point at the corn industry then? You haven't mentioned any reasons for avoiding it other than a famous cardiologist told you. Is there a reason for their opposition? What other tactics are employed then? Nothing too conspiracy theorist I hope like the falsification of studies or bribing government officials and health authorities. Why doesn't the NHS and our GPs tell us to specifically avoid HCFS too?

I don't think anything is confusing or misleading in the biochemistry or science, HCFS is two simple sugars in water. There is no reason to think otherwise or that it is to be avoided but I guess I will just be accused of being confused by the corn industry now. This is another reason why I asked about your cardiologist or at least his reasons for thinking that so that I could maybe find his reasoning behind it.

I see your quote is the first line from Mark Hyman's article 5 Reasons High Fructose Corn Syrup Will Kill You. You work in media, I would think you check your sources and their references. Mark Hyman is quite controversial, for example he is against vaccines and states diabetes is "reversable" i.e. he has a cure.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 17th Feb 2015

mmmmm.....high fructose corn syrup....mmmmmmm.....poisonous....mmmmm

yrreb88

I was curious, if he's world renowned then he probably has research … I was curious, if he's world renowned then he probably has research articles or at least an online presence. I don't need or want his address, phone number, shoe size etc. :DThe medical opponents just finger point at the corn industry then? You haven't mentioned any reasons for avoiding it other than a famous cardiologist told you. Is there a reason for their opposition? What other tactics are employed then? Nothing too conspiracy theorist I hope like the falsification of studies or bribing government officials and health authorities. Why doesn't the NHS and our GPs tell us to specifically avoid HCFS too? I don't think anything is confusing or misleading in the biochemistry or science, HCFS is two simple sugars in water. There is no reason to think otherwise or that it is to be avoided but I guess I will just be accused of being confused by the corn industry now. This is another reason why I asked about your cardiologist or at least his reasons for thinking that so that I could maybe find his reasoning behind it. I see your quote is the first line from Mark Hyman's article 5 Reasons High Fructose Corn Syrup Will Kill You. You work in media, I would think you check your sources and their references. Mark Hyman is quite controversial, for example he is against vaccines and states diabetes is "reversable" i.e. he has a cure.



There' s no difficulty in tracking the quote, and I'm aware of the line taken against Hyman.






tryn2help

Make your own, tasty and much healthier;



There's a SBR's clone recipe here, sans the HCFS of course: http://www.halfbakedharvest.com/homemade-barbecue-sauce-just-like-sweet-baby-rays/

Have tried it and it's pretty good. Tastes better than SBR's IMO as you know you're not getting the cr*p with it.
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