Jeff Phillips Bbq Sauce Recipe Pdf
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jeff phillips bbq sauce recipe pdf
He cooked whole hogs in a dirt pit the old-fashioned country way, and in 1933, according to family lore, he came up with a secret recipe for a sweet golden barbecue sauce made with a base of yellow mustard.
I like Bessinger's OK but usually prefer a little more flair. Bubba's BBQ And Bash in Spartanburg has a mustard base sauce that includes a little heat. It is NOT like taking Bessinger's and adding pepper, it is totally different. I absolutely love it and wish I had the recipe to make at home. Not sure if there is a similar style to compare it with either. It is good on BBQ but I use it instead of Honey Mustard on their Chicken Tenders (Bash). If you have had this sauce, what are your thoughts about it?
I think Bessinger is the syle I would like the best, how close is this recipe to that, or what modification should I make to get close. Thanks in advance! ! love tangy mustard BBQ sauce and will try this recipe as well.
It's a great recipe, as you might be able to tell by the ratings and comments, but it's not a Bessinger's copycat by any stretch. I do have a recipe that Michael Bessinger, owner of Bessinger's in Charleston, shared that is obviously similar to theirs but not the actual recipe. In addition, someone sent me a copycat of Maurice Bessinger's mustard sauce (Columbia). Michael's recipe is in the current edition of our SC BBQ Cookbook; when I (finally) release the next edition, I will include both.
My wife and I do LOTS of canning every summer (you should see our pantry), and we have processed and eaten this sauce at a later date. But I cannot in good conscience suggest that you do the same. To my knowledge, this is NOT a recipe developed for canning. While its primary ingredients (vinegar, sugar) are things we traditionally use to preserve foods or ingredients that don't require refrigeration themselves (mustard), I cannot guarantee that it is safe to do so. Safer to do as I say and not as I do in this case. Sorry.