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got to have good meat to have a great sauce... you can take the best of sauces and ruin it during the cooking and application process. The best sauces are made into good marinades, soak the meat then apply raw sauce to the cooked meat. If you try to use sauce for cooking, you will end up with burnt sauce on your cooked meat.
It is tradition that anytime we visit the south, we stop and eat at the first Sonny's we pass. I'm not a big fan of this midwest syrup BBQ 'round here.
Speaking like a Southeast Kansan person, Ollie Gates original is my first choice. Slow melt that stuff into the babyback for about ...three, maybe four scotch and sodas.
Gates or Rosedale in KC are by far the best in the region!!
The sauce depends on the meat. Gates is great when doing ribs, but some of the sauces on the slightly sweeter side are better with chicken.
If you like HOT BBQ Sauce, Biemers Hot is amazing. I use to be a big Gates Hot BBQ sauce guy but Biemers is my new favorite.
The secret hint of coriander.
Zarda BBQ sauce - yum!
Bigg's has great barbeque without the sauce, but their sauces are great too and you can buy bottles of it at Hy Vee.
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