Most barbecue sauces are made to make meat taste “like” barbecue. They mask the flavor of the meat it is applied to. I did not want a sauce that tried to make me think hamburger was barbecue (no offense intended, hamburger). So, I set out to create my own.
What I came up with is an original sauce; a tad sweet, but with a vinegary twang, a blending of spices and a splash of bourbon all come together into an array of complimenting flavors that will enhance the smoky flavor of a good smoked pork butt or brisket.
I hope you will give Kenny Bob’s Sippin Dippin & Flippin sauce a try. My mild sauce is peppery without the heat. I saved all of the heat for the hot version. My special blend of Habanero, Jalapeño, Ancho and Cayenne peppers will bring the heat without sacrificing the flavor.
“Don’t get any on your forehead, because your tongue will beat your brains out trying to get to it!”