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Keep refrigerated when opened Shelf Life is 1 year
About the Product
Texas 28 Original BBQ Sauce with Hickory Taste Smoke. The idea of putting sauces on food goes back pretty far. In the days before refrigeration and written history, somebody discovered that smoking meat helped preserve it. Somebody else discovered that soaking it in salty seawater helped preserve it. Somebody else discovered that packing it in dried salt helped preserve it. Somebody else discovered that leaving it in the hot sun or near the fire so it dried out helped preserve it. We now know that smoke and salt have anti-microbial properties, and that dehydrating foods also delays spoilage.

These prehistoric iron chefs discovered that they could also improve flavor with smoke, salt, seeds, and leaves, as well as basting meat with wine, vinegar, and oils. Especially if the meat was on its way towards funky.
Preserved meats, especially dried meats, were often soaked in liquids to bring them back to life as stews, swimming in sauce based on such as water, oil, juices, dairy, and even blood. In fact the word sauce is said to come from an ancient word for salt.
It  has been use for 30+ years and now publically since 2008. An original BBQ Sauce, Gourmet style. Barbecue sauce (also abbreviated BBQ sauce) is used as a flavoring sauce used as a marinade, basting  or topping for meat cooked in the barbecue cooking style, including pork or beef ribs and chicken. It is an ubiquitous condiment and is used on many other foods as well. The ingredients vary widely even within individual countries, but most include some variation on vinegar and/or tomato paste as a base, as well as liquid smoke, spices such as mustard and black pepper, and sweeteners such as sugar or molasses.
 
Our best selling and Original BBQ Sauce. This has Hickory Smoke Taste; just as it was in the Old Days. This is also a fantastic marinade; overnight it reduces any chance of the meat being tough.
 
Good with
Eggs, Quiche, Avocodo, Pretzels, Tomato Tarts, Cabbage, Roasted Potatoes, Carrot Kari, Macaroni and cheese, Smoked Salmon, Turkey and Mozzarella, Ham, Chicken wings, Salads, Chicken. Pork, Fish and as a Seasoning, Soup, Sausage, meats, poultry, salads, marinates, salads and as seasoning for other recipes
 
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