Wow, this BBQ sauce is scrump-dilly-ious! I've tried a lot of BBQ recipes through the years and thought I'd never find the perfect one. Well, this is it! I did make a few changes per my tastes, but I still gave it 5 stars because we all have unique tastes, therefore it's be almost impossible to make all people happy. I'm documenting my changes for my future use. I used 1 cup apple cider vinegar instead of the red wine vinegar, I decrease the salt and pepper to 1/2 teaspoon each, I used smokey paprika, I added 1 teaspoon dry mustard, 2 tablespoons dried onions, 1 T wor. sauce, 1 tablespoon honey and 1 teaspoon cumin. These additions are my tastes, not because the BBQ needed any changes. The rest of the ingr. I kept the same. Don't leave out the liquid smoke or it just won't taste like BBQ sauce. For those who said the liquid smoke has an artificial taste, it mellows into the sauce leaving a smokey flavor after it simmers a while. Next time I'll add chipolte chilies in adobo sauce for a hot wing version and maybe some roasted garlic in the butter. This made 1 and 1/2 quarts of liquid goodness. I really appreciate you listing this recipe. I can't wait to use it for the 4th of July family gathering! P.S. This wasn't spicy at all, so if you want a spicy sauce you'll have to add more cayenne. We had this on pulled pork sandwiches and my son reluctantly tried it and loved it. I was shocked! LOL
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Wow, this BBQ sauce is scrump-dilly-ious! I've tried a lot of BBQ recipes through the years...