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Graham's Of Subiaco BBQ Sauce-A True Ozark Memory 
 
Aug. 18, 2013 7:06 am 
Updated: Aug. 21, 2013 4:57 pm
As my profile would suggest, I have been cooking and creating recipes for more than 30 Years, both on a personal as well as a professional level. The recipe I would like to share with you today is one that I have kept close to my heart for more than 20 years, It is a BBQ Sauce recipe that I have been told by many was the best they have ever had.

I share with you today in the hopes that you too can keep a memory from an Ozark Kitchen...

Graham's of Subiaco BBQ Sauce

1 24 oz Bottle Hunt's Catsup ( DO NOT SUBSTITUTE)
1 Cup Sugar
1/4 Cup Worcestershire Sauce
1/4 Cup Liquid Smoke
2 Tbs Williams Chili Seasoning
1 Medium Onion Chopped
1 Chipolte Pepper in Adobo Sauce Chopped Fine.
2 Cups Water
1 ts. Black Pepper
1 Cup Red Wine

Combine all ingredients in a large pot with lid on. Slowly cook until onions are almost dissolved and sauce is rich and thick,

If you would like to have the recipe for  Restaurant-size portion for canning or gifts please e-mail me at milesathome@att.net, putting Graham's BBQ Sauce as the subject.  
 
Comments
Lela 
Aug. 18, 2013 8:09 am
Thanks for the recipe. Does Williams chili seasoning come in a package or a bottle?
 
Aug. 18, 2013 8:51 am
Williams Chili Seasoning Comes in a Package as a dry mix, I usually empty the package into a small jar so I can keep the remaining amount fresh. You can also buy it in large Wholesale Clubs in a 24oz Shaker Container.
 
Aug. 18, 2013 9:31 am
Thanks for sharing this recipe. Out of curiosity, what is it about the Hunt's Catsup that makes it a critical ingredient? I am going to try this sauce for my next BBQ. It looks great!
 
Aug. 18, 2013 10:01 am
Hunt's Catsup has a different Tang and Sweetness than other brands. I have substituted before, and while it was still good, it did not step over into the amazing one we used at the diner. Usually if I name an ingredient by Brand, it is because I have tried substitutions and it did not work out.
 
Aug. 18, 2013 1:51 pm
i grew up in memphis- hunt's is the only catsup i buy:-) thanks for the recipe:-)
 
Aug. 21, 2013 4:57 pm
I really like the look of this recipe. Also, I researched Williams Chili Seasoning and am happy to have found that it has no unpronounceable or unwanted ingredients. Thank you!
 
 
 
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Jacksonville, Arkansas, USA

Member Since
Sep. 2011

Cooking Level
Professional

Cooking Interests
Baking, Slow Cooking, Asian, Italian, Southern, Mediterranean, Quick & Easy, Gourmet

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Gardening, Fishing, Reading Books, Charity Work

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About Me
I have been cooking since i was 12 years old, got my first job in a restaurant when I was 14. I was trained by a professional Cook, also my Mother and Grandmother who had deep roots in the country style as well as the Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking.
My favorite things to cook
All though I can cook almost anything, my favorite thing to cook is breads. I have making homemade breads, rolls and baked goods since I was 18 and I am now 50!
My favorite family cooking traditions
Almost all of my Family Recipes center around Country Cooking, with a Dutch flare, or style. My family all comes from the deep country where you cooked what you raised.
My cooking triumphs
I once prepared and served a Banquet for President Bill Clinton when he was Governor of Arkansas. Multiple Blue Ribbons at the Arkansas State Fair as well as the Arkansas-Oklahoma State Fair.
My cooking tragedies
Once cooked a Standing Rib Roast that was so tough you needed a Skill Saw to slice it and it was already on the table.
 
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