If you grew up in Alabama, this version of barbecue sauce probably seems perfectly normal. To the rest of the country, it might look more like a recipe for salad dressing. At a recent barbecue I attended outside of Huntsville, Alabama it appeared that the guests preferred the white stuff over the traditional barbecue sauce…

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For best results, let this mix sit in the fridge to let the flavors marry for a few days. Try sub’ing whiskey in here if you don’t have bourbon available. This sauce will work on pretty much any game and fish – and is especially good on the grill.  

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In parts of the Carolinas, barbecue sauce is yellow, not red, a byproduct of the region’s German heritage. You might think it is odd to serve a yellow sauce with your pulled pork. Until you bite down. The flavor profile is similar to conventional red barbecue sauce, sweet tart, but the base flavor is mustard, not ketchup,…

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Give your game meats a different kick with barbecue sauce heightened with zesty orange flavor. I really enjoy it on a pig roast. The orange zest can overpower the other flavors if too much is added – so test, and test some more to get your version of ‘just right.’

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