Your BBQ, and especially the SAUCE, were WONDERFUL. I think I could just drink it by itself. You guys have hit on a great recipe. "It is the best ever."
T. Wilson, Cabarrus County, NC
Who says that BBQ sauce has to be thick and only for meat?
Ms. C's Soppin' Good BBQ Sauce dispels this long-held notion. It's time to elevate your thinking and taste. In addition to ribs, ham, turkey, chicken, sausages and other meats, ms. C's is excellent on pasta, greens, salads and as one devotee said, "It's even good on eggs and broccoli!" Simply stated, its multiple use makes it a hit on barbecued meats as well as other favorite dishes, including just pouring it on a dish and soppin' it with a slice of bread.
While most BBQ sauces are thick, ms. C's pours easily and has a zesty taste that enhances the flavor of just about anything on which it is used. Modified from an old family recipe that had 18 ingredients, ms. C's now has 25 ingredients. The modified recipe was liked by so many family members, friends and new converts to ms. C's, that bringing it to market was an obvious choice.
Some major multinational companies have stopped using high fructose corn syrup as a sweetener. (The rationale can be found on the Internet.) In some BBQ sauces, high fructose corn syrup or corn syrup is the first, second or third ingredient listed. There are no artificial sweeteners added to ms. C's, just good ole molasses and sugar.