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October 19, 2011

For Southerners, the debate over BBQ never ends. For some, the best BBQ focuses on the meat, and the way it is cooked. For others, it’s about the sauce.

A top choice for many is Bone Suckin’ Sauce, made in Raleigh, NC.

The Carolina style, tomato-based sauce is sweetened with honey and molasses, plus spices. The all-natural sauce was officially bottled in 1992, though Phil Ford had been making it for family and friends since 1987.

While the gluten-free sauce is a best seller, there are other favorites, including the mustards, Yaki (teriyaki style) and Habanero sauces.

A 16-ounce jar of original or hot Bone Suckin’ Sauce is $6.79. But to keep you grilling all through the tailgate season, buy the sauce by the gallon ($42.99) at

The popular sauce is also available at Atlanta-area stores, including The Fresh Market, New York Butcher Shoppe and Harry’s Famers Market.

Do you have a favorite BBQ or rub? Please let me know.


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