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  1. Rick

    I make this stuff all the time. Great recipe! It would taste good on road gravel!


  2. Danielle

    I absolutely love a good mustard/vinegar sauce and this is by far the best recipe that is out there (trust me I’ve tried probably 20 or more myself.) I have added a couple of spices and other goodies to claim it as my own recipe. Without fail, everyone who tries my bbq sauce loves it.I’m a self taught cook who enjoys learning from amazing chefs and other great recipes to teach myself how to be a home chef. My dream is to be a Personal Chef/Caterer someday; so bring on the knowledge and inspiration.


  3. akshay shetty

    Hello Hank, the dry mustard you mentioned in the recipe is yellow colored one or brown colored one? looking forward for your reply.

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    This is an interesting twist on a SC mustard-based BBQ sauce, but I wouldn’t call it authentic, which doesn’t mean it’s bad, mind you, just not what you would find in SC. I have tasted a lot of mustard sauces having lived in SC my whole life and writing a blog dedicated to SC BBQ. I have never seen a “chunky” version nor have I seen another recipe that includes onion. The bay leaf is also an unusual addition. Like I said…interesting, but worth the small effort it takes to mix up. Well done!

  5. Melissa

    We’ve had a lot of success with this recipe, using it on pork and poultry. My husband asked me to make this sauce and put it over a ham before baking it. I figured it couldn’t hurt. It was amazing!! I don’t know if there is anything this sauce wouldn’t work on!

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