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    I've used all of these, and ordered them for neighbors.

    London Pub Malt Vinegar (excellent for deep fried fish)
    http://www.londonpub.com/maltvinegar.htm
    http://www.londonpub.com/recipes.htm

    Garlic Expressions (salads and such)
    http://garlic-expressions.com/
    http://garlic-expressions.com/ideas/recipes.asp

    Arthur Bryants BBQ Sauce and Rubs (beef, pork and fowl)
    http://www.arthurbryantsbbq.com/ab/

    These can be ordered on line....

    Anybody have other links/suggestions?

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    I like hot food, I order this Peri-Peri pepper on line. I'm on my last few ounces.



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    Quote Originally Posted by marv View Post
    I've used all of these, and ordered them for neighbors.

    London Pub Malt Vinegar (excellent for deep fried fish)
    http://www.londonpub.com/maltvinegar.htm
    http://www.londonpub.com/recipes.htm

    Garlic Expressions (salads and such)
    http://garlic-expressions.com/
    http://garlic-expressions.com/ideas/recipes.asp

    Arthur Bryants BBQ Sauce and Rubs (beef, pork and fowl)
    http://www.arthurbryantsbbq.com/ab/

    These can be ordered on line....

    Anybody have other links/suggestions?
    Love Arthur Bryants BBQ, the best ever. I loved their huge brisket sandwich. Really miss the good old Midwest. The Florida BBQ doesn't compare.
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    Nice find.

    I'm tired of recipes using exotic herbs and spices I can't find even in the throbbing metropolis of Springfield, MO.

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    The Sweet Bay supermarkets here in Florida carry 2 kinds of killer BBQ sauces and mops.

    Sweet Baby Rays,
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    Stubbs, real good!
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    Sabrett's red onion sauce for hot dogs (available on most carts in NYC, but not in stores)
    http://www.sabrett.com/condiments.cfm

    Dave's Insanity Sauce
    http://store.davesgourmet.com/Produc...oductCode=DAIN

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    The best award winning mustard in the world:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    Sabrett's red onion sauce for hot dogs (available on most carts in NYC, but not in stores)
    http://www.sabrett.com/condiments.cfm

    Dave's Insanity Sauce
    http://store.davesgourmet.com/Produc...oductCode=DAIN

    Half-Sour Pickles
    https://picklelicious.com/products-p...-sour-pickles/
    Damn. Now I have a craving for homemade style pickles.

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    Garlic Expressions is really good, if a bit overpriced at the grocery store.


    I use it in greek-style pasta salad, with rainbow rotini, feta cheese, red onion and green pepper. Some people add black olives, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marv View Post
    Anybody have other links/suggestions?
    Someone brought me a couple of bottles of these guys' raspberry-jalapeño ambrosia several years ago and it was absolutely love at first taste, most especially on pork tenderloin (particularly with curried saffron rice). If you love that sweet-and-hot combination, their peach-habanero is absolutely nectar of the gods.


    ETA: they're selling it in grocery stores around here now, but Sticky Fingers' BBQ sauces may not be in your local store, and they are absolutely killer. Every time I'm in Chattanooga, I go get barbecue at Sticky Fingers. I'm genuinely convinced it's the best barbecue on the planet.
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