John, I don't remember Cattleman's. Growing up in the 70's and 80's I remember mostly having Open Pit and sometimes Kraft in the house. What else did we have to choose from? Like you said, it probably wasn't much.Does anyone use Cattleman's anymore? About 60 years ago they had one flavor, the bottle had a paper sleeve on it. There were only about 5 choices of bottled bbq sauce back then.
I think bbq sauces started to become more popular around that time but were big companies like Kraft dominating the market. Cattleman’s had a paper sleeve like Lea and Perrin’s Worcestershire sauce, the paper sleeve is what made it stand out.John, I don't remember Cattleman's. Growing up in the 70's and 80's I remember mostly having Open Pit and sometimes Kraft in the house. What else did we have to choose from? Like you said, it probably wasn't much.
HEB never disappointsJust yesterday I gave the H-E-B store brand Carolina sauce a try. I had a small pork butt in the WSM and didn’t have any pork sauce in the pantry. Very nice mustard/vinegar sauce with a medium consistency. Was exceptional when mixed in with chopped meat for a Sloppy Porky sandwich. Best $2.10 barbecue purchase I’ve ever made.
You are right! When you think bbq sauce it's all traditional red, I actually didn't know about yellow or white until I joined this amazing group here. I need to try new things with an open mind.Question for everybody....
Have you looked at what bbq sauces are offered at on-line bbq stores, as opposed to your local grocery store ?