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By Tim Butler | Posted at 0:55

As Wikipedia notes,

St. Louis-style barbecue sauce is generally tomato-based, thinned slightly with vinegar, sweet and spicy. It is not as sweet and thick as Kansas City-style barbecue sauce, nor as spicy-hot and thin as Texas-style. A St. Louis-style barbecue is not complete without copious amounts of sauce.

That is what makes St. Louis-style sauce so good. Just the right combination of sweet and spicy in a sauce just thick enough to properly coat the meat.

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(curmudgeon alert) I prefer meat naked, flavored only by the smoke from the wood, plus a wee bit of black pepper and salt. I lost interest in barbecue sauces a long time ago.

Posted by Ed Hurst - Jun 19, 2010 | 13:43

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I totally agree, A St. Louis-style barbecue is not complete without copious amounts of sauce I just saw some incredible ways at british essay writing about how one can use them around for serving, Home to enjoy the delicious sauce one day

Posted by orapa pa - Jul 6, 2017 | 22:50

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