How to make it

  • Combine all ingredients in a small sauce pan and bring to a simmer. Cook, stirring, until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and let stand until cool. Spoon sauce over Barbequed meats or poultry.
  • Let it simmer slow, it will keep refridgerated for a while but is best when served warm over your favorite meat.

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  • chickenwingqueen 8 years ago
    i'm from lexington, nc.. i miss the bbq so much i'm going to have to learn to make it myself.. i know it won't be the same but this dip sounds very close! thank you!
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    " It was good "
    ckp474 ate it and said...
    I lived in Lexington for several years and ate way more bbq than I care to admit. This recipe is pretty good and close to what you would find in one of the bbq joints in Lexington. P.S. Lexington BBQ is the BEST in the WORLD hands down
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  • dmajor 12 years ago
    nice sauce! Thanks for sharing!
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  • teachscience55 12 years ago
    I grew up in eastern North Carolina... and this sauce is similar to what I make when I make eastern NC barbecue, but I add about 1 cup brown sugar to 3 cups of vinegar
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    " It was excellent "
    saltymike ate it and said...
    Oh Yes......I grew in an area where the various attributes of red BBQ, yellow BBQ and vinegar BBQ...chopped BBQ, pulled BBQ or sliced BBQ were debated often and with emotion. Truth is, it's all DAMN GOOD! This is a great recipe for red sauce. Thanks for posting!
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  • zena824 12 years ago
    Sounds awesome to me......
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