Friday, October 6, 2017

Stubb's Barbecue Sauce and Marinade

A West Texas hero with hands the size of briskets, C.B. Stubblefield, known as simply “Stubb,” didn’t just make barbecue, he made friends. His wide, trademark smile roped anyone into the spirit of the moment, whether it was singing the blues or savoring his slow-smoked brisket with slaw and beans. I like a good barbecue and the sauce makes it so I was excited to try STUBB’S as I have seen them in the store but I have never tried them before. Original it has tangy tomato, vinegar, molasses and black pepper will treat you right. When Stubb opened his original Texas Bar-B-Q joint in 1968 he served a plate of what he called “Love and Happiness.”  Stubb smoked meat to perfection and made his sauces from scratch.  Today his legacy lives on in the bottle you buy today.

Sticky Sweet thick, rich and loaded with brown sugar and molasses this sauce is dripping with the sticky sweetness you will love. Stubb loved a good road trip.  Sometimes he’d cook up a bunch of food, load it into his Cadillac and head east to Memphis or Nashville.  Then he’d find out who was playing a gig that night, show up and turn his Bar-B-Q into a backstage pass.  Along the way, he picked up some sweet southern Bar-B-Q traditions–ones you’ll taste in every drop of this sauce.
Dr. Pepper s made with the unique taste of Dr. Pepper and the rich flavor of Stubb’s Bar-B-Q Sauce is a mouthwatering and unforgettable duo. Charles Alderton made history in 1885 when he created the first batch of Dr. Pepper in Waco, Texas. The store continued when C.B. Stubblefield opened his legendary Stubb’s Restaurant 1968, also in Texas. Both men turned their passion for tinkering with recipes into two iconic brands with the perfect blends of delicious flavors. Today, we’re making our own piece of Texas history by bringing these carefully crafted flavors to your barbecue in a sweet and peppery sauce. Stubb’s Dr. Pepper Bar-B-Q Sauce here’s to a One of a Kind match made in Lone Star heaven.

Smoky Mesquite this has the authentic Mesquite smoke flavor, brown sugar and molasses ballpark this sauce right in your sweet spot. Stubb would often stay up all night long tending the pit at his original Texas Bar-B-Q joint, because as he used to say “Bar-B-Q is eternal, like the Mississippi River.  It’s big and slow and it takes its own sweet time.” So slow down and enjoy some real Texas Bar-B-Q.  Stubb would be glad you did and so will you!
Beef Marinade Being Born in Texas, Stubb cooked a lot of beef and nothing pleased him more than seeing folks enjoy his cooking.  This blend of soy, garlic, and red pepper will make beef or any other meat come out tender, delicious and made right.

My Opinion: I have tried the sticky sweet and I thought it was going to be thick but it’s a thin barbecue sauce and the flavor was just the right amount of spices and flavoring. I was curious about the Dr. Pepper sauce and that actually was a pleasantly good. The beef marinade I enjoyed as well with the different spices.
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