Outta the Park BBQ Sauce Review

Outta the Park BBQ Sauce – Everything in this sauce that can be all natural is all natural. Sugar, brown mustard, ketchup, sea salt, hot pepper sauce, molasses, vinegar, ginger, butter, paprika, apple cider — all of it is all natural. And check out the addition of the butter, which contains some cream. It accounts for the over-the-top silky- smooth richness of this sauce, and it certainly qualifies as one of the most unique ingredients I’ve ever seen in a BBQ sauce.

I took Outta the Park BBQ Sauce straight to the grill and tried it on pork steaks, chicken, T-bones, and even catfish. Straight from the bottle, I knew this was going to be one of those barbecue sauces that occupied a place of honor on my sauce shelf. My wife tasted it and went as ballistic for it as I did. We’re a barbecue family. All of us get together regularly and experiment with different sauces. Some hit the mark and others fall severely short. The name of this one couldn’t be more apt. Why? Because this sauce is out of the park. It’s a home run any way you look at it.

I painted Outta the Park BBQ Sauce on the meat and it cooked to a nice, clinging consistency. The major problem I had with Outta the Park is keeping my dipping spoon outta the bowl. What was left over after my barbecue session found its way on a roast beef sandwich (divine) and even splashed into some potato salad. If you think that doesn’t sound right, give it a try. Two tastes combined that scream backyard barbecue.

Any barbecue aficionado needs to give Outta the Park BBQ Sauce a shot. You won’t want to be without it.

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2 Responses to “Outta the Park BBQ Sauce Review”

  1. Perry P. Perkins said:

    Aug 10, 10 at 1:03 am

    What would you rate it, temperature-wise?

    Excellent review, thanks!

    -Perry

  2. Chris said:

    Aug 10, 10 at 7:37 pm

    It is a mild and delicious sauce.


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