Want to make these? All you need is a little of this:
Let's break this down, shall we?
Figaro Liquid Smoke Hickory Barbecue Marinade
One half lemon
Bull's Eye (or your favorite) Barbeque Sauce
Kitchen Bouquet Browning and Seasoning Sauce
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce
Light Brown Sugar
Roundy's Louisiana Style Hot Sauce
Now, I am sure your favorite bbq sauce, hot sauce, or beer could be substituted to taste but this is what my stepdad, who we have always called "Coach", puts into his sauce and he is constantly being badgered for his recipe. Unfortunately for those of us who would like to replicate his sauce, this recipe is of the "oral history" variety i.e. it's never been written down and when pressed for precise measurements, Coach will simply eye-ball it, demonstrate and say, "About that much". What I can tell you is that the base is the bottle bbq sauce, the brown sugar is thrown in in hefty cups full and the rest is a few pinches, squeezes or splashes.