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Arm Candy
I like barbeque sauce, but every time I go to the grocery store I get paralyzed by indecision. There's just so many brands out there! I bought some Diana's barbeque sauce and it's way too sweet, like ketchup. Can anyone recommend a good smoky barbeque sauce? Seems like all the good sauces are in-house brands or small-batch.

Anyway, talk about barbeques and barbeque sauces.
I just want the bbq sauces at Texas Roadhouse, but in a bottle I can buy from the store. I'm so incredibly bored of Bullseye.

Also bbq sauce is like a bomb for my GERDS so :(


Arm Candy
My favourite barbeque sauce is the in-house brand of Muddy's Pit BBQ, a restaurant only open eight months out of the year, located in a tiny town on the outskirts of Peterborough county. Their sauce has a robust depth of flavour.