Barbecue sauce is an integral part of Kansas City. The sauces are tomato-based, with sweet, spicy and tangy flavour profiles. But back in 1908, Henry Perry opened the first BBQ restaurant in Kansas and his original sauce was not as sweet, and had a somewhat more peppery flavour.
Allergens: Mustard, Trace Soy
How to Use: This is an outstanding beef barbecue sauce that is also good on chicken. Use the sauce warm, as a finishing sauce or glaze. Or serve it at the table warm or chilled.
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