[Sca-cooks] Barbeque sauce

Heleen Greenwald heleen at ptd.net
Thu Nov 6 14:00:02 PST 2008

Personally, I would love to read/hear about people's barb-Que sauces  
from the various regions of the USA, also, does Dragonwald do  
anything special in the way of barb-Que sauce or is that not  
European?  And how about Austrailia....and Canada?

On Nov 6, 2008, at 2:47 PM, Susan Fox wrote:

Party went very well indeed.  I'm not sure they all would have  
thought I was such a Great Hostess if the crowd weren't already  
ecstatic, but that's probably just my natural modesty talking, the  
buffet was okay.  Mom was a little embarrassed to be asked several  
times for the recipe for her BBQ meatballs, since it was no more than  
frozen Costco meatballs plus KC Masterpiece original bottled qsauce.   
Whatever works, I say.

We could parlay this off-topic into a discussion of USAn regional BBQ  
sauces and styles and their historical antecedents, could we?  Sweet  
vs. Spicy vs. Vinegar/mustardy, etc.  Which flavors prevail in which  
areas, and what was the demographic of the early settlers in those  

Trying to muscle a topical discussion,

Heleen Greenwald wrote:
> Selene, How'd the party go and..... it's been a long 8 years!!
> We have a brain in the White House........WHOOOOOPPPPPEEEEE!
> Phillipa
> On Nov 3, 2008, at 2:39 PM, Susan Fox wrote:
> Heleen Greenwald wrote:
>> Good message Kiri,
>> I've been helping with GOTV here in my little burg of Bloomsburg  
>> PA.  Believe it or not, I've been doing kitchen duty, feeding the  
>> voulunteers.
> You have?  Amazing, who'd'a thunk it.  <snicker>
>> Last night I asked one of the higher up female staff  if she had  
>> ever heard of  'ScotchEggs'.  She replied with, 'You're a SCAdian?'
> Okay, that cracks me up.  Apart from SCAdians, only British expats  
> even know what Scotch Eggs are, I guess.  Ironic, since we haven't  
> managed to document them before what, 1800 or so?  Oh well.
> The polls open here in less than 20 hours and not a moment too  
> soon.  I'm going first thing, bringing a folding chair and a  
> snack.  In the evening, I'll be hosting a viewing part for election  
> returns with my family and friends of like political inclination,  
> serving Great American Foods like mom's BBQ meatballs and pumpkin  
> bread.  Also blender cocktails because one way or another, we'll  
> need it.  It's been a long two years.
> Selene

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