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Feast Magazine - Recipes
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Alabama-style white sauce

This style of sauce was created to maintain optimal juiciness and enhance the flavor of smoky barbecued chicken.

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Missouri-style barbecue sauce

This region’s thick, sweet sauce is typically drizzled (or, more frequently, slathered) directly on whatever’s been barbecued.

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South Carolina-style mustard sauce

The spicy, complex condiment lends its heat and bite to local recipes. 

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Memphis-style barbecue sauce

The rub is applied prior to a long, slow smoke, and as the ribs’ fat breaks down, it mingles with the spices, creating a crust on the surface of the meat. 

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North Carolina-style barbecue sauce

Drizzle these Eastern- or Lexington-style sauces on barbecued pork sandwiches.

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Kentucky black vinegar sauce

The inky color comes from a healthy dose of Worcestershire sauce.

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Texas-style quick pickles

Historically, Texas barbecue purists refuse offers of sauce, saying it masks the beef’s beefiness. 

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