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“Barbecue sauce is like a beautiful woman. If it’s too sweet, it’s bound to be hiding something.”Lyle Lovett
Barbecue sauce has earned its place at many a table, and rightly so. The condiment is just downright delicious!
Grilled Pork, chicken, lamb, fish, or beef…
With fries, sandwiches, burgers, or wraps…
Hickory smoke, sweet, tangy, or spicy…
Let’s face it, (momentary pause to keep from salivating), barbecue sauce goes with just about everything! Except your clothes.
Find out more about the origins of barbecue sauce, and how to keep yourself free from barbecue stains after a savory meal.
The exact origins of the word barbecue are unknown.
What is known is that barbecue actually refers to a method of slowly roasting meat over an open flame.
History suggests that it originated from the Caribbean. Barbaca was used by the Taino people to describe the practice of cooking game slowly over an open fire. This became Barbacoa upon arrival of the Spaniards to the Caribbean.
Okay, so we have established how good Barbecue sauce is.
It’s so freaking good that people are using it in dishes that don’t require grilling!
So what happens when some of that good barbecue sauce finds its way onto your new duds or your favorite shirt?
Be fearless in the face of your food, and eat without worry.
These stain removal hacks will keep your clothes cleaner than your plate!
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