“Cooking Everything Outdoors” Host Shares Homemade BBQ Sauce Recipe

With the wide range of barbecue sauces available on grocery store shelves one would assume that all's been conquered where the "little condiment that could" is concerned. However, Gary House, host of the widely viewed show "Cooking Everything Outdoors" says otherwise. "I really amp up the flavor with the use of ingredients that are 'souped up' so to speak. When you combine flavors it's one thing but, when you're careful to combine components that are more intense on their own, it's a whole other kind of experience." said the popular show host.

ListFree.org (Press Release) - Friday, June 28th, 2013

OAKDALE, CA – With the wide range of barbecue sauces available on grocery store shelves one would assume that all’s been conquered where the “little condiment that could” is concerned. However, Gary House, host of the widely viewed show “Cooking Everything Outdoors” says otherwise. “I really amp up the flavor with the use of ingredients that are ‘souped up’ so to speak. When you combine flavors it’s one thing but, when you’re careful to combine components that are more intense on their own, it’s a whole other kind of experience.” said the popular show host.

Close to the traditional Kansas City Barbecue sauce, which is considered an exceptional everyday use kind of sauce, House’s homemade version has fourteen ingredients which produce a layered taste. The outdoor chef uses Traina California Sun Dried Tomato Ketchup, Cholula Chipotle Hot Sauce, Kona Brewing Company Koko Brown Ale, brown sugar, red onion, garlic, apple cider vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, honey mustard, paprika, sea salt, black pepper, celery seed and chili powder.

Because House is a fan of seeing his onions in his sauce, he prefers that the they be cut into a small dice before sauteing. Though if a silky smooth sauce is desired he advises a very small mince and an extra long sauté over medium low heat in a bit of olive oil. No matter the dice, he then adds the garlic and sautés both until tender. To that he adds brown sugar, the California Sun-Dried Tomato Ketchup, and the Koko Brown Ale and simmers all together for several minutes. In time he adds the remaining ingredients and continues to simmer them for thirty minutes on low heat. This tact causes the sauce to thicken and can be served when the consistency is at preference.

Gary House hosts the widely viewed YouTube show, “Cooking Everything Outdoors” and has been featured on many popular media outlets like “Camp Chef”, “Garden Fork TV”, “TMP Outdoors”, “Outdoor Cooking Channel”, “Big Wild Radio show”, “Fix It Life Radio Show”, “iTunes” and “Country TV – New Zealand”. To schedule an interview write info@cooking-outdoors.com.

For more information and ample recipes visit http://www.cooking-outdoors.com. For a direct link to House’s BBQ Sauce recipe visit http://www.cooking-outdoors.com/how-to-make-homemade-bbq-sauce.html. To watch the “Cooking Everything Outdoors” show on YouTube visit https://www.youtube.com/CookingOutdoors. To connect on Facebook and Twitter visit https://www.facebook.com/CookingEverythingOutdoors and https://twitter.com/CookingOutdoors respectively.

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