EAN-130013409128459   EAN-13 barcode 0013409128459
UPC-A013409128459   UPC-A barcode 013409128459
Product NameSweet Baby Ray's Barbecue Sauce - 2/40oz
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B0027UKBUA
Long DescriptionIn 1985, my brother, Chef Larry Raymond, perfected the family's recipe and entered our sweet and tangy barbecue sauce into the country's largest rib cook-off. He named it after the nickname I got while playing basketball on Chicago's West Side - ''Sweet Baby Ray''. The sauce is so fine, the taste beat out nearly 700 entries in the rib-off. Within a year, Larry and I, along with out high school friend Mike O'Brien, formed a company around our award-winning sauce and our simple philosophy about barbecue. ''The Sauce is the Boss.''
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Created06-17-2012 5:43:53am
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