Fire Up the Grill




Smoky and Spicy! In a blind taste test, our staff compared four N.H. barbecue sauces from around the state. Here’s what they thought.Beasley’s Barbecue SauceThis traditional barbecue sauce has a good balance between heat and a sweet smoky flavor. This is a great sauce if you’re feeding a crowd — great for those who want some spice, but not too hot for everyone else to enjoy.

Beasley’s Barbecue Sauce

Original Chicago Slo-Burn (Medium)

16 Eastern Ave.

Amherst

(603) 672-4841

Sold on www.nhmade.com

Amelia Maes & Co.Goodies Barbecue Sauce from Amelia Maes has that wonderful homemade taste. For those who like a sweeter barbecue taste, this is the sauce for you. This version has molasses, brown sugar and just a hint of spice.

Ameiia Maes & Co., LLC

Goodies Barbecue Sauce

916 Province Rd.

Strafford

(603) 664-2472

www.ameliamaes.com

Ledge Top Sugar HouseThe Maple Barbecue sauce from Ledge Top Sugar House stands out from all the rest. Sweet and spicy, this sauce has a much thinner consistency than the others, making it ideal as a marinade or dipping sauce.

Ledge Top Sugar House

Maple Barbecue Sauce

25 Oak St.

Boscawen

(603) 753-4973

www.ledgetop.com

And the Winner Is...Mizuna Market and CaféIt wasn’t easy to pick a winner, but when it came down to it the sauce from Mizuna Café came out on top. It has a little bit of everything — it’s sweet, smoky and packs a nice kick of spice. When heading outside for a backyard barbecue, we recommend you stop in at Mizuna for your sauce supplies.

Mizuna Market and Café

381 Portsmouth Ave.

Greenland

(603) 436-4002

www.mizunanh.com

Edit ModuleEdit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Popular Articles

  1. Beer Guide 2016 - Seacoast and Merrimack Valley
    Looking for more great beer? Here's the rest of the 2016 edition of the Beer Guide that we...
  2. Guide to Local Beer in NH's Monadnock, Lakes and North Country Regions
    If you’re a craft beer lover in New Hampshire, then chances are you know all about what’s...
  3. Walking New Hampshire's Northern Border
    “Good fences make good neighbors,” wrote Robert Frost, quoting his grumpy muse. No fences...
  4. Tips for Taking Great Outdoor Photos
    Your photography doesn't have to stop at selfies. Learn how to take top-quality shots of the...
  5. The Scaredycat's Guide to Haunted Houses
    Fear led our primitive ancestors to hide in caves and build fires to keep their nightmares at...
  6. Donna Zils Banfield Turns Simple Bowls into Works of Art
    The Derry woodturner's vessels would bring flair to any home.
  7. Take a Fall Jaunt to Jaffrey
    A seasonal tradition and a spate of history and culture makes the town worth a visit this fall.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags