Subject: Stove bbq Quickies bbq in a box
Date: 10/22/2019, 6:13 PM
On 10/20/2019 12:42 PM, Dorothy wrote:
When we were young a grocery store in sulphur springs TX made bbq on the stove
they served it in white foldable boxes you could take with you it was kind of soupy
but man it was tender n lots of sopping juice. i would love to have that recipe if
anyone knows it.
I'm sorry, I can't find anything at all about this. I might be able to find at least a mention
if you can tell me the name of the grocery store.
I will post this. Maybe someone will remember it.
Subject: Barbecue in a Box
Date: 10/31/2019, 8:18 PM
We had similar type of que sandwiches in Oklahoma in the 60s. You could smell it when walking
in the store. As I remember, it was “Hill billy barbeque sauce”. They would use an electric
frying pan to heat the meat. Sandwiches were 25 cents. Usually a hillbilly sauce company
representative, made the sandwiches to sell the sauce. My dad watched the method of making,
and then all you had to buy was sauce and buns. Get a can of corned beef. Not hash the kind
opened with a key. Put in pan with sauce and heat on low. You can add too much sauce because
as the meat heats up and you stir it gets soupy if you add too much sauce. I don’t think
Hillbilly sauce is made anymore, but use your favorite brand. A very quick meal and you would
never guess it is canned corned beef.