29 SaucesDamn - Tasty, Sure Simple Rib Sauce3 tb Olive oil 1/4 c Tomato paste or ketchup4 ea Cloves garlic, minced 3 tb Dijon Mustard1/3 c Brown sugar, packed 2 tb Soy Sauce1/4 c Cider vinegar 1 tb Red pepper flakes2/3 c Chicken stock Heat the oil in a small, heavy saucepan over medium heat. Add garlic andsaute until transparent, 2 to 3 minutes. Do not allow the garlic to burn.Whisk in remaining ingredients, reduce heat to low; simmer 15 minutes to20 minutes, until the mixture thickens. Stir occasionally.Sauce for Pork 3 c Ketchup 2 tb Worcestershire sauce1/4 c Sugar 2 tb Chili powder1/2 c Tarragon Vinegar 1 tb Cayenne1 ea Medium onion, minced 1 tb Garlic saltCombine all ingredients in a saucepan and cook over medium heat for 10minutes. Stir frequently. Allow to cool down to room temperature. Brushthe mixture on the pork during the final phase of cooking; if usingindirect heat, you may use it a mop.Dehydrator Barbecue Sauce (Cajun)1 c Onions, dehydrated 1 c Ketchup1/4 c Sweet peppers, dehydrated 2 T Louisiana hot sauce1/4 c Parsley, dried 1 T Salt1/2 c Honey 1/2 t Mint, dried1 T Lemon juice 1 c Dry white wine3 T Lea & Perrins 3 T Vinegar1 T Liquid smoke 1 c WaterPut all the dried ingredients in a pot and add water. Let it set a littlewhile. Add the wine and the rest of the ingredients. Cover and cook forseveral hours. "I use a food dehydrator to preserve vegetables when theyare in season, then I store them and use them when I need them."Diddy-Wa-Diddy Mop & Basting Sauce1/4 ts Black pepper 1/4 c White vinegar1/4 ts Salt 1 c Grape juice1/2 ts Hot pepper sauceCombine all ingredients in a jar. Tighten lid and shake until blended.This sauce may also be served at room temperature or heated.