The Untold Truth Of Stubb’s BBQ Sauce

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 The Untold Truth Of Stubb’s BBQ Sauce


Soon after leaving Lubbock, Stubb relocated to Austin, Texas, where he worked in a BBQ restaurant (via TSHA) before opening a new restaurant and music venue of his own in 1986. But this restaurant would not keep its doors open for very long as it would close down three years later. But that’s when inspiration hit, thanks to the suggestions of several friends: bottle up the sauce and sell it. One of the keys to his sauce, aside from love and care in preparing it, was how he bottled it. 



In the beginning, he reused bottles and jars — Jack Daniel’s bottles, in particular, according to Texas Monthly, and simply removed the label. Then, he hand poured the sauce, added a jalapeño pepper, and corked it, according to Taste of Home. Further setting Stubb’s apart in the sauce’s early days, each bottle came with an audio cookbook named “Stubb’s Blues Cookbook Cassette” recorded on a cassette tape, according to Texas Monthly.





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