Gourmet sauces. The sauce is the boss! In 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 cookoff. 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 riboff. Within a year, Larry and I, along with our high school friend Mike O'Brien, formed a company around our award-winning sauce and our simple philosophy about barbecue. - Sweet Baby Ray. Gluten free. Brush on meat during last 15 minutes of barbecuing or boiling. Refrigerate after opening. Best when purchased by date on label.
Contains: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
May Contain: Does not contain any of the 8 major allergens
Serving Size: 2.0 tablespoons
Store: In a Dry location at Room temperature
Exterior Container: Plastic Bottle
Dietary Needs: Gluten free, Kosher
State of Readiness: Ready to eat
Spice Level: Mild
Servings: 14.0, Exact
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Exterior container weight: 18.0 ounces
Item Number (DPCI): 212-04-0626
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