Reminding everyone that it's hard to be Jewish on more than just Christmas: Bad Jew BBQ, a 305-bottled Kosher sauce conjured up by two southern dudes (one Jewish, one not), who love the hell out of some BBQ, and want to let observant Jews house it without "all the guilty aftertaste", which is why they created a sauce that turns pork into delicious, guiltless bagels with lox. Oh, it just makes non-pork BBQ taste good too? OK, got it. The juice on the sauce:
- Everything down to the tomato paste is Kosher, as the entire production is supervised by a Rabbi, who apparently has a "cool sense of humor", and so presumably only tells jokes about Zack Morris and Gambit from X-Men.
- Aside from "a strong sense of humor with a side serving of wise-ass rebellion" (Oy...), the Kansas City-style stuff is loaded with tomatoes, black pepper, garlic, brown sugar, and Worcestershire, which combine for a "not super sweet" flavor thanks to citrus notes like tamarind and OJ -- who, incidentally, is also not super sweet.
- The guys recommend dropping it on everything from salmon and eggs to even mashed potatoes, but, despite one of them being incredibly Jewish, think it's pretty awful on gefilte fish and matzoh.
- Relax, they're not trying to convert you; they're strictly about the saucy goodness and "don't want to preach to anyone", so someone should consider getting Pat Robertson on a heavy diet of this stuff.
In the next week, the saucebuckling duo will also be dropping tees sporting the phrase "It Takes A Bad Jew To Make Good BBQ", which doubly explains why these guys won't be getting any Christmas presents this year.
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