Wank's Off Da Hook BBQ Sauce is Off Da Hook
At the Art & Soul Fest in Oakland today, there was a new section devoted to locally grown and produced foods. Among the vendors was Wank's Off Da Hook BBQ Sauce. Wow, that's good stuff -- not too sweet and not too sour, with just the right amount of heat, and a bargain at $3 a bottle. Just finished having the sloppy joe's I made with it tonight. Glad to know there are a few places in the area where I can pick up some more.
Also at the Festival were Serendipity Chocolates -- I liked their "intensity" truffle, Numi Teas, Your Black Muslim Bakery, and three wineries including Enat Winery that makes Tej, an Ethiopian Honey Wine, which we bought a bottle of as well.
Thank you for the tip--I grill w/o any provision for making sauce, which I usually consider a supplement rather than a necessity, but always like to try different versions. Would you be so kind as to provide the first 4-5 ingredients listed on Wank's label? 'T'would tell me a bit about the flavor profile, like degree of tomato-ness,vinegar acidity, nature of sweet (like fructose-corn syrup vs. molasses vs. honey). again, thanks