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Lee Roy Selmon's Oklahoma-Style Spicy BBQ Sauce

 
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Smokinfunk
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 20 08 4:41 am    Post subject: Lee Roy Selmon's Oklahoma-Style Spicy BBQ Sauce Reply with quote

Hello all.

Was just down in Tampa last week and my brother and I ate at a Lee Roy Selmons restaurant. While not the best 'q I've ever had, it definitely wasn't bad, and they had a selection of 4 sauces from which you could choose your poison.

For an appetizer we had their smoked/grilled chicken wings (outstanding!) and they come with their Oklahoma-style spicy sauce, which has some spicy zing on the tastebuds. I REALLY like that sauce.

I've done some Googling, but to no avail. Does anyone have a recipe that tastes anything like this sauce, or, know of an off-the-shelf sauce that is similar in terms of flavor and heat?
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02 08 11:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey there Smokinfunk Wink

How are you?

I had an idea that just might work Wink

get on the old phone & dial 411 (directory assistance)
when the operator ask what city & state

reply with "Tampa Bay, Florida"
then name of the bbq company "Lee Roy Selmons BBQ"

hopfully directory assistance (411) will come up with the direct phone # to Lee Roy Selmans BBQ

at this point you are on the phone ordering LEE ROY SELMANS Sauce directly!!

or call your Brother & have him go purchase some for you & send it to ya Wink

is it that good?

If so, I just might have to seek it out as well!! Razz I like it spicy too!

hope this helps Smokinfunk
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02 08 11:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

icecoldkicks wrote:
Hey there Smokinfunk Wink

How are you?

I had an idea that just might work Wink

get on the old phone & dial 411 (directory assistance)
when the operator ask what city & state

reply with "Tampa Bay, Florida"
then name of the bbq company "Lee Roy Selmons BBQ"

hopfully directory assistance (411) will come up with the direct phone # to Lee Roy Selmans BBQ

at this point you are on the phone ordering LEE ROY SELMANS Sauce directly!!

or call your Brother & have him go purchase some for you & send it to ya Wink

is it that good?

If so, I just might have to seek it out as well!! Razz I like it spicy too!

hope this helps Smokinfunk


Man I just called 411

LOL LeeRoy Selman BBQ is a non published # & address??

How are you gonna market your goods if you have no way of being contacted!! LOL
I was gonna order me some of that sauce!!

If your bro is in Tampa, see if he will getcha some..

let me know, I want some now too Wink

have a great day!!

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03 08 4:15 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dont mean to hyjack the thread but if you want to try a "real" Oklahoma bbq sauce you got to try some of Sa-mokin's sauce.. It is freakin awesome.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03 08 4:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
Dont mean to hyjack the thread but if you want to try a "real" Oklahoma bbq sauce you got to try some of Sa-mokin's sauce.. It is freakin awesome.


Thats what I read from another thread from this forum!
Sa-moken Sauce sounds like its gonna be good! lots are talkn about it for sure, where do I order some??? Wink

Thanks Roxy

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03 08 4:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

icecoldkicks wrote:
roxy wrote:
Dont mean to hyjack the thread but if you want to try a "real" Oklahoma bbq sauce you got to try some of Sa-mokin's sauce.. It is freakin awesome.


Thats what I read from another thread from this forum!
Sa-moken Sauce sounds like its gonna be good! lots are talkn about it for sure, where do I order some??? Wink

Thanks Roxy

JP


There is some web site that you can get it from but I think if you PM Sa-mokin he will be able to tell you directly.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03 08 4:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

roxy wrote:
icecoldkicks wrote:
roxy wrote:
Dont mean to hyjack the thread but if you want to try a "real" Oklahoma bbq sauce you got to try some of Sa-mokin's sauce.. It is freakin awesome.


Thats what I read from another thread from this forum!
Sa-moken Sauce sounds like its gonna be good! lots are talkn about it for sure, where do I order some??? Wink

Thanks Roxy

JP


There is some web site that you can get it from but I think if you PM Sa-mokin he will be able to tell you directly.


Thks Roxy

PEACE Wink
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03 08 5:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

icecoldkicks wrote:
roxy wrote:
icecoldkicks wrote:
roxy wrote:
Dont mean to hyjack the thread but if you want to try a "real" Oklahoma bbq sauce you got to try some of Sa-mokin's sauce.. It is freakin awesome.


Thats what I read from another thread from this forum!
Sa-moken Sauce sounds like its gonna be good! lots are talkn about it for sure, where do I order some??? Wink

Thanks Roxy

JP


There is some web site that you can get it from but I think if you PM Sa-mokin he will be able to tell you directly.


Thks Roxy

PEACE Wink


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 18 08 2:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey, have you got a compu....oh, yeah. I just went to the website for LRS, and there is a BBQ sauce recipe-his momma's--on the website! I'm still mad I didn't eat there when I spent 2 weeks just down the road from there. I did, however, eat at Roys whichever...pretty good, but Rockfish(?) no, Bonefish chilean sea bass was Really good. And Blue Marlin topped w/shrimp etouffee at Landry's is still one of the best things I've ever eaten!!
Except for home slow smoked barbeque...one time
Ah, I just wanted to segue back to the correct subject! Now, to copy that LR Selman's recipe!
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