Is Teriyaki generally accepted as the king of post-BBQ flavoring?

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  1. Phan Neepack

    Phan Neepack Well-Known Member

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    It seems that you just can't go wrong with Teriyaki. Is enhances the flavor of so many things, and is so incredibly versatile
     
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    If your bbq needs sauce you need to make the salad and let your wife handle the grill.
     
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    stripes Active Member Banned User

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    wtf are you talking about, ya smother your shit in terryaki...:facepalm: terryaki is good on stirfry dumbass
     
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    Phan Neepack Well-Known Member

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    Thats silly.. dont tell me you don't even put salt & pepper on your meat ...THATS flavoring
     
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    Incorrect. It is delicious on chicken and beef in many forms