Consumers are splurging on specialty sauces that pack a powerful punch
The judges were deadlocked. After tasting three variations of barbecue sauce fashioned after best-selling brand Montgomery Inn, Dorothy Lane Market's testers could not agree on a favorite for its new store brand. A group comprising mostly Dayton, Ohio, natives was stuck on a sweet version, while an equal number wouldn't budge on their favorite: a spicy, smoky and bolder, Texas-style sauce. Although DLM corporate chef Carrie Walters counted herself among the latter group, she did what any ...
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