Fifty years ago, C.B. Stubblefield, known simply as “Stubb” started bottling his bar-b-q sauce in old whisky bottles and jam jars. It blew folks away. When Stubb later moved to Austin, he was urged by friends and patrons to sell his signature sauce. So using old whiskey bottles and jam jars, Stubb began hand-bottling his sauce for sale, corking each makeshift container with a jalapeño. Today, they continue to manufacture barbecue Read More
In 2010, I purchased this 3.15 ounce/89 gram bag of Texas Teriyaki flavored Stubb’s beef jerky. This bag was purchased at a convenience store in Jacksonville, Florida. This jerky uses Stubbs Texas Teriyaki Marinade, which is a commercially sold barbecue sauce.