One of the reasons Lucious “The King’s” BBQ Seasoning cooks so well is that, unlike sugar based sauces, it doesn’t burn. However, there is always a need for a sauce to coat cooked meat just prior to removing it from the grill or to use for dipping with the meal. Lucious “The King’s” BBQ Seasoning makes a great addition to most sauce recipes. One of our favorites is made with ketchup, vinegar and brown sugar. It can be used for both dipping and basting. The recipe is simple.

  • 2 Cups Brown Sugar
  • 1 Cup of Vinegar
  • 1 Cup Ketchup
  • 1 TBSP Worcestershire Sauce
  • 1 TBSP (or to taste) Lucious “The King’s” BBQ Seasoning
  • Garlic, Onion, Hot Sauce and Orange Juice to taste
  • Mix all ingredients in a sauce pan, simmer until thick.

Stir occasionally.



Buy good pork tenderloin
Put plenty of Lucious “The King’s” Barbecue Seasoning on the tenderloin and stick n a few cloves. If you don’t have whole cloves, you might just put a touch of ground clove (really, use just a little by sprinkling over the top of the tenderloin one time).

Put the tenderloin on the grill away from the coals; or put a pan with vinegar, Worcestershire Sauce, Lucious “The King’s” Barbecue Seasoning and apple juice on the coals with the tenderloin on the grill grate above the pan. A deep disposable aluminum pan is ideal. Cook the meat until it is tender and juicy which can be a few hours or an all day affair, depending on the weight of the meat. It’s done when the meat thermometer reaches between 146 and 160 degrees Fahrenheit.



Mix –

  • 8 oz Sour Cream
  • 8 oz Mayonnaise
  • Lucious “The King’s” BBQ Seasoning to taste!
  • Chill and serve