F&W uncovers the best new flavors for fire-fueled cooking.

By Emily Kaiser Thelin and Kelly Snowden
June 01, 2010

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The jalapeño-spiked "Bob-B-Q" sauce from New York's Katchkie Farm is so fresh it tastes almost salsa-like. $6 for 10 oz; greatperformances.com.Anytime Spreadable Fruits

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SchoolHouse Kitchen's intense, low-sugar Anytime Spreadable Fruits can give a kick to grilled pork. $26 for four 10-oz jars; schoolhousekitchen.com.Bacon-Infused

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Star chef Thomas Keller has added this robust apple-bacon barbecue sauce to his growing Ad Hoc line. $16 for 13 oz; williams-sonoma.com.Kendall-Jackson verjus

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Light & Tart

For its verjus (lovely in meat marinades), Kendall-Jackson has bottled unripe Chardonnay and Pinot Noir juices. $15 for 500 ml; kendalljackson.com.

Spicy Thai

Frank's RedHot makes authentic Buffalo Wing hot sauce and, now, a Thai-style Sweet Chili flavor. $3 for 12 oz; franksredhot.com.

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