To make bone stock, buy stout beef bones and bake them in a medium oven for about 2 hours then boil them in water. Add all the other ingredients to the bone stock and let mixture stand overnight in the refrigerator before using. You can use canned beef stock, but it's not as good.
Use this mop to baste meats while cooking. Keep leftover mop refrigerated.
Combine all ingredients in a jar. Tighten lid and shake until blended. This sauce may be served at room temperature or heated.
"This is a simple flavor enhancer", Remus tells me. "It's thin enough to read today's headlines through--but not so thin that a politician can." Remus assures me that this authentic sauce can be used as a mop during cooking and as a dip after your meat has been taken off the grill. Good on beef and pork.
Try this on your yard bird next time you barbecue.