I got this recipe from a booklet from Domino Sugar with recipes using their brownulated sugar, and according to the booklet, this type of sauce, which does not have a tomato base, is a Southern tradition. It can be made on the grill, in the oven, or using a broiler. I think it's very good, and I hope you enjoy it. Time does not include marinating, and is for broiling or marinating. Baking time is included in recipe directions. NOTE: I prefer not using the marinade for the sauce, so I usually double it and use half to marinade and half when preparing the chicken. But you can just follow the recipe as is, and use the marinade to prepare the sauce if you prefer. If you do not have brownulated sugar (which is a granulated brown sugar) you can substitute the 1/3 cup brownulated sugar with a mixture of 4 tbs. plus 2 tsp. of packed brown sugar mixed with 2 tsp. of granulated white sugar.