|Taste of Life|
|by Julie Stafford|
Julie Stafford's taste of life philosophy was born when her husband - at only 30 years of age - was diagnosed with cancer.
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Put all ingredients ... by hand and whisk together. Put in a jar and keep refrigerated until ready to use. Makes enough for about 3 average BBQ sessions.
Optional Marinade: Marinate ... 2 tablespoons soy sauce, 1 teaspoon ... cucumbers and orange mandarin slices. A very colorful and cool Spring or Summer dish.
Remove sinew from ... Combine ingredients for sauce; bring to ... Figure about 1 lb. per person when purchasing ribs. This sauce is also great for pork chops.
Using a small ... combine ingredients for sauce. Note: Stir ... evenly. We cook our ribs with the meaty side facing up for about 75% of the cooking time.
In a stainless steel, combine ingredients and bring to a boil, stirring. Simmer for 5 minutes. Let cool in pan. Reserve 1/3 cup of marinade for ...
Melt butter, mix ... garlic powder, mix in mustard, mix in Worcestershire, mix in liquid smoke, mix in honey. Simmer at least an hour. The longer the better.
Start off by ... first layer of BBQ sauce after draining. Once ... sauce, then serve. If they stick a little it is ok, that is what the oil and foil is for!!
Sprinkle chicken generously ... in mustard, vinegar, honey and Tabasco sauce. Cook over low heat. Baste on chicken last 10 to 15 minutes of cooking time.
Combine all ingredients together. Let stand at room temperature for several hours allowing flavors to blend. Use your favorite BB meats: ribs, ...
Boil ribs on ... boiled, mix ketchup, BBQ sauce, honey, and garlic ... You'll want lots of napkins and extra sauce which can be used to pour over rice.
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