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In large screw-top ... except chicken and glaze. Cover and ... serving, brush with honey-mustard glaze: Combine ... teaspoon dry mustard. Makes 6 servings.
Place chicken in ... turning frequently. Just before serving, brush with Honey-Mustard Glaze. GLAZE: Combine 1/4 cup honey and 1/4 teaspoon dry mustard.
In large screw-top ... except chicken and glaze. Cover and ... serving, brush with Honey-Mustard Glaze: Combine ... teaspoon dry mustard. Makes 6 servings.
Clean the ribs and de-fat. Remove sinew. Make shallow cuts on the surface of the meaty side (as opposed to the ribs). Combine other ingredients in a ...
Place ribs in ... fire and let coals burn until covered with gray ashes. Brush spareribs with following glaze as they broil; repeat as often as you wish.
Score ham on ... inch deep). Combine honey, barbecue sauce and brown ... day and refrigerate. Reheat 300 degrees and cover loosely with foil. Serves 6-8.
Combine barbeque sauce, ... for 2 1/2 hours. Baste with marinade occasionally. Drizzle honey over ribs and continue cooking for 10 minutes more, uncovered.
Salt meat well ... 2 hours. Mix glaze of catsup and honey. Brush one ... and glaze other side. Roast another 35 minutes. Be sure meat doesn't touch water.
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