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  1. BBQ Sauce. Cherry I amended from recipe below Balsamic glaze in a bottle from the store about ¼ cup Agave syrup (any sweetener like molasses ) about ¼ cup ½ of the recipe brown sugar Honey ¼ cup Cinnamon ¼ teaspoon 2 cloves https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/cherry-barbecue-sauce/ i gotta say this stuff is awesome. I was short on Brown Sugar so I improvised.... The worst part is pitting 4c of fresh cherries. Worth it though!
  2. Here's another really great snack for game day or any other day where you need a finger food that beats finger sandwiches with chicken or egg salad... Moink Balls These are super-easy... Go to the grocery store and pick up a bag of frozen meatballs of any variety you like. Wrap each meatball with a half slice of bacon and secure with a toothpick. Dust them with your favorite BBQ rub... Toss them on the grill over indirect heat until the bacon is done to your satisfaction. When the bacon is done, dip the moink balls in your favorite BBQ sauce and put them back on the grill for 15 minutes or so and then dig in!
  3. https://www.coakleysbbqsauce.com/
  4. Mama Smokehowze’s BBQ Sauced Chicken with Grilled Roma Tomato and Marinated Cucumber This meal was a labor of love. I have been working on recreating my mother’s BBQ sauce recipe. What we have to go on was a “supposed” written down version of the recipe. Now, my mother was a great cook and she cooked by divine inspiration coupled with smell, sight, and taste along with the pinch of this, dash of that approach -- very seldom was anything written down. (Humm… wonder where my cooking style and my kids techniques came from.) So tonight, my son and I built a 6 cup batch of our next variant of “Mama Smokehowze’s BBQ Sauce” I have to say I think I am getting really close to the sauce I grew up eating (at least what is in my memory bank) . Maybe a few more tries to get it zeroed it. When I get it right, I will probably post it in the recipes. It has a great flavor balance and a nice touch of pepperiness. Since we like chicken thighs grilled on Big(Red)Joe that was what was cooked tonight - 5.5 lbs bone-in and skin-on. The sides were grilled roma tomatoes and marinated cucumbers. Here are the pictures and details. All in all a very nice meal that brought back some good growing-up family time together memories. A Great Tasting Meal Full of Flavors Cooking Up “Mama Smokehowze’s BBQ Sauce” Prepping the Romas - brushed with grapeseed oil, balsamic vinegar, dried organic basil and oregano Tomatoes on Big(Red)Joe – 375 degrees direct for about 5 minutes total turning often and moving around over the coals Time to Make a Turn - note the charring on some of the tomatoes that is coming on and fast! Fantastic Tomatoes - set them aside and cover with foil while cooking the chicken The Cucumbers - marinated in ¼ c red & ½ c white wine vinegar, 3 Tbs sugar, touch of water, pinch of salt The Chicken Taking in the Sauce in Mid Cook – reset Joe for 350 degrees indirect, 10 minutes sauce and turn, 10 minutes sauce and turn, then sauce and turn every 5 minutes until 175-180 internal (probably about 35 min in all) with some good hickory wood smoke during the whole cook. About 3 cups sauces glazed on these16 thighs. Chicken is Done - These Pretty Things Are All Ready for The Plate and the Palate
  5. Here it is folks... a really great Eastern North Carolina Style BBQ Sauce Recipe! Ingredients: 4 cups apple cider vinegar 1/4 cup brown sugar 4 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons crushed red pepper flakes 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon hot sauce Mix the ingredients together and make sure the salt and sugar has dissolved completely. Store in the fridge for 12-24 hours before use. Serve at room temperature! This sauce also makes a fantastic mop/baste for pork while it's cooking. Video:
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