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Original Q, Issue #021 -- bbq sauce, marinade, reviews
August 01, 2009
Get Another Drink and Try Again
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Table of Contents
Recent Website Additions and Updates
*Danna's Bar-B-Que & Burger Shop
Recent Website Additions
Danna's Bar-B-Que & Burger Shop
This past Fourth of July week, the wife and I visited Branson, Missouri (as we usually do around our anniversary). Naturally, I was on the lookout for...
All Set for Another Fourth of July
On the last days of our trip to Branson, my wife (Judy) and I made our last stop at her sister's (Janet) house. This year, our Fourth of July BBQ happened a day earlier.
BBQ Sauce Recipes, Pick Your Style
BBQ sauce recipes come from different parts of the country in different styles. Pick your style and create your own BBQ sauce.
Marinade recipes........what you should know.
A good overview of what marinade recipes are, how they are used, what they do, and what is in them. All excellent information to help you be better prepared to create your own masterpiece.
The Shed - Ocean Springs, MS
It's at exit 57 on Hwy 57 (barbecue heaven). It's awesome food and the sauce is boss! I wish my homemade barbecue sauce was this
How would you suggest to grill pork chops, and how thick should they be?
My wife and I recently grilled a couple of pork chops. They turned out to be very tasty. You just can't help but like it too. This is what I did.
The pork chops I used were boneless loin chops cut about 1 inch thick. I like that thickness. It allows you to get some good color and grill marks on the outside without overcooking the inside.
Grilling them was pretty basic. I simply seasoned both sides with salt and pepper and tossed them on a hot grill. 5 to 6 minutes per side was about right.
To add a little sweetness and compliment that great pork chop flavor, I made a sauce ahead of time. Here is what was in it.
1/3 cup brown sugar
Combine the first five ingredients into a saucepan and bring to a boil. Mix the water and cornstarch together, then add it to the saucepan. Stir until thickened.
During the last few minutes of grill time, add sauce to the pork chops. Serve the remaining sauce drizzled over the pork chops when served (or in small bowls for dipping).
The Challenge Continues.
I don't want to give you the idea that I can't be stumped, but... let's see what happens.
All the Best
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