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Original Q, Issue #033- Marinade, review, stage coach, diabetes, sauce
August 01, 2010
Get Another Drink and Try Again
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They have amazing macaroni and cheese, a great atmosphere, a unique building, and overall amazing cuisine! I loved eating their food, it was great BBQ
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.
BEST Baked Pork
This is directly off the company website but I think it is the best baked pork recipe I have ever tried! Stage Coach Baked Pork 1/2 cup Stage Coach
Stage Coach Sauces Carolina Barbeque is the BEST
This is the best Carolina Style BBQ Sauce I have ever had - the only problem is I can only get it when I am in Florida or when I call the company. And
Diabetes information is available for those wishing to eat healthy.
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.
How do deal with flareups?
The easiest way to prevent flareups is to do what you can to keep them from happening. What I mean by that is, trim excess fat from meats you are going to grill. Also don't put meats onto the grill that are dripping with oil.
Thinking ahead and preparing for it will greatly reduce flareups. Although, we do know... they will still happen. When flareups do happen, remove the meat from the flame to another part of the grill. The dripping fat that has melted is what's burning. Let it burn and the flame will die out.
Sometimes this is easier said than done. But working to control the flames is usually the best approach. You should only use a spray bottle of water as a last resort.
It is widely known that water on a grease fire is not a good idea. When you spray, sure the fire goes out, but the grease is still there. And it will catch fire again when it gets hot enough. Beside, with some of that spraying going on, what gets splattered onto you meat can make it taste bitter.
The Challenge Continues.
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