This recipes combines inexpensive bottled BBQ sauce with raspberry preserves and spices. You can adjust the heat by adding more or less peppers and adding honey if you like. It's pretty spicy, but mellows as it grills. We use it on baby back ribs, but I imagine chicken or other grilled meats would be good too.
Rum combined with pineapple,orange juice and pina colada mix takes you back to the salty seas of the caribbean. If Cruzan orange rum is not in your budget (like mine), use dark rum with 1 tsp. orange zest. A bit sweet, so some of us would like to add another 2 oz. of rum, your call. Entered into my recipe book for ZWT5.
An outrageously funny name for a drink that comes with a powerful punch. This tasts just like fruit punch, but is lethally loaded with alcohol. The cranberry hits you upfront, and slowly gives way to the pineapple and subtle underpinnings of almonds. Popular throughout the Pacific Islands, and made by the pitcher at beach bars everywhere. I found this while looking for ZWT 7 recipes.
Mrs. Dash seasoning is so fun to experiement with. This simple tuna sandwich gets a unique kick with the addition of Mrs. Dash original seasoning. Bread can be toasted or served plain, with or without additional mayonnise.