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    I have adopted this recipe from Mean Chef. This is one of my favorite recipes. The pork is sweet, succulent and falling apart tender. Fabulous served alone, on rolls, in tortillas.

    Recipe #26257

    85 Reviews |  By keen5

    I got this copycat recipe from Algy's Recipe Exchange.

    Recipe #64356

    I found this out on the web last year and have made it a couple of times. We love it on chicken or shrimp kabobs grilled outside. It's wonderful.

    Recipe #17073

    Adopted recipe. Please note that this is not a sweet BBQ sauce at all. If you are looking for a "Memphis" or "Kansas City" style sauce, with tomatoes and molasses or brown sugar, please look elsewhere or you will be disappointed. Eastern North Carolina is where you would find the original inspiration for this. Traditionally, a whole hog is cooked and this style of sauce is used both for the mop and on the side. I really like this stuff, it's a nice change from sweet sauces and makes a dynamite mop, as well. Keeps in a covered container in the fridge almost indefinitely.

    Recipe #31020

    My favorite sticky, ooey, falling apart spareribs, also included is a recipe for my famous homemade sauce!

    Recipe #83678

    38 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a yummy and quick dish. Don't over cook. I like my tuna still pink inside. Left overs are great cold on a green salad!

    Recipe #66256

    38 Reviews |  By Dib's

    AWSOME Burgers if I do say so myself!

    Recipe #10443

    37 Reviews |  By P4

    Brining pork chops is undoubtedly the best way to prepare them. After I did it once, I will no longer prepare them any other way. They are juicy and delicious and far better than any I've ever had before.

    Recipe #51886

    35 Reviews |  By P4

    From Fine Cooking Issue #39, recipe and method by Paul Kirk, a BBQ genius! I had never ever had any luck making BBQ chicken until I read this article and followed it to the letter. Now, I am famous for my BBQ chicken. This recipe is ridiculously easy, and requires very little effort on your part, mostly just monitoring the grill. The sauce and rub are just mixing everything together. I guarantee you will love this chicken.

    Recipe #49136

    31 Reviews |  By Fauve

    This recipe is, quite honestly, my most coveted of all! Once you taste these wonderful grilled burgers, all other burgers will take a back seat to these for the rest of your life! I made these for my son about a year ago, and he insists on nothing else from the grill. Just wait and see...

    Recipe #41734

    Source: Ina Garten http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/tequila-lime-chicken-recipe/index.html

    Recipe #67290

    I'm passing this on from a girlfriend of mine. I made it and all I can say is "Wow"! I actually marinaded the tenderloins for 72 hours because I forgot I had it in the refrigerator and it was wonderful.

    Recipe #61069

    This from the restaurant in KC. I got the recipe when Mr Gates was on Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #16745

    Here in Texas, we don't cook with BBQ sauce, but we love it on the side to spoon over our brisket, fajitas, chicken, etc and it has to have a little kick. I've been told over and over again that this is the best BBQ sauce they've ever had and I ought to bottle it. I love to cook, but I don't want to do it for a living--so enjoy it for free.

    Recipe #152439

    Plan ahead these need to marinade for at least 12 hours but 24 hours is even better, I also throw in some chopped green onions, but that is optional, you will *love* this recipe! :)

    Recipe #80416

    When you know you're going to have a hectic week, you're tired of BBQ sauces and Shake 'n Bake, but you want something a "little more" without having to forage for bizarre ingredients, this is the marinade to turn to. Let chops marinate overnight then quickly broil or grill and presto: yummy dinner without a lot of fuss. A "quickie" will work; pop 'em in the marinade in the morning and serve by dinnertime.

    Recipe #100554

    Walleye is just about the best whitefish I know, and this marinade is fantastic! Allow about 3 hours for marinating, and either grill or broil the walleye, or sometimes I like to coat it in a light mixture of dried unseasoned breadcrumbs with a little cornmeal and pan-fry.

    Recipe #102422

    Mom gave me this recipe and I can't wait to try it. I assume that it came from Pace but it sounds wonderful.

    Recipe #43118

    This recipe was developed by my Father and Aunt in the late 60's for Dad's restaurant. Dad had people coming from surrounding counties to get his Barbecue Beef Sandwiches. Mix it with shredded beef or pork. Add it to your favorite baked bean recipe for a truly fantastic flavor. Any left over sauce can be frozen.

    Recipe #81179

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