This recipe is from the Paula Deen cooking show on the TV Food Network. Originally shown for beef short ribs only, I have found it works as well with pork ribs. I have increased the amount of sauce ingredients - the original amounts didn't seem to be quite enough to really enjoy!
Based on a recipe from Guy Fieri’s book, Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: an All-American Road Trip…With Recipes! This celebrates Chap’s Pit Beef in Baltimore, MD. Check out the website at www.chapspitbeef.com. Guy says, “This is the oven-roasted method, but if you can roast it over a charcoal fire it would be that much closer to Chap’s.”
This is the only barbecue sauce I use for "Pulled Pork" barbecue. From Jeff Smith's first cookbook, "The Frugal Gourmet", 1984 One recipe is enough for about 10 lbs. of meat. It keeps well in a jar in the fridge. If you don't have liquid smoke, try adding some smoked paprika.
A Craig Claiborne classic from The New York Times. One just can't do any better than this one. Cook time is chill time for the alcohol to remove any raw egg taste. I don't make it unless it gets really cold - so, for those who have snow ... make a batch of this & put another log on the fire. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
Original recipe is from Rachel Ray's Everyday Living magazine. High protein, quick cooking side dish. I added garlic to mine (as I add minced garlic to just about everything). It is recommended to serve this warm, but I like it chilled as well.
This recipe came about because of a foodtv "30 Minute Meals" episode that featured a chicken pot pie made along these lines. I just took the recipe and changed it to meet our taste. Very tasty.....great comfort food.
This is a Rachel Ray recipe I had in my file for quite awhile, and had to try it recently to satisfy a craving. It turned out really well. I used made from scratch biscuit recipe as I couldn't locate the jiffy mix in my area, I made about 6 biscuits. Also, I think the refrigerated biscuits would work as well. Otherwise I followed the recipe pretty much exactly.