I know, this sounds disgusting! But it's amazing! I tried this at a friend's house. At first I was going to refuse, but my kids were watching and I always berate them when they turn down food they haven't tasted, so.... wow, what a surprise! You can also use cola, or apple cider. Just make sure the liver is grilled to what you consider is perfection!
I got this recipe from the cooking section of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel years ago. It is the ONLY way I will make ham. Everyone who tries it raves about it, although it does look like a volcano erupted! :):) A little expensive in the ingredients, but worth making once a year!
NOTE: The 1-1/2 hours prep time includes the 1-1/4 hours of boiling ham on stove..
Cooking in a tightly sealed foil packet keeps all the flavor and moisture trapped inside, allowing one VERY lucky person to enjoy a terrific, flavorful, and healthy dinner. Diabetic Exchange, if made with Diet Mountain Dew: 4 very lean meat, 1 and 1/2 vegetable.
This takes quite a lot of mixing and blending but the end result is worth the effort. This sauce is for Memphis-style barbecued spare-ribs, chicken and/or smoked brisket. The result is NOT sweet (like Kansas City-style sauce) but, rather, spicy. It has a LOT of flavor that penetrates the meat. Also, the dry rub that goes into the sauce is excellent for barbecuing chicken or other meats. The pre-tweaked recipe comes from multiple sources including Steve Raichlen and a Memphis barbecue restaurant.
I was looking for something a little different to take to a family BBQ and found this in my Taste of Home 2003 annual recipes cookbook. The thing I like most about this recipe is the ingredients are usually in my cupboards. Very pretty if you make it in a glass serving bowl. Makes a great dessert, too.