Okay, my husband has a terrible cold/cough and he swears this makes his throat feel so much better! And he does Not drink Hot Tea, but when he doesn't feel good, he will drink this! This is also good to enjoy even when you're not sick!
A French Caribbean-inspired tartar sauce that enhances any seafood and makes a great sandwich topping. This sauce goes particularly well with Cajun Seafood Cakes Recipe #373983. This Creole sauce is also well-paired with chilled shrimp, crayfish, lobster, and grilled calamari. Try it as a dressing for a seafood salad, too. Makes 1 3/4 cups; serving size is per 1/4 cup. Found in, "The Whole Foods Market Cookbook."
Jerking is actually a method of cooking in Jamaica. Typically chicken, pork roast, or cuts of goat are marinated in jerk seasoning - either dry spices or a wet marinade like this recipe - then roasted in a pit or grilled slowly over wood coals. Scotch Bonnet peppers are some of the hottest chili peppers in the world. You may substitute jalapenos instead. The best flavor for this jerk recipe is from whole allspice berries, which are also called pimientos in Jamaica. Whole allspice berries may be ground in a coffee mill or you may used ground allspice powder. Note: A batch of Jerk Sauce can be kept in the Fridge for up to 1 month. Found recipe in, "The Whole Foods Market Cookbook."
Perfect, simple, easy pulled pork barbecue. Found on about.com. You can also sub broth, stock, or beer to replace the water that you initially cook the pork in. Note: If you're using a really thick barbecue sauce you may want to add up to 1 1/2 cups of water to thin it out a bit. If the sauce is too thick the pork will come out dry.
**Also, hubby & I like lots of bbq sauce so we tend to use more than this recipe calls for... usually around another 9 to 18 ounces!
The first time I made this my husband said it reminded him of Wendy's chili. This is not a spicy version, so I would suggest keeping a bottle of hot sauce around for those of us that like it HOT. Crushed tortilla chips and sharp shredded cheese make great toppings.
I found this recipe on kraftfoods.com. Very simple, easy to make, inexpensive, and different kind of cookie to share during the holidays or anytime If you are baking more than batch. Make sure your cookie sheet is completely cool before putting second batch on. Put the cookie sheet under cold water, in the freezer, etc to bring down to room temperature quickly.