3 ingredients to tasty ribs!
Customize your spareribs with a special homemade barbecue sauce. Most barbecue sauce recipes have a ketchup, vinegar, and molasses base. Many include brown sugar and Worcestershire sauce as well. It's the other flavoring ingredients that distinguish one sauce recipe from another. Spicy Southern Barbecue Sauce uses mustard and hot sauce while this Beer Barbecue Sauce adds onion, garlic, and cayenne.
Whiskey also makes a great barbecue sauce. You can choose the Jack Daniel's Barbecue Sauce recipe, which includes smoke flavoring and Tabasco. The Jim Beam Barbecue Sauce also uses liquid smoke but adds mustard and soy sauce to the mix.
If you really enjoy ribs, you will not regret learning how to make barbecue sauce at home. Plus, with all these great recipes, your ribs can take on an entirely different taste each time you make them.
Pâté is a wonderful use of liver because it transforms the liver into something else entirely, something delicious and even unrecognizable from it’s original form. Half of a pig liver will render about 5 small 4 oz mason jars of pâté which you can refrigerate or freeze and pull out for parties or hostess gifts.
TF's Smoked Pork Chops with a tasty citrus twist!
Stephanie's Secret - Have fun with your recipe! This choice is a traditional recipe with apples modified to use the citrus flavors. Be brave! Try this recipe and substitute grapes or berries to change it up and add a nice zesty sauce to your TF meat!