Posts tagged with barbeque sauce
5 May 2011 - Happy Cinco de Mayo!
As many of you, my dear readers, know I cannot join in the traditional festivities of Cinco de Mayo. On this gloriously gorgeous and sunny day, I will be avoiding the flavored frozen margaritas, pitchers of sangria and highballs of michelada while I am just waiting for my little one to get here. But I […]
10 November 2010 - Fall-Off-The-Bone Sticky, Sweet Kansas City Style Ribs
Around the time when the really cold fall weather finally sets in (for real this time, I’m hoping!) I begin to fine tune all my game day recipes. For the last few years the hubs and I have valiantly tried to cook the perfect oven cooked pork shoulder for pulled pork sandwiches, finally getting it […]
3 September 2010 - Happy Labor Day! Some Great Ideas For Your Cookout!
Happy Labor Day! As a Brit I had no idea what Labor Day was until I just wikipedia-ed it (how isn’t that a word yet?)… and apparently it is a day to celebrate laborers. Interesting fact of the day – the first was held in New York and used as a bribe to appease workers […]
10 August 2010 - Pulled Chicken and Avocado Sandwich
This recipe came out of a very simple philosophy… ‘waste not, want not’. As you may have gathered I hate to throw anything away and as I had two spare chicken thighs from my Baked Barbecue Chicken from last week I decided to shred them and heat them with some extra Kansas City-style Barbecue Sauce. […]
6 August 2010 - Barbecue Chicken Thighs
This is honestly the most simple recipe you will ever see… I almost feel guilty for putting it up! But it came in so super handy when I had some boneless skinless chicken thighs recently. I made the Kansas City-style Barbecue Sauce with no exact meal in mind for it, knowing that it was an […]
5 August 2010 - Kansas City-Style Barbecue Sauce
I am slightly crazy about barbecue. As I have mentioned before, I grew up in England and barbecue there is not so much an art form but more slabs of meat blackened over charcoal. My first foray into the world of bbq was a place in Washington DC called Rockland’s. The initial bite into the […]