Barbecue (alt.food.barbecue) Discuss barbecue and grilling--southern style "low and slow" smoking of ribs, shoulders and briskets, as well as direct heat grilling of everything from burgers to salmon to vegetables.

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Old 30-09-2003, 05:40 AM
 
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On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 00:52:43 GMT,
[email protected] fullmoonsbymoonpie.com
(Miranda Writes, Devil's Advocate) wrote:


Several different flavors, in fact. Right there at eye level on the shelf of
my favorite supermarket.

So how long do I need to parboil the ribs before drowning them in the
bottled glop in order to achieve that perfect Tony Roma's patented

fake-Q
meat product®?

Miranda
The Barbecue Widow


The best way to do it is take two ribs at a time and microwave
them for 8 minutes. Take them out and eat one. While the meat
is still in your mouth pour enough of Tony Roma's Q sauce in
your mouth to fill it up. Don't strangle or choke on the sauce
because if you do you'll lose the marvelous taste of good
old-fashioned
and old-time smoked flavoring. Microwave two more and continue until
full. Remember to use all of the sauce in one setting because placing
any of it that is left in the refrigerator will spoil the original
factory
fresh taste. Never heat the sauce as the wholesome, natural taste is
always better in it's orginal unheated state. Follow these
instructions
and you'll be like the other 30+ generations who have savored this
special
oldtime recipe that has survived from the pig roasts and feasts of the
ancient Roman emporer Nero. Join the million and probably billions of
satisfied and happy Tony Roma Q sauce customers who continue to join
hands and shout in triumphant jubilation, "Mama Mia that's a spicy
meatball."

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Miranda Writes, Devil's Advocate
 
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( obviously a shareholder in the Tony Roma franchise)
wrote:

On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 00:52:43 GMT,
[email protected] wfullmoonsbymoonpie.com
(Miranda Writes, Devil's Advocate) wrote:


Several different flavors, in fact. Right there at eye level on the shelf of
my favorite supermarket.

So how long do I need to parboil the ribs before drowning them in the
bottled glop in order to achieve that perfect Tony Roma's patented

fake-Q
meat product®?

Miranda
The Barbecue Widow


The best way to do it is take two ribs at a time and microwave
them for 8 minutes. Take them out and eat one. While the meat
is still in your mouth pour enough of Tony Roma's Q sauce in
your mouth to fill it up. Don't strangle or choke on the sauce
because if you do you'll lose the marvelous taste of good
old-fashioned
and old-time smoked flavoring. Microwave two more and continue until
full. Remember to use all of the sauce in one setting because placing
any of it that is left in the refrigerator will spoil the original
factory
fresh taste. Never heat the sauce as the wholesome, natural taste is
always better in it's orginal unheated state. Follow these
instructions
and you'll be like the other 30+ generations who have savored this
special
oldtime recipe that has survived from the pig roasts and feasts of the
ancient Roman emporer Nero. Join the million and probably billions of
satisfied and happy Tony Roma Q sauce customers who continue to join
hands and shout in triumphant jubilation, "Mama Mia that's a spicy
meatball."


Oh Lard , kcajuk- you've been jotting down recipes from Bobby Flay and
Emeril Live marathons again, haven't you? Time to drop the remote and
put down the bottle of Nyquil and half-eaten bucket of Tony Roma
meat-food products.

Miranda
The Barbecue Widow


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