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Old 07-10-2003, 09:51 PM
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One question for any of you who have made this recipe:

Do you recommend raspberry jam _with_ or _without_ seeds?

We normally buy jam with seeds. But it occurs to me that a smoother
consistency might be desired in a sauce.

I'd experiment, but I'm making it for the first time for a party this
weekend and I'd prefer not to inflict any of my mistakes on the guests.
(It's not even my party, I'm just providing the Q for a friend's shindig.)

TIA,

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Old 07-10-2003, 10:16 PM
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On Tue, 07 Oct 2003 20:51:13 GMT, "Thomas Mooney"
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One question for any of you who have made this recipe:

Do you recommend raspberry jam _with_ or _without_ seeds?

I've had it both ways. I recommend without seeds.


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Old 07-10-2003, 10:17 PM
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Thomas Mooney typed:
One question for any of you who have made this recipe:

Do you recommend raspberry jam _with_ or _without_ seeds?

We normally buy jam with seeds. But it occurs to me that a smoother
consistency might be desired in a sauce.

I'd experiment, but I'm making it for the first time for a party this
weekend and I'd prefer not to inflict any of my mistakes on the guests.
(It's not even my party, I'm just providing the Q for a friend's shindig.)

TIA,


To me, it just doesn't taste like raspberry without the seeds. Texture
thing, I guess. I haven't made the exact Chef Juke's raspberry sauce, but I
have made several similar sauces and the one time I used seedless, it "tasted
funny". I don't think that it was anything other than the lack of seeds for
the texture. YMMV

BOB


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Old 07-10-2003, 10:24 PM
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Thomas Mooney wrote:
One question for any of you who have made this recipe:

Do you recommend raspberry jam _with_ or _without_ seeds?

We normally buy jam with seeds. But it occurs to me that a smoother
consistency might be desired in a sauce.

I'd experiment, but I'm making it for the first time for a party this
weekend and I'd prefer not to inflict any of my mistakes on the
guests. (It's not even my party, I'm just providing the Q for a
friend's shindig.)

TIA,


I've only made it with seeds and don't think you'll be disappointed if you
do likewise. They're really not noticeable, what with all the flavors
anyhow. Regardless, with seeds isn't a mistake and won't ruin anything.
Jack Curry


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Old 08-10-2003, 12:27 AM
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One question for any of you who have made this recipe:

Do you recommend raspberry jam _with_ or _without_ seeds?


The Chef uses Wall's Berry Farm Raspberry Preserves from Costco which I
believe have seeds.

I've only made it with seeds and my biggest complaint is
dealing with the number of requests to make more.







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Old 08-10-2003, 04:22 PM
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Thomas Mooney wrote in message
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One question for any of you who have made this recipe:

Do you recommend raspberry jam _with_ or _without_ seeds?

We normally buy jam with seeds. But it occurs to me that a smoother
consistency might be desired in a sauce.

I'd experiment, but I'm making it for the first time for a party this
weekend and I'd prefer not to inflict any of my mistakes on the guests.
(It's not even my party, I'm just providing the Q for a friend's shindig.)

TIA,

--
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I agree with most of the posters. I have a batch in the fridge made with
raspberry preserves....very seedy and incredibly delicious. I love this
stuff on pulled pork tacos.

If it was good enough for Chef Juke to put in his recipe, it's good enough
for me. BTW, I don't recall ever seeing Chef Juke post anything on AFB.
Just who is Chef Juke?

John in Austin


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Old 08-10-2003, 06:28 PM
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JakBQuik wrote in message
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I agree with most of the posters. I have a batch in the fridge made with
raspberry preserves....very seedy and incredibly delicious. I love this
stuff on pulled pork tacos.

If it was good enough for Chef Juke to put in his recipe, it's good enough
for me. BTW, I don't recall ever seeing Chef Juke post anything on AFB.
Just who is Chef Juke?

John in Austin



Chef Juke does occasionally post here. You can google his posts, if you're
so inclined.

To find out more about him...

www.chefjuke.com

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Ok Ill bite What is the recipe for this sauce or is it store bought and
you add the jelly?


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Old 08-10-2003, 10:14 PM
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On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 13:50:10 -0700, "Lew/+Silat"
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Ok Ill bite What is the recipe for this sauce or is it store bought and
you add the jelly?


Google really is your friend, you know.

REPOST REPOST REPOST
Chef Juke's Raspberry-Chipotle Barbecue Sauce

NOTE: This is a slight variation on the classic Kansas City Barbecue
sauce from the KC Barbecue Association, for those who like their BBQ
Hot & Smoky!

6 Tbls. packed dark brown sugar
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup molasses
¼ cup Worcestershire sauce
2 Tbls dark rum
2 Tbls yellow mustard
1 Tbls pure chili powder
2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper
2 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. ground allspice
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/4 cup Chipotles en Adobo
2 cups ketchup
2 cups Raspberry Preserves (I use Wall's Raspberry preserves from
Costco)
Kosher or sea salt
Pepper

In large saucepan, combine sugar, vinegar, molasses, Worcestershire,
rum, mustard, chili powder, pepper, garlic powder,
allspice and cloves. Bring to simmer over medium heat. Cook,
uncovered, until all ingredients are dissolved, stirring constantly,
about 5 minutes. Stir in ketchup and bring to boil, stirring
constantly. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Reduce heat slightly, add raspberry jam and 1/4 cup chipotles** and
gently simmer sauce, uncovered, until dark & thick, about 30 minutes,
stirring often. Use right away or transfer to jars, cover, cool to
room temperature and refrigerate. Sauce will keep several months.
Makes 5 cups or 20 servings.


**Add the chipotle peppers to taste. Since simmering will bring out
the heat in the peppers start by adding ¼ cup of chipotles and cook
for the 30 minutes THEN taste again and add additional peppers if you
like it REALLY HOT.



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Kevin S. Wilson
Tech Writer at a University Somewhere in Idaho
"Anything, when cooked in large enough batches, will be vile."
--Dag Right-square-bracket-gren, in alt.religion.kibology
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Sorry Kevin dont know what I was thinking not searching first.


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On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 19:00:32 -0700, "Lew/+Silat"
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Sorry Kevin dont know what I was thinking not searching first.


No big deal. It's just that I've reposted that freakin' recipe about
eleventeen times already.


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"Kevin S. Wilson" wrote in message
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On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 19:00:32 -0700, "Lew/+Silat"
wrote:

Sorry Kevin dont know what I was thinking not searching first.


No big deal. It's just that I've reposted that freakin' recipe about
eleventeen times already.


Which recipe is that? Could you post it please?

The printout of it that I have does not have honey listed in the
ingredients, but in the directions it says "...combine sugar,..., honey,
....".

I know that someone has mentioned this before, but I don't remember an
answer. How much honey? I always add just a bit, but was curious as to how
much we were 'supposed to' add...

David


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"21Twelve" wrote in message
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"Kevin S. Wilson" wrote in message
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On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 19:00:32 -0700, "Lew/+Silat"
wrote:

Sorry Kevin dont know what I was thinking not searching first.


No big deal. It's just that I've reposted that freakin' recipe about
eleventeen times already.


Which recipe is that? Could you post it please?

The printout of it that I have does not have honey listed in the
ingredients, but in the directions it says "...combine sugar,..., honey,
...".

I know that someone has mentioned this before, but I don't remember an
answer. How much honey? I always add just a bit, but was curious as to

how
much we were 'supposed to' add...

David


None. Chef Juke acknowledged that slight error in his recipe some time ago.
No honey.
Jack Curry


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Old 14-10-2003, 07:32 AM
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On Wed, 08 Oct 2003 15:14:49 -0600, Kevin S. Wilson
wrote:

On Wed, 8 Oct 2003 13:50:10 -0700, "Lew/+Silat"
wrote:

Ok Ill bite What is the recipe for this sauce or is it store bought and
you add the jelly?


Google really is your friend, you know.

REPOST REPOST REPOST
Chef Juke's Raspberry-Chipotle Barbecue Sauce

NOTE: This is a slight variation on the classic Kansas City Barbecue
sauce from the KC Barbecue Association, for those who like their BBQ
Hot & Smoky!

6 Tbls. packed dark brown sugar
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup molasses
¼ cup Worcestershire sauce
2 Tbls dark rum
2 Tbls yellow mustard
1 Tbls pure chili powder
2 tsp. freshly ground black pepper
2 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. ground allspice
1/4 tsp. ground cloves
1/4 cup Chipotles en Adobo
2 cups ketchup
2 cups Raspberry Preserves (I use Wall's Raspberry preserves from
Costco)
Kosher or sea salt
Pepper

In large saucepan, combine sugar, vinegar, molasses, Worcestershire,
rum, mustard, chili powder, pepper, garlic powder,
allspice and cloves. Bring to simmer over medium heat. Cook,
uncovered, until all ingredients are dissolved, stirring constantly,
about 5 minutes. Stir in ketchup and bring to boil, stirring
constantly. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Reduce heat slightly, add raspberry jam and 1/4 cup chipotles** and
gently simmer sauce, uncovered, until dark & thick, about 30 minutes,
stirring often. Use right away or transfer to jars, cover, cool to
room temperature and refrigerate. Sauce will keep several months.
Makes 5 cups or 20 servings.


**Add the chipotle peppers to taste. Since simmering will bring out
the heat in the peppers start by adding ¼ cup of chipotles and cook
for the 30 minutes THEN taste again and add additional peppers if you
like it REALLY HOT.


All,

Sorry I haven't replied or posted much lately. Been dealing with
sudden illnesses with both of my parents each who live on a different
side of the country...that's kept be a bit busy the last 2-3 months.

Yup, that's the recipe. The preserves I use do have seeds. I also
just made a very tasty batch using some Mango preserves that I picked
up at Costco. I made a large batch of the basic sauce, then split it
in two and added raspberry preserves to one and mango to the other.
Both batches came out great.

While this is the first iteration of the recipe, I play around with it
a lot and seldom follow the recipe verbatim. Lately (as it has been
berry picking time here in Oregon) I've been adding 1-2 cups of fresh
raspberries to the mix. You can also play with the amounts of
allspice and cloves (as well as everything else for that matter) to
suit your own personal taste.

Cheers,



-Chef Juke
http://www.chefjuke.com
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