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 24-04-2005, 12:20 AM
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One of my favorite home made sauces is a cola/ketchup based sauce that
I got from the Weber cookbook. So then I got to thinking, if cola and
ketchup are good, what about mustard? But then I thought the cola
wouldn't go...ginger ale! Mustard and ginger ale. Toss in some honey,
corn syrup, cider vinegar, crushed pepper, and Franks red hot. Oooooh
it's yummy, and once it has cooked down and is nice and thick...hooo
boy!

Scott


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Old 24-04-2005, 04:25 AM
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hey Scott, Don't know you from Adam but I like your thinkin'. That is
how you develop award winning sauce.
I prefer spices to cola but that is MHO.
PS use paste not Ketchup and play with your flavors you might find you
have a winner
Bruce-n-Gold Beach

phyteach wrote:
One of my favorite home made sauces is a cola/ketchup based sauce that
I got from the Weber cookbook. So then I got to thinking, if cola and
ketchup are good, what about mustard? But then I thought the cola
wouldn't go...ginger ale! Mustard and ginger ale. Toss in some honey,
corn syrup, cider vinegar, crushed pepper, and Franks red hot. Oooooh
it's yummy, and once it has cooked down and is nice and thick...hooo
boy!

Scott

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Old 24-04-2005, 04:31 PM
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phyteach wrote:
One of my favorite home made sauces is a cola/ketchup based sauce that
I got from the Weber cookbook. So then I got to thinking, if cola and
ketchup are good, what about mustard? But then I thought the cola
wouldn't go...ginger ale! Mustard and ginger ale. Toss in some honey,
corn syrup, cider vinegar, crushed pepper, and Franks red hot. Oooooh
it's yummy, and once it has cooked down and is nice and thick...hooo
boy!

Scott


Scot, it's honest to god lovers of food like you that make this NG fun.
Thanks!



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Old 24-04-2005, 05:25 PM
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I'm just glad to finally have something to add.

Scott

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Old 25-04-2005, 01:19 AM
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"phyteach" wrote in message
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One of my favorite home made sauces is a cola/ketchup based sauce that
I got from the Weber cookbook. So then I got to thinking, if cola and
ketchup are good, what about mustard? But then I thought the cola
wouldn't go...ginger ale! Mustard and ginger ale. Toss in some honey,
corn syrup, cider vinegar, crushed pepper, and Franks red hot. Oooooh
it's yummy, and once it has cooked down and is nice and thick...hooo
boy!

Scott


Hehe, I like the way you think. And, pale or golden makes no difference!





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