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New Easy To Make Homemade Barbecue SauceAs much as I enjoy commercial barbecue sauce, Sweet Baby Ray’s is a favorite, I’m always on the lookout for new homemade from scratch recipes. Here’s one I found while searching the Internet for a chicken specific barbecue sauce. It has one of my favorite ingredients, chipotle adobo sauce. With slight and better modifications, the other ingredients are minimal and easy to find and use, and the process is quite simple. It has a sweet taste and a slight bite from the cayenne and adobo. Instead of chicken, I’ll be trying it on my baby back ribs for the final round 2017 PGA Players Championship this Sunday.

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Jacked Up, Easy to Make, Delicious Cole Slaw

12 May 2017 Recipes

I love Cole slaw. I love it as a side with smoked baby back ribs while watching the final round of a PGA major championship, Sunday evening Eagles game, an NFL playoff game, or the Super Bowl. Here’s a new twist on an old favorite. This slaw is jacked up with Dijon mustard, Greek yogurt, […]

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Delicious Homemade Light Tartar Sauce, Better Than Store Bought

7 May 2017 Recipes

Anything homemade is always better than store bought. Here’s a recipe for a delicious homemade light tartar sauce made from fresh ingredients, which is much better than store bought Kraft tartar sauce. Fresh green onions add bite and color. Fresh lemon juice adds tart brightness. The light mayonnaise knocks down the calories without reducing flavor. The fresh […]

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Turn Your Easter Ham Leftovers Into a Great Tasting Ham Salad Sandwich

17 April 2017 Recipes

I don’t eat much ham as it’s an over-processed food. Yet, it is an Easter (and for some, a Christmas) tradition, and sometimes that tradition means leftovers. After sending some home with family, I turn the leftovers into ham salad. Unfortunately, in my area, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, many homemade and store recipes call for hard-boiled […]

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Paleo Cajun Sausage Stew with Peppers, Onions, and Spinach

28 January 2017 Paleo Lifestyle

This recipe for Paleo Cajun Sausage stew is quickly becoming a favorite in our household. The ingredients are basic, the instructions simple. The batch is supposed to serve four, but my wife and I can easily gobble down two-thirds of the pot, with no guilt, of course. Don’t skimp on the pork sausage. Enjoy!

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