great for summer bbqs, family reunions and such.
this is the way turkey is prepared in puerto rico, where it is seasoned the same way a pork shoulder is. it is called "pavochon", which translates literally as "turkeypork", due to its distinctive flavor. it is also served during the holidays as an alter
this is one of our favorite shots. it's smooth, and the aftertaste is delightful! for a quick reference to memory, think 'kgb' which are the initials of the ingredients. the b52 is a 'bomber' as it hits you before you know it. we love it with budweiser c
young tender baby greens, topped with slices of mellow ripe pears with a sprinkling of gorgonzola and toasted pecans. the flavors are enhanced by the honey mustard dressing. this salad goes well with pork or chicken.
this is a dry rub i've experimented with for a while. i put this on a couple racks of pork ribs, marinaded overnight then cooked slow in my smoker. wow did they turn out great! wife and kids loved them. i put a homemade bbq sauce on one rack and none
my hubby eats this stuff by the gallon it's good on anything. it's perfect with my pulled pork recipe. we use it on chicken, pork, even as a dip for homemade chicken fingers. i have no idea how many servings this has. i just put in a number.
this recipe i received from an elderly lady who, with her daughters, catered homecooked food for large parties. my 11yr old daughter fell in love with these and i was able to get the recipe because of this.
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