got this recipe from from family circle, march 2008. haven't had a chance to make these yet, though they look good.
i have done beer can chicken in the oven, but it can also be done on a wet plank in the barbecue. outcome is nice and moist with a smoky flavor!! yum yum always prepare plank in advance, by soaking minimum 1hour,up to 24 hours. if well soaked and closely
i found this recipe in an old cookbook of my grandmother's. i do not remember her making beer but was told that she did when she was younger. i have not made this as i am allergic to alcohol, but thought i would like to try it for a summer party make my
an old family recipe. the original notes called for a "large square pan," but i tried it in an 8" pan, which did not work well - they turned out overly large. so i switched it to a 9x13" pan, but just be sure to spread it evenly (although the dough is a
from the healthy and light section of july 2005 issue of southern living. recipe description says any sweet crisp apple or pear may be substituted for the fuji apple. i was suprised how spicy and flavorful these were. my husband really enjoyed them, and h
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