This is the second post about the bacon I produced from a full side (belly) pork slab I picked up on a trip to Montana.
I have added some molasses to my curing of bacon in the past but I am doing it a little differently in this post. Instead of mixing molasses into the cure mix, I rubbed it on the surface of the pork before applying the cure mix. Continue reading Molasses Bacon
There are two kinds of burger lovers, those who like ground beef formed into a patty with just a little seasoning and those who like it mixed up with eggs, fillers, sauces and a myriad of other ingredients. I am definitely in the beef with a few seasonings camp. Continue reading Mo Burger from Crosby’s Molasses
If you have been following this blog, you know I like molasses in my cookies. I also like oatmeal raisin cookies. I found this recipe on the Betty Crocker recipe site and had to give it a try because it has both. Continue reading Old Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
I was going to a Toastmaster Meeting and it was my turn to bring a snack. I had been looking around the Crosby’s Molasses site and it got me thinking of the gingersnaps I used to have as a child. I was doomed. I had to have gingersnaps. Continue reading Grandma’s Gingersnaps
The term barbecue sauce has come to mean a sweet ketchup based sauce. There is nothing wrong with that kind of sauce, they are one of the main ingredients in Kansas City Ribs. However, there are so many different barbecue sauces from all over the world. There are mustard, white, vinegar, hoisin and many others. Continue reading Molasses Mustard Q Sauce
Sometimes I think our mountain home has properties similar to the Bermuda Triangle. The only difference is that ships and planes disappear in the Bermuda Triangle. Here, cookies disappear. Continue reading Molasses Oatmeal Cookies, Crosby’s Molasses