As I said in the prior post, my buddy wanted to have spicy ribs but I have been wanting to try making barbecue sauce using my haskaps. I did both and here is the recipe and technique for my Haskap Barbecue Sauce. If you don’t have haskaps, you can substitute blueberries. Continue reading Haskap Barbecue Sauce
My buddy was coming over and wanted spareribs. I told him I wanted to try Haskap Barbecue Sauce. Think of haskaps as a sour blueberry. He was skeptical and said he likes his ribs spicy. I told him I would make a Sriracha Barbecue Sauce for the ribs and that would have a touch of spice. What I didn’t tell him was I was doing both sauces and was going to do 1/2 the ribs with each. This post is how I made the Sriracha Barbecue Sauce. The Haskap Barbecue Sauce and the cooking of the ribs will be in subsequent posts.
A Great Easter Dinner
I have posted how to make Double Smoked Ham previously. The method of making one and a video are on that post so I won’t go into a lot of details here. Here is the link to that post: Double Smoked Ham. However, for Easter Dinner I tried a different glaze, Orange Ham Glaze.
Dinner With A Friend
There are few things in the world that are as basic and good as a roast beef meal with a friend. Our friend, Linda, was coming over for dinner and this seemed like a natural meal to prepare. Continue reading Roast Beef and Onion Gravy
I have visions of entering a barbecue competition. It may never happen as I am way busier when I retired than I thought I would be. However, it is fun to experiment towards a goal. Continue reading Old Fat Guy Barbecue Sauce Version 1
My dad used steak sauce when I was growing up. I thought he was crazy and that steak sauce was too strong flavoured. As I educated my palate, I learned a few drops of a savory sauce complements beef more than head on a beer. Continue reading Old Fat Guy Steak Sauce
My mother made the best roast beef gravy. I would love to make gravy like she did. Sadly, it is never going to happen. She had advantages that I don’t. Continue reading Good Gravy. How Do You Make It?