However, there is a company in New Hampshire called Healthy Solutions Spice Blends that has a large variety of rubs and spices that don’t contain sugar or salt. We have tried many of them and this is one case of healthy and good being compatible.
Evidently we were not alone in our search, since all the prime rib had sold out and the fresh Maine lobsters from Wal-Mart next door had been bought up well before our arrival…. For two people: 1/2 stick butter, salted 2 C sliced mushrooms 2 T Lea and Perrins Worchestershire sauce Seasoned salt Black pepper Saute over medium heat until mushrooms begin to brown.
Last week TLW found on The BBQ Forum a very easy recipe for chicken wings: 1 C ketchup 1/4 C dijon mustard 1/4 C hot sauce (we like Chalula) 1/4 C soy sauce 1 T brown sugar The General combined all the ingredients and let the wings marinate overnight…. I thought that perhaps next time I might throw them in hot oil in the black iron skillet or (easier)…putting them over direct heat to finish them.
You might remember that last year TLW and I went to NYC to preview this new iteration of grills…. Well, in anticipation of the unveiling, Char-Broil has rolled out a website devoted to the TEC series.
Luckily TG followed his own advice by writing down this very good marinade, so I wouldn’t forget about it…. 1 C olive oil 1/2 C soy sauce 1/2 C vinegar 1 T garlic salt Mix all ingredients together in ziploc bag.
We cut the sandwich in half and secured each piece with cool picks we purchased on line from Pick On Us. The second entry was a pulled pork sandwich topped with a peppery vinegar cole slaw…. 2 C apple cider vinegar 2 C sugar 1 1/2 T canola oil 1/2 C chopped onion 1/4 C green bell pepper 3/4 t celery seed 1/2 t kosher salt, finely ground 1/2 t ground black pepper 1/4 t chopped garlic We quadrupled the recipe to provide enough slaw for the 1000+ people in attendance.