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Re: Rib Glaze from the Forum

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Posted by Cape Cod on December 31, 2012 at 08:14:52:

In Reply to: Rib Glaze posted by GoVols on December 30, 2012 at 18:47:55:

Someone, or a group of people suggested this one. I call it 2112, not because of the great rush album, but because of the measurements.
2 T honey
1 Cup K.C. Masterpiece
1 Cup Good grape jelly
2 T Tabasco Chipotle

Heat gently to prevent scorching and use a whisk to break up the clumps of jelly until they all melt together. I have also done it with raspberry jelly and it has also been suggested to try apricot preserves.

One other suggestion was to use Mary's Cherry Rub, then glaze with the juice from a jar of cherries. My father really liked these ribs even though I thought they tasted too much like a candy apple. The best part is draining the juice from the jar and replacing it with Jack Daniel's, Jamison's, or Jim Beam. Leave that in the fridge for a few months.

I had some cherries soaking for over a year and chopped them up with some dark chocolate and added it to a Vanilla base of ice cream. One of the best things I have ever made. I think I will go buy some Jamison's today.

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