BBQ Glaze

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BBQ Glaze

Postby Williep » Wed Mar 29, 2017 10:07 am

Just whipped up a glaze that I'm going to try on some grilled chicken wrap's tonight. Ketchup, red pepper jelly, sugar, cider vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder, cayenne pepper and cinnamon whiskey.

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Re: BBQ Glaze

Postby castironchris » Wed Mar 29, 2017 10:31 am

Waiting to see how this turns out... Sounds like it will be delicious! Have you tried mixing that Tennessee Fire with Redd's Apple Ale? Tastes like a candy apple with a kick! Neighbor drinks a ton of em!
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Re: BBQ Glaze

Postby Williep » Wed Mar 29, 2017 11:16 am

castironchris wrote:Waiting to see how this turns out... Sounds like it will be delicious! Have you tried mixing that Tennessee Fire with Redd's Apple Ale? Tastes like a candy apple with a kick! Neighbor drinks a ton of em!



No, haven't tried that. My go to drink is Lipton's Diet Mixed Berry Green Tea and Jack Daniel's Old No. 7.



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Re: BBQ Glaze

Postby OldUsedParts » Wed Mar 29, 2017 11:44 am

Looking forward to the Plating - - - - gotta try me some Buc'ees Pepper Jelly next time we are up that way. :tup:
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Re: BBQ Glaze

Postby castironchris » Wed Mar 29, 2017 4:28 pm

Williep wrote:
castironchris wrote:Waiting to see how this turns out... Sounds like it will be delicious! Have you tried mixing that Tennessee Fire with Redd's Apple Ale? Tastes like a candy apple with a kick! Neighbor drinks a ton of em!



No, haven't tried that. My go to drink is Lipton's Diet Mixed Berry Green Tea and Jack Daniel's Old No. 7.



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Mine is Jack No. 7 with a splash of water. I just did the Jack Daniels distillery tour last week. It was pretty awesome!!!

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Re: BBQ Glaze

Postby Williep » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:57 am

castironchris wrote:
Williep wrote:
castironchris wrote:Waiting to see how this turns out... Sounds like it will be delicious! Have you tried mixing that Tennessee Fire with Redd's Apple Ale? Tastes like a candy apple with a kick! Neighbor drinks a ton of em!



No, haven't tried that. My go to drink is Lipton's Diet Mixed Berry Green Tea and Jack Daniel's Old No. 7.



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Mine is Jack No. 7 with a splash of water. I just did the Jack Daniels distillery tour last week. It was pretty awesome!!!

2017-03-23 16.06.32.jpg


Bronze statue of the man himself. The cave in the background is the spring that they get all the water from.

2017-03-23 16.15.12.jpg


Jack's old office and the safe that caused his death.




COOL :cheers:



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