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Friday, April 9, 2010


Earlier today, I was trying to get my brother in laws special Barbecue recipe for his southern BBQ Grilled Chicken. It's cooked with a rich smoke flavor where the sauce is darken but never burned. The sauce is truly good too. While I have many others that also are very good, I thought I would share his. However, Barbecue recipes are prized treasure. It's like that saying when you ask someone in the military, "What do you do in the military?" and they respond, "I'd tell you, but then I'd have to kill you."  TOP SECRET....well, I suppose these recipes for good BBQ are truly treasures and kept secret.

This week-end I plan to list some of my own special recipes for Barbecue Sauces and talk about areas not only in Texas, but some of the hot spots in the USA. However, my favorite when I didn't cook it, or my brother in law's chicken is cooked in LOCKHART, Texas. The true BBQ capitol of the world. Additionally, my recipe for HOECAKES....also known as Jonny Cakes because the pure Vermont Syrup I received and smoothered them with was more than just mouth watering.

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