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Spicy Hot Dog Sauce Recipe

There are a lot of folks that seem to be getting back to basics with their cooking.  Hot Dogs have been a staple food in the USA for so many years and they are still going strong.  Today people are looking for affordable ways to stretch a budget and liven up a recipe.  One way to do that with hot dogs is with a delicious hot dog sauce.

This hot dog sauce recipe that we have for you today combines delicious ingredients you probably have on hand and creates a spicy sauce that any hot dog aficionado will love.  This is … Continue Reading

Recipe for Texas BBQ Sauce

In the great state of Texas they know how to barbecue and this Texas Style BBQ Sauce recipe is really quick and easy to make. A bit of spice, sugar and a bit of heat makes this a crowd pleaser for sure. You only need a few basic ingredients and you are all set to make your very own homemade barbecue sauce.

Texas Style BBQ Sauce Recipe

1 1/2 cups catsup
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup water
2 to 2 1/2 tablespoons Worcestershire Sauce
1/2 teaspoon ground chili powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon ground Cayenne

Mix together all of the … Continue Reading

Peach Bourbon BBQ Sauce Recipe

Leave it to our southern relatives to find a way to incorporate peaches and bourbon into a BBQ recipe. The delicious flavors combined make an amazing taste that is enhanced by each other.  The fruitiness of the peach and the rich, mellow flavor of the bourbon are lovely together.

There are plenty of recipes out for this wonderful combination and several famous chefs and restaurants have variations of this recipe that they love to work with.  This particular recipe is great with fish, seafood, chicken and pork dishes. If you want a bit of heat, you can add a pinch of … Continue Reading

Homemade Pickled Peppers Recipe

As spring comes rolling in, we are busy getting the ground ready for all of those gorgeous pepper plants we are going to be planting; Green peppers, Jalapeno plants, red chiles, Habanero peppers and all of your other favorites.  Here is an easy and delicious recipe for pickling your peppers so you can enjoy them all year long. It also makes a great gift to share the fruits of your harvest with neighbors and friends.

Pickled Peppers Recipe

Green Peppers, chopped
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
1/2 teaspoon pickling spice
1/4 teaspoon alum
white vinegar
glass mason jars (quart size) + seals and rings

Chop the green peppers into … Continue Reading

Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘n Hell Hot Sauce

Hot Sauces have been flavoring American meats for hundreds of years.  Each area of the country has their favorite way of making their hot sauces and BBQ sauces and folks get very particular about the way a sauce is made and enjoyed. Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘n Hell Hot Sauce has a lot of history surrounding their popular hot sauce.

This famous Hot Sauce was created by Arthur “Popie” Devillier over 100 years ago, around in 1893 to be exact, from a family recipe. Enjoyed for those 100 years by friends and family, the sauce was finally bottled for commercial use and sold to the public in 1992 and then resold to a company called Cafe Companies, Inc. in 1994. It is now packaged and sold under the brand name of Cafe Louisiane Hotter ‘N Hell Hot Sauce.

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Apple Maple BBQ Sauce Recipe

Apple and maple have long been great flavors when combined.  No one knows who would be brave enough to taste the sap from a tree and then tap it as well as realize the sap could be refined into a great maple syrup that we have loved for hundreds of years. Man is very resourceful at times.  But regardless of who found the syrup and then combined it with apples, we have been enjoying that flavor combination for years.

When it comes to meat, the apple maple combination is just as delicious.  Who would have thought to bring this flavor combo’s … Continue Reading