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"I have made this several times already in 2 weeks. The first time I made it on pork my husband said it was the best pork he ever had and wanted to try the rub/basting sauce on chicken on the grill. We used chicken thigh/wing/leg pieces and put the rub on the night before and grilled slowly the next day- I had all of my guests telling me I should ..."
"This is one of my most favorite recipes! So moist and flavorful, a real kick to it but not too too spicy. Just overall good flavor. I used 8-10 drumsticks and doubled the sauce. The first time I made it I boiled the sauce down to very thick, but even doubled didn't have enough to spoon on rice. The second time I boiled a bit less and left a more..."
"I made this with vegetable soup, spicy sausage, oregano and garlic salt, but no beans. I also used chicken broth instead of water. Turned out great!
Update: I added a can of italian seasoned stewed tomatoes and it was even better!"
"This soup was a little bit spicy for me (I added a jalepeno pepper), but my husband and family loved it. I substituted one diced green pepper for the celery also, which added nice flavor and color to the soup. It was very flavorful and went great with quesadillas!"
"Wonderful! A great, light summer dish that used up the tomatoes and basil from my garden. Full of flavor and super easy to make. My husband, who HAS to have meat in every dish, actually LOVED this dish- without any meat! Fantastic."
"Just a bit bland for our taste. With the leftovers, I added some red pepper flakes, ginger, salt, almost 1/4 c brown sugar and a bit more cornstarch. The really spiced it up and made it much better. Great with rice made with leftover beef broth."
"Amazing, my husband loved it! I added some Worcestershire sauce and garlic powder. After brushing sugar on the bacon, it made such a great crunchy, sweet crust. The key is cooking it for no longer than 40 minutes- venison would be too tough if cooked well."