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"This recipe has been sitting in my cookbook untouched for over a year. May I say, the wait was well worth it! But, I am sad for all the times I could have languished in this recipe's etherial deliciousness.This is the closest yet to a dessert dish I used to consume with a passion in the 1980's at a little back-street bistro in Venice Beach, Cali..."
Aug 23, 2009 on Food.com
"This isn't your run-of-the-mill Kansas City style BBQ sauce. This is as close as I have found to an authentic Beale Street in Memphis mop sauce.I tweeked-it a bit by cutting the sugar in half and adding molasses in its place.Yeah!"
Aug 6, 2008 on Food.com
"The family liked this a lot. I used half beef broth and half chicken broth instead of water and I didn't have to baste as I filled the liquids to just cover the onions and lemon. I used BBQ sauce sparingly instead of ketchup.I took member -RITA-'s suggestion and made a roux to thicken the remaining liquids into a delicious gravy.The family asked..."
Jan 6, 2008 on Food.com
"This is a great starter recipe for this dish. Very quick and simple. Dinner is ready in an hour all in one pot.Add or subtract ingredients as to your liking and to add some desperately needed color to this dish. I added a bay leaf and a little sage, frozen peas, frozen pearl onions, chopped celery, more carrots, and a can of button mushrooms. Si..."
Jan 13, 2007 on Food.com
"In general, this is a fairly good recipe for what, I believe, most of us would think of as a traditional Wintertime beef stew. Here are my personal amendments to the recipe.First of all, I omitted the green peppers; I don't think I have ever had a beef stew with green peppers. Ever.Add salt and pepper to the flour mixture when coating the beef ..."
Jan 6, 2007 on Food.com
"My family loved this recipe! I made the it with boneless pork ribs, pork shoulder (for excellent pulled pork sandwiches and with chicken.I used one large oven-proof pan than goes from stovetop to oven for everything which made both preparation and clean-up a whole lot easier.I also eliminated step #4 altogether as unnecessary by reducing the ..."
Oct 19, 2006 on Food.com