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Barbecue Sauce Recipe - Aunty JJ likes dry rub [reposted on Home Cooking]

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jennyjo Sep 1, 2013 05:57 PM

I am teaching my nephew how to cook. He is eighteen and I don't want him to starve to death. His mom doesn't like to and can't cook. Ask me about the casserole that required cream a mushroom soup she didn't have so used alphabet soup. Interesting and funny meal. I digress. Well we made pulled pork and I have showed him how to make several meals using the pork. Stir fried cabbage, shrimp and with the pork and also tacos. Tomorrow we are having big pig sandwiches - slice of ham, pulled pork, pepper jack cheese, coleslaw and honey mustard. He wants to try a barbecue sauce that doesn't have a tomato base (he hates tomatoes and ketchup). Since I hate barbecue sauce (and didn't eat ketchup until my 30's and still not a big fan) I make my own sauce with honey, Dijon mustard, apple cider and a little apple cider vinegar. He is allergic to apples. I thought of using hoisin sauce or a mixture of honey and soy sauce. Does any one have a alternative sauce recipe without the tomatoes that we could try?

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    flavrmeistr Sep 1, 2013 06:10 PM

    This should probably go on the Home Cooking board, but mojo criollo is excellent with pork, as is Carolina pepper/vinegar sauce.

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      jennyjo Sep 1, 2013 06:16 PM

      Thank you favrmeistr I will try to repost on the home cooking board. Thank You for the suggestion as I use Mojo Crillo , Naranja Orange and Adobo when I grill chicken sometimes.

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