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Made some short pork ribs with Jack Daniel's sauce tonight. Out of this world! Here is my recipe for the marinate/sauce:

Jack Daniel's Sauce

Ingredients:



  • 1 can tomato paste
  • 1.5 cups Jack Daniel's Bourbon - love this stuff
  • 1/3 cup canola oil
  • 1/2 cup maple syrup
  • 3 tbsp Cajun spices
  • 1/3 cup ketchup
Put this all in the cusinart and let it rip till smooth enough to pour as a thick sauce. You can always add more "stuff" to suit your consistency.

Let you ribs marinate at least over night to get all the flavor in there. As far as cooking is concerned. Cooked over a low heat grill. Get the ribs seared first then lower the temp and if not low enough, move then to the "top bunk" rack to be further away from the flame. It will take at least 3 hours to properly cook them so make sure to turn over every hour and generaously apply more sauce.

After the cooking let stand for at least 5 min before cutting in. Enjoy!
 

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Sounds fantastic. My mouth is watering just thinking of the smell coming off the bbq and the taste of the first bite.
 

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The ribs were a HUGE success with our guests. Fall off the bone and not sweet (just enough). Will definitely hit this one again. I love cooking!

I made Teriyaki Salmon and some light salad with this. Desert were grilled peaches with meringue topping and mint from our garden.

Served a light Shiraz and a Pinot Grigio. All very yummy.
 

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i was looking at doing this for a nice change to steaks and chicken... what are the tell tale signs that the ribs are actually cooked? have you added any heat to this sauce?
 

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The ribs were a HUGE success with our guests. Fall off the bone and not sweet (just enough). Will definitely hit this one again. I love cooking!

I made Teriyaki Salmon and some light salad with this. Desert were grilled peaches with meringue topping and mint from our garden.

Served a light Shiraz and a Pinot Grigio. All very yummy.

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HA!

I wonder if there's room for the other foot in my mouth!:rofl:
Hey man,
Don't sweat it. It's no biggie. It was my choice in and around the time I got diagnosed. I still grill a boatload of stuff and still eat fish occasionally. Now salmon with JD sauce has got to be amazing don't you think?

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For some reason, salmon an BBQ sauce seems like a combo I wouldn't enjoy. Salmon and teriyaki is another story.

However, I must admit that I prefer the white fish more--sea bass, swrodfish, marlin, mahi-mahi, catfish, etc.

I'm sure fish and veggies would taste awesome on the egg too--smoked salmon--now there's something I can sink my teeth into!!!
 

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