BBQ without the grill

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One of the things I like about working at the market is meeting new people.  A while back a customer asked where we kept the Everglades Gourmet Moppin BBQ Sauce.  I helped the customer find it and she was so excited about it I couldn’t help but try it myself.  This Moppin Sauce is Fresh From Florida and made with Florida Sweet Onions.

It’s been a couple of years since I met that customer looking for the Moppin BBQ sauce.  I can tell you this is the only BBQ sauce we use in our home.  One of my favorite Ingrid Hoffman’s recipe is for a Caribbean Salmon with mango-veggie salsa and guava barbeque sauce.  Her time-saving tip is this: mix 1/2 cup of Guava jam or jelly into 1 1/2 cup of your favorite BBQ sauce.  I mix Davidson of Dundee guava butter with Everglades Moppin BBQ sauce, top the salmon and broil in the oven for 12-15 minutes.  That was our dinner a couple of nights ago.  For tonight’s dinner, I spotted some butternut squash earlier at the market.

Cubed butternut squash, diced yellow onion, drizzle olive oil, salt and pepper.  Into the broiler for 15 minutes.  Tonight’s dinner cooked in the crock pot all day.  Glad to come home to a “cooked meal”.  Thanks Martha Stewart!

The ribs cooked in ketchup, apple cider vinegar, mustard powder, salt, pepper, dark brown sugar and cayenne pepper.  The gravy was delicious on the mashed potatoes, but we used our Moppin Sauce to dip the pork into.  Everyone was happy after tonight’s dinner.  Which is your favorite BBQ Sauce?

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2 Responses to BBQ without the grill

  1. Cynthia says:

    I’m going to have to try this! It looks amazing!

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