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by ladystressout on July 15, 2004 06:21 PM
Hello and any recipes for marinate chicken or what ever for the grill that is easy to do?
by weezie13 on July 15, 2004 06:45 PM
We use a bunch of different things...

#1. Chavetta's Maranade sauce

*and when we get bored of that just plain,
after we BBQ it, we dip it in Wishbone's Robusto dressing.

#2. Wishbone's Robusto Dressing ..........

#3. Krafts BBQ sauce's....mixed together.....
Hickory Smoke and HOT.....yum *it's spicey, depending on how heavy you put in the hot one.
Do to your own taste buds.

#4. Melted butter and salt


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by ladystressout on July 16, 2004 04:58 PM
Thank Weezie and I like spicy foods got to try them and see which ones I like? Bye
by frustratedattimes on August 01, 2004 06:46 PM
Ok, now for my other passion, cooking on a grill.

Here is my marinade for country style ribs.

Red Wine (have a glass as well for yourself)
Meat Tenderizer
Brown Sugar
Garlic (either powder, or pulverized cloves)
Pepper (Red or Black, I use both)
Just a dash or two of hot sauce, (just for a little flavor)

Mix up the marinade
Poke holes in the ribs about every 1/2 in.
Soak the ribs for at least 24 hours.
Drink the rest of the wine [Big Grin]
Then grill the ribs, covering with your favorite BBQ sauce.

I have also substituted Jack Daniels for the wine, it works great too

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