Mike

Ménage à Trois Barbeque Sauce

This sauce has a good output of 3 flavors – Sweet, Sour, & Spice in that order – hence the name. The flavors just kind of swish around your palate. It makes a pretty glaze on chicken and ribs cooked on indirect heat when applied in several coats during final 30 minutes. For direct heat barbecuing apply during the final turns of the meat.

1 cup ketchup

1 ½ cups brown sugar

2 tbs yellow mustard

1/3 cup bourbon

½ cup apple cider vinegar

½ cup lemon juice

1 tbs garlic powder

½ tsp Zateran’s Liquid Crab Boil – be careful with this as it will overpower so maybe do less and add to taste

Combine first two ingredients over low to medium heat until sugar liquefies. Then add remaining ingredients in order stirring as you add. Simmer over low heat until thick almost like syrup.

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3 Comments on “Ménage à Trois Barbeque Sauce”

  1. You\’ve really helped me understand the issues. Thanks.

  2. Hamst says:

    Louis, as usual you take my breath away! This shows one of the many parts of New Orleans often oaosrhvdewed by the lack of infrastructure and general corruption: the culture. While I am glad of the break while here in Cincinnati for the next few years there are those things that have made the multiple funerals and atmosphere of PSTD bearable. The Mardi Gras Indians are high on that list. Thanks for sharing these pictures as I spend the weekend unpacking rather than working for WWOZ at the Fest!BTW, I’ve already got the local coffee shop around the corner playing Wild Magnolias in the shop. Expanding the franchise, baby!

  3. Lidianne says:

    That looks amazing!!!! I wish we had more trcuks around here, but we have a few in the summer. Just not the winter, but mac and cheese num!


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