TRIGG HOMEMADE MAYO
1 Whole Egg
2 TBL. Fresh Lemon Juice
1/4 – 1 TSP. Salt
1/8 – 1/4 TSP. Dry Mustard
1 C. Oil (Corn or Canola works best)
Beat in order, adding oil very slowly in Blender or Food Processor
BBQ SAUCE BY GORDON SWANN
1/2 C. Woody’s BBQ Concentrate
1/2 C. Catsup
4 TBL. Molasses
2 TSP. Worcestershire Sauce
1 TBL. Tabasco
2 TBL. Melted Butter
Add to taste:
Garlic (+/- 1/2 -1 clove)
Onion (+/- 1/4 onion, diced)
Lemon Juice (+/- 1 tsp)
Mix in order, can be heated but not necessary.
BRISKET BY SENESA
Use a trimmed brisket (7-15 lbs)
Cook 8-12 hours @ 250
Drain/cut off fat & tear apart or slice against the grain
These are some of the things I use to season:
Claude’s BBQ Brisket Marinade Sauce (strong flavor, a bit smoky)
Italian Salad Dressing
Tony Chachere’s Cajun Seasoning
Herbs & spices that you enjoy using on beef
Anything else that sounds good…
SPICE LEMON TEA
1/2 C. instant tea with lemon
1 C. sugar
2 C. boiling water
combine above ingredients & add following:
1 12 oz. can frozen lemonade
1 T. almond extract
1 T. vanilla extract
Fill remainder of container with water
BEEF A LA DEUTSCHE (this recipe is for 8, can double, triple or…)
1 lb. ground beef browned and drained
Add & simmer for 45 minutes:
8 oz. tomato sauce
1 clove minced garlic (or more to taste)
2 tsp. each salt & pepper
2 tsp. sugar
16 oz. can tomatoes undrained
5 oz. egg noodles
Mix together & add to noodles:
1 C. sour cream
3 oz. cream cheese
6 green onions
Layer beef, noodles, and top with 1 1/2 C. of cheddar cheese.
Cook at 350 for 30 min.
1 lb. marshmallows – the small kind, or cut up the large kind so they melt faster.
2 oz. unsweetened chocolate
1 T. sugar
1 cup double-strength coffee (or regular strength plus some instant)
Melt these together, as gently as possible: in BIG double boiler or microwave.
Stir and cool. Before it sets, whip 1 cup whipping cream
Fold it in, and chill (or freeze, if you are in a hurry) in a ring mold,
a nice big bowl, or individual ramekins or cups.
You could sprinkle the top with nuts or crushed nut brittle.
This is easy to double or triple; just use a big enough bowl!
If people are going to be serving themselves, put out small plates and use a
smallish serving spoon: it is richer than it looks. They can come back for more,
but it would be a sin to waste it…