Barbeque from Morrison's Cafeteria
1 qt water
2 oz liquid smoke sauce
4 oz vinegar
3 T garlic powder
2 T cayenne
one whole chicken
Blend your ingredients together well.
Place your meat in a container
completely cover the meat with your sauce mixture
Seal container tightly
Let it marinate overnight in the refrigerator
This can be used for chicken, pork, ribs or beef.
The Morrison's BBQ sauce recipe posted is NOT the recipe. There is no recipe.
This was a warehouse item. And the cooking instructions saying pour it over
the meat and marinate is not even close. Marinate overnight in the refrigerator
would have been a food safety problem. And it would have tied up valuable
The bbq chicken was 12 chicken quarters, coated with paprika flour (10 parts
four to one part paprika). Then they melted 4 oz margarine, added 4 oz flour
and 2 qts chicken stock and poured it over the coated chicken. The chicken
went into the oven and was basted with bbq sauce every 15 minutes until chicken
is half done. Then one pint of bbq sauce was poured over the chicken and basting
was continued until chicken was well done.
On 11 Jun 2005 at 15:17, Theresa wrote:
> A friend of mine is looking for a recipe for Lu Lu paste I don't know
> what it is and I can not find it Can you help. Thank You Theresa
3 tbsp. sugar
3 tbsp. vinegar
1/2 lb. cream cheese
1 sweet green pepper, chopped
1 sm. can pimento, chopped
1 onion, minced
1 tbsp. butter
Salt to taste
Mix egg, sugar and vinegar and bring to boil in double boiler. Remove from heat and
add the remaining ingredients. Beat while hot. Chill. Good with crackers, chips, etc.
On 11 Jun 2005 at 19:33, alison wrote:
> Good evening...what an awesome website!! I have several inquiries but
> will, as requested, email seperately. I grew up in NY and am 1/2
> cuban. My family and I used to eat cuban desserts called "borachitas
> and cappucinos" (sp?)from a cuban bakery in Queens. Any assistance
> you may be able to provide could make me the favorite child
> again...hahaha...thanks!! Alison, TX
I found a recipe called "borrachitos", but nothing spelled "borachitas". For "capuchinos"
recipes see here: Capuchinos.
Borrachitos (Little Drunks)
1 cup (2 sticks) butter
2/3 cup sugar
1/4 tsp salt
2 egg yolks
3 cups flour
1/4 cup sweet red wine
Directions: Cream butter and sugar, add salt and egg yolks, and mix well.
Add flour alternately with wine. Shape into small balls between the palms,
roll into cinnamon and sugar (heavy on the cinnamon!), and flatten with
the bottom of a glass on cookie sheets.
Bake at 375 degrees about 10 minutes and sprinkle while hot with more of
On 11 Jun 2005 at 21:08, wwv wrote:
> Hello Phaedrus,
> The Swahili Sauce here is part of a larger recipe. Again, don't know
> if you already found it or not.
2 tbsp Olive oil
1 stem Lemon grass
3 cm fresh ginger root, finely chopped
2 garlic clove, finely chopped
2 Shallots, finely chopped
2 red chillies, finely chopped
1 bunch of Coriander, finely chopped
1 tsp garam masala
1 tsp turmeric
2 plum tomatoes, seeded and finely chopped
400ml coconut milk
1. Pour the olive oil into a large frying pan over a gentle and add
all the ingredients, except for the coconut milk. Cook for 4-5 minutes
until softened and then stir in the coconut milk.
2. Simmer the mixture for 3-4 minutes until the sauce has thickened.
Season to taste with salt and freshly ground black pepper.
To make lobster or prawn Swahili simply prepare the seafood, marinate
for 20 minutes in a little lime juice and add to the sauce allowing.
Cook for 2-3 minutes and serve with coconut rice. Swahili sauce is the
perfect accompaniment for a variety of dishes especially seafood such
as prawns and lobster.
On 11 Jun 2005 at 18:22, paula wrote:
> i remember at school making apple dumplings, not apples wrapped in
> pastry but apples in the dumpling mix and then boiled in water? i
> if you could help i would be grateful
> thank you paula
See below for boiled apple dumplings.
Make syrup of 1 cup brown sugar, 2 tablespoons butter, 2 heaping
cups sliced apples, 2 cups hot water. Let all come to a boil. Use
1 cup flour, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon salt and 3/4
cup cream or milk. Mix and drop in 8 spoonfuls into boiling syrup.
Cover tightly. Turn heat down after 5 minutes. Boil 20 minutes
without lifting lid. Serve hot. Can pour cream around dumplings in
1 c. sugar
1/2 c. butter
1 1/2 c. water
1 heaping c. flour
2 tsp. baking powder
1/4 tsp. salt
2 apples, diced
Bring sugar, butter and water to a boil. Combine flour, baking
powder and salt. Add milk or water to make a batter like drop
biscuits. Stir apples into dough. Drop by spoonful into boiling
syrup. Bake slowly 350 degrees for 1/2 hour. Baste with syrup once
or twice. Should be brown on top when done. Serve with whipped
cream or plain cream.