A slow cooker recipe for very delicious, tasty, deep-brown baked beans with a thick hearty sauce. The recipe really only requires about 20 minutes of attention from you at various intervals.
An easy, no-fail seafood sauce for shrimp, etc.
Can be used as a baste for chicken, and as a baste for ribs towards the end of grilling, barbequing or smoking. Can also be used as a sauce served at the table.
This is coleslaw as made in the Piedmont area of North Carolina for barbeques, where it is referred to variously as BBQ slaw, Red Slaw, Red Coleslaw, Barbecued Coleslaw, etc. The ketchup gives the salad a dusty pink hue.
A classic North American 1950s dish to make and take to feed a crowd at gatherings. It was dubbed Funeral Beans because it was a stand-by crowd-pleaser for gatherings after funerals.
Henry John Heinz Life and Times Henry John Heinz founded a empire of commercially-prepared foods. Such products provided convenience to housewives, who previously had to make all their home products from scratch. Heinz wasn’t the first to market with such products in America. In fact, imports of British commercially-prepared foods had been underway for several…
Mushroom Ketchup was being made before Tomato Ketchup. You can still buy it today, made by George Watkins Co. in the UK. It’s much thinner than tomato ketchup, and more vinegary. You use it as you would a mushroom sauce. It’s great on meat pies and meatloaf. The George Watkins brand contains vinegar, seasonings and…
Ketchup is a savoury sauce used as both a meal condiment, and an ingredient. The best known type of ketchup is tomato ketchup; in fact, it is so well known that for most people, the word “ketchup” is synonymous with the term “tomato ketchup.” It’s not, and in fact, ketchup was originally made without tomatoes….