Last week, I innocently twittered a shoot of some asiatic condiments for a Viet Nhậu (tapas) function we were having for one of our Supper Club Dinners. In that picture, there were both yummy, traditional Vietnamese toppings of allium porrum oil confit, cooked crispy shallots and many more goodies I prepared for the evenings feast. But I never thought a unanalysable chirrup mention of “homemade sriracha hot sauce” would cause such a commotion, appoint incessant demands for the recipe, and getting all the object and attending over the other toppings.
Asian Sauce Recipes - CDKitchen
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Smoked Chicken with Big Bob Gibson's Alabama White Barbecue Sauce Recipe :: The Meatwave
Believe or not, before I started grilling, my diet consisted of almost entirely chicken, pizza, and ham (ok, gaming some Hot Pockets in there for acceptable measure). I grew up pretty food adverse—that guy who needed a eating house with some form of deep-fried yellow-bellied on the menu in order to eat. It was broiling that got me out of that shell, but my earlier years of cooking still veered heavily on the familiar.