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3/12/08 6:15 P

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Yeah, I'm kind of thinking that draining before pouring BBQ sauce on in the end is the way to go.


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3/10/08 4:12 P

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I've put left over already cooked turkey shreaded in with commercially bottled BBQ sauce b/4 and it was yummo.
I guess the chicken is juicy - maybe if you used less or put the sauce on afterwards??
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3/9/08 11:39 P

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I'm afraid I'm going to try another BBQ sandwich recipe. The Cook's Illustrated BBQ sauce is awesome, I'm just looking for something that I can throw in and go with no major prep work and nothing I have to do afterward other than shred the chicken.

It was delicious, but it was way too soupy with the chicken juice that was produced. I dumped it into a strainer in the sink before dishing it out.

I don't know, maybe I'm asking too much for a recipe to counteract the liquid produced by crockpot cooking. The other recipe I have for pork has you cook the meat with a can of coke, drain it, and only at the end combine with BBQ sauce. Methinks they were on to something.

Has anyone ever seen a recipe that doesn't involve draining?


--Debbie

Goals: 175 by Hawaii and 169 by Skiing
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MCGRATH2 Posts: 2,487
3/9/08 7:58 P

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Tell us about the America's Test Kitchen BBQ sauce recipe!! I love love love that show - and Cooks Illustrated. I just subscribed to Country Cooks, as well
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3/9/08 3:59 P

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Yes please let us !! emoticon

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3/9/08 2:03 P

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Debbie,
Let us know how it turned out!

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3/9/08 11:59 A

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Today I'm going to try the timer function on my crock pot. I'm going to use the BBQ sauce recipe from America's Test Kitchen/Cook's Illustrated (yummy!) and throw it over chicken thighs (my store was having a buy one get one free deal on chicken thigh packages. That combined with how cheap chicken thighs are, I couldn't pass it up. If it turns out okay, I'm going to throw the chicken on wheat buns for pulled BBQ chicken sandwiches.


Edited by: S318830 at: 3/9/2008 (11:59)

--Debbie

Goals: 175 by Hawaii and 169 by Skiing
11/11/13: 184.6
11/18/13: 181.2
11/25/13: 182.5
12/02/13: 182.2
12/09/13: 181.5
12/16/13: 181.6
12/23/13:
12/30/13: Out of town (Hawaii!)
01/06/14:
01/09/14:
01/16/14:
01/23/14: Out of town (Skiing!)


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