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cptspanky
Pine City, NY

August 5, 2009
2:52 PM

Post #6910121

1 Large bunch of seedless grapes
1 Large onion
1 Stalk of celery chopped very fine
2 TBLSP Olive oil
1/2 cup Molasses
1/2 cup Worcestershire Sauce
1 TBLSP Red Pepper flakes
1 TBLSP Black pepper
1 TBLSP Salt
2 TBLSP Minced garlic
1 Cup Brown suger
1 Bottle ketchup
1 8oz. Jar of orange marmalade
1 Cup of orange juice
1 TBLSP Liquid smoke
1 TBLSP yellow mustard
1/2 Cup Cider vinegar
1 Granny smith apple chopped very fine.

Make sure you have a couple hours to play in the kitchen! .. but sooo worth it!

In the frying pan add oil, onions, celery, apple and grapes. After the onions are brown add the cup of orange juice. Simmer until the grapes give up and break down :) Might take about 20min or so. Once everything thickens up add frying pan contents and the rest of the ingredients to a large pot and simmer until bubbles mess up your stove top "your preference how long"

Has a nice orange smokey bbq flavor.. awesome on ribs and chicken!

Let me know if you guys like it!! My father and I have been working on tweaking this for 2 years now... any input would rock! Happy BBQ'ing!!!

-Dave



cptspanky
Pine City, NY

August 5, 2009
2:54 PM

Post #6910134

ooops! forgot to mention if you want you can cut the grapes in half before cooking.. if not make sure to smash them down once they soften in the fry pan for a while :)
dddal
Eaton, IN

August 5, 2009
4:50 PM

Post #6910580

Sounds interesting, how big of a bottle of ketchup?
cptspanky
Pine City, NY

August 5, 2009
7:47 PM

Post #6911230

16-32oz your pref. :)
planolinda
Plano, TX

August 11, 2009
2:28 PM

Post #6934122

is it chunky? and what about the grape skins?
sounds very interesting and good
cptspanky
Pine City, NY

August 11, 2009
9:03 PM

Post #6935667

The grape skins seem to dissipate when you cook it for a long time. Its not really that chunky either to my surprise the first time I made it. The longer you cook it , the more the grape skins seem to disappear
knolan
Sugar Land, TX
(Zone 9a)

September 1, 2009
4:46 AM

Post #7011538

I love the idea of grapes in there. That's pretty creative. Reminds me of a recipe with sausage that uses grape jelly in the sauce. I've never made it but I remember a coworker bringing to a potluck once and it was good.

Very interesting!

Ooohhh...and the apple. I just went back up. That really is different!
cptspanky
Pine City, NY

September 1, 2009
2:49 PM

Post #7012671

Lemme know if you make it! Really looking for feedback from others :)

-Dave
dddal
Eaton, IN

September 1, 2009
4:20 PM

Post #7013029

Dave, since your Snack Mustard was a hit I'm going to try this one. Do you have to use orange marmalade?

Thanks,
Donna
cptspanky
Pine City, NY

September 1, 2009
5:21 PM

Post #7013277

You don't have to at all, but that's what I think sets this apart from other BBQ sauces.. has a different finish when you eat it :) .. I have used this on Pork,Beef,Ribs and chicken and it was yummy :)


Lemme know!!

-Dave
dddal
Eaton, IN

September 1, 2009
6:24 PM

Post #7013495

Okay, I'll go to the store tomorrow. Today I'm dealing with harvest. I'm hoping to make this by the weekend.

Dave, do you can this or do you think you could can this. I'm always trying to think of new Christmas gifts. I thought this would be nice in a basket with the mustard.

Thanks,
Donna
cptspanky
Pine City, NY

September 2, 2009
1:57 PM

Post #7016835

I DO can it :)

10min Hot water bath. "It's already REALLY hot when you first put it in the canning jar and it has some vinegar in it to acidify things :) "
dddal
Eaton, IN

September 2, 2009
2:41 PM

Post #7016998

Cool beans!!! I wish it took up a little more of my harvest. Oh well I sure will be ahead of the game for Christmas. I'm going to the store today.

Thanks,
Donna
dddal
Eaton, IN

September 3, 2009
12:16 PM

Post #7020394

Dave, can you believe that I forgot the apple. I can't, realized it about 8 pm last night. Well I guess I'm back to the store. I might as well go ahead and get more mustard and cider vinegar since your mustard sauce is making a big hit.

Donna
cptspanky
Pine City, NY

September 3, 2009
1:28 PM

Post #7020549

makes me wish I woulda bottled it up and sold it! lol
dddal
Eaton, IN

September 3, 2009
2:58 PM

Post #7020851

It's a thought. If you have the peppers it's very easy on the pocket and easy to make.
AlohaHoya
Keaau, HI
(Zone 11)

September 11, 2009
5:28 AM

Post #7050333

snack mustard???? Ooooo do tell where I can find it. That BBQ sauce looks so good the mustard must be killer!
dddal
Eaton, IN

September 11, 2009
10:02 AM

Post #7050520

AlohaHoya, the snack mustard is in the recipe forum, near the top. I'm sorry but I don't how to put the actual link. It is another recipe from cptspanky.

On your rebate for your Kitchenaid Stand Mixer, just go on the website or call. I'm sure that they will help you.

Good Luck,
Donna

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