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What's Cooking? #400 - Prepare to be Boarded!

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Thursday, September 18, 2008, Issue No. 400
Talk Like a Pirate!
Talk Like a Pirate!
You know you want an eye-patch, a parrot, and a fast galleon to sail the seas. It's International Talk Like a Pirate Day, and there's no better (or sillier) chance to have a day's worth of fun with your food. Let Allrecipes help read your treasure map with offbeat pirate recipes, Caribbean dinners, and a tipple of every pirate's favorite spot o'drink--rum.
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Submitted By: Amber
Marinating these ribs overnight (or at least 6 hours) makes them delectably succulent!

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Soy comes to the rescue in this vegan version of the Southern classic.

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These burgers combine beef and sausage with all the fixin's right inside! They're made for grilling outside, but could easily be done indoors, too.

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This salad is very easy to make and definitely highlights fennel's wonderful licorice flavor.

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This is a vinegar-based barbeque sauce with a splash of ketchup. I transfer some of the sauce to a plastic squeeze bottle for serving.

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1 comment:

outdoorgriller said...

That is a good idea sbout marinating the ribs 6 hours before cook time.My ribs always come out tender because I steam them first on the grill you can find this tip and others at