Tag Archives: Mark Masker

White Lightning: How They Do `Cue Sauce in Alabama

white-sauceIn Alabama, white sauce replaces sweet with sour for grilling with a twist. Like conventional tomato concoctions, homemade white is as varied as the tastes of its makers. Continue reading
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Tea Smoking: Burning These Leaves Won’t Get You Arrested

While potpourri and tea smoke mix share some ingredients, here's the difference—potpourri comes in a sack, Szechuan tea smoking has one.Try tea-smoking as an Asian alternative to boring roasted turkey this Christmas. It's a style of cooking meat that hails from China's Sichuan (formerly Szechuan) region, which is known for its hot, spicy cuisine. Continue reading
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The Burn’ed Christmas List Part III: The Silence of the List

Untitled-1Like my holiday shopping, part three of our list comes later than it should and it's totally my fault. Between slaying fish near Kirimati with my folks for ten days, writing bike features for Hot Bike and Baggers magazines, shooting Harley Claus at Bartels Harley-Davidson, and other blog posts here, the list got pushed back until Lois finally put me in a pit and said, “It writes the list or else it gets the hose again.” I agreed, she tossed me a laptop, and as soon as this post goes live, she's promised to let me out. Continue reading
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Gourdzilla III: Enter the Ninja

11We've been on a pumpkin roll lately, so here are a few recipes perfect for holiday entertaining, including a spicy soup idea just in time for Thanksgiving. Continue reading
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