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    Tennessee Hollerin' Sauce

    Made a double batch of this sauce I found listed in MH's recipes. Holy cow my company loved it, they ate every bit of it. Some even got extra bread to clean it up off their plates. I served it with pulled pork. Definite winner here.

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    Have to check that stuff out....

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      #3
      Great recipe, love that stuff

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        #4
        The ingredients are simple, I think the key is rendering the first cup of bourbon down to a couple of tablespoons. I didn't take it down that far, but probably down to four tablespoons. Those that say they can't taste the sweetness or the vanillas in bourbon should taste the rendered liquid.

        The sauce itself gets its sweetness from the bourbon and the black strap molasses.

        I've always been a pretty hard-core East Carolina salt vinegar sauce (vinegar, salt, black pepper and red pepper) guy but this is definitely going in my line up.

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          #5
          Going to try this next time I do a pork butt

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            #6
            You got my interest. Not a liquor drinker so got some bourbon from stepson. It was JB Red stag with honey tea. Boiled down the cup to 2 T. and it is super sweet just like a honey. Should I use this or find a honeyless bourbon? Im going to use it but should I still find a straight bourbon?

            Rick

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            • Dewesq55
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              Don't use that. Get some regular bourbon.

            #7
            Tennessee Hollerin' Sauce is my favorite. I use Jameson's Irish Whiskey (Black label) instead of Bourbon - it's what I prefer to drink - and it was awesome.

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              #8
              Made it last night and we had it on pulled pork sandwiches get's a full 5 smiles. Now this weekend to play and make it my own .

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                #9
                Originally posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
                I think the key is rendering the first cup of bourbon down to a couple of tablespoons. I didn't take it down that far, but probably down to four tablespoons. Those that say they can't taste the sweetness or the vanillas in bourbon should taste the rendered liquid.
                I totally agree with that TheBigLebowski (or should I just call you The Dude?)

                DEW

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                • gcdmd
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                  The Dude was the little Lebowski, a case of mistaken identity. He did abide, however, in which we can all take comfort.

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