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Old 01-14-2013, 12:32 PM   #1
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Default Apple Pie Moonshine Chops

I blame this on Brethren Militant83. http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=151168

Someone left a few jars of apple pie moonshine here during deer season. It's too strong for me to drink so I'm using Militant's suggestion and cooking with it.


I gave a couple of chops the "quick" cure with a sprinkle of Tenderquick...



let them chill for one hour...



rinsed the cure off and seasoned a bit with pepper...



the evil apple pie..



I made a basting sauce with the apple pie, honey and cayenne..



grilled and basted...







fried up a few green tomatoes... (I can green tomatoes for frying during the winter.)





made some skillet corn...bacon, scallions, garlic, butter, red pepper flakes, salt & pepper, fried in bacon drippings.



then made a sauce with more apple pie moonshine, chicken stock, scallions, apples, honey, salt and cornstarch..








It turned out better than I thought it would! lol

Now I know what to do with these jars of booze.
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Thanks for looking!
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:39 PM   #2
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Outstanding dinner. I like the use of the Hootch.......but it really needs to be served over the rocks........
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:44 PM   #3
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Your welcome..... Looks like a great meal. I will be doing a apple pie marinated pork loin tomorrow... Thread i follow.


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looks awesome! Pass some of that shine my way I will dispose of it properly for you!
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:47 PM   #5
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Very nice! And it looks like the pork chops were on good behavior even after the 'shine.
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:57 PM   #6
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Thanks everybody!!
Bluesman, I've not tried in on the rocks, my friends drink it hot out of the jar. Maybe that's why I can't handle it.

Great idea to use the shine as a marinade.. I'll watch for your post Militant

Thanks Chef Country, nice to see you posting again!.

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Top notch, as always.
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Next level stuPh right there Girl!
Love the looks of that sauce...especially with them chunks of apple in there.
PerPhect meal!
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Wow, just Wow

Intoxicating, sweet and a bit of heat...... Your'e absolutely wonderful cowgirl!

Oh yeah and the pork pics and recipe looks good too!
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A good drink with that would be apple pie shine mixed with iced tea.
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Lookin' good Jeanie, now that's a plate I could sink my teeth into. (the food not the actual plate obviously)
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Jeanie, you weren't buzzing after eating that were you?

Food looks really good, sweetie! Throw that hooch in the freezer. It's gooood ice cold!
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Good looking chops!
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That's all kinds of good!
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Jeanie--

One more thread that shows why you are a BBQ Goddess

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