Barbecue barons John Stage of Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse, N.Y., and Kenny Callaghan of Blue Smoke in Manhattan deliver the ultimate ribs recipe with their signature sauce made exclusively for Men's Health. The work is worth it.
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John Stage almost always leaves something out in the recipes he publishes so they are just a little off. In this case, I think he just wrote "creole seasoning" when in fact, this stuff tastes most authentic with a spice they sell around here in the restaurant and in stores called "Cajun Foreplay." Use it generously. Either way these are delicious, especially served with Dinosaur BBQ Cocktail Sauce (recipe # 295318). Not for wimps!
This citrus and pesto like recipe is from one of our favorite local restaurant's "Dinosaur BBQ". It is using their bottled marinade. For those who have received a package from me, I have included this sauce. For those who have not-never fear, I am including the web address so that you can enjoy it too. Go to www.dinobbq.com .. also, look for other "Dinosaur" recipes using their sauces under me or my hubby Rickv.
From the Dinosaur BBQ cookbook. I haven't made the sauce from scratch since a store near my house sells it in bottles in the bbq sauce section but the chicen is very good. Cooking time does not include cooling time for the marinade or marinating time for the chicken.
It does NOT get better than this. This is SUPER rich and cheesy. Not for the faint of heart! Dinosaur BBQ's mac and cheese has been featured on tv and in magazine's as the best mac and cheese in the country. I think they are right.
This recipe uses a tasty mix of sausage, chicken, pulled pork and ham. And don't skip the chicken livers...that's what makes it dirty and gives it its deep, rich flavor. From "Dinosaur BBQ, An American Roadhouse" by John Stage and Nancy Radke.