Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Recipe Wednesday - A R Grobbo

Everyone seems to be cheating on everyone else these days. Jesse James on Sandra Bullock. Tiger on his wife Elin. Wonder what they would have done if murder by poison was still in vogue. Can one taste arsenic if you put it in this recipe?
ONE WOMAN’S POISON is the fourth Gloria Trevisi Mystery published by Double Dragon Publishing; a friend’s high school diary contains a deadly secret, canned preserves are killing the locals, and Gloria is about to face the worst two weeks of her life. (Fortunately there is no peach preserve needed for the recipe.)


Barbecue season begins in southwestern Ontario, and Gloria Trevisi is cooking outdoors.

1 bottle of beer (any brand)

3 cups ketchup

3 tbsp lemon juice

3 tbsp horseradish

3 tsp Worstershire Sauce

1-1/2 tsp Garlic salt

1-1/2 cups brown sugar

Boil gently, uncovered, until thick enough to coat a spoon. Stir often. This mild barbecue sauce is great with chicken and pork, wonderful on hot dogs and hamburgers and sensational with ribs. Store it in a glass jar in the fridge.

A.R. Grobbo spent 20 years working for suburban newspapers and marketing for an international corporation before retiring to the country. She lives in southwestern Ontario where she keeps bees, teaches music and dreams up mystery plots for her cozy series.

To Quote award-winning author Dee Lloyd: “… crisply written, tightly plotted and filled with characters who walk right off the page.”

Check out the author and her books at www.angrobo.com.

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