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Joe's Famous Michelada

Reviewed: Jun. 15, 2011
We make one similar to this, but we use worchestershire sauce instead of soy sauce, limes instead of lemons and instead of salt we use cajun seasoning. An oyster bar we go to takes an additional step and adds one raw oyster and one cooked shrimp. It tastes better than it sounds.
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Strawberry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

Reviewed: Dec. 27, 2010
I haven't tried this specific recipe, but I've made a recipe like this for years. The one suggestion made by another reviewer to blend the oatmeal into a powder before adding the liquid is a really good suggestion. If you don't mind chunks of oatmeal in your smoothie, you can omit that step.
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Blackjack Brisket

Reviewed: Jul. 5, 2008
This brisket turned out very well, but like many others on this site I played with it a bit. 1. Used beer 2. Left out the molasses 3. Used one 6 oz. bottle of cayenne pepper sauce (I used Trappey's Red Devil, don't worry, it's not hot) 4. Mixed all the ingredients, except the onions which I just threw on top of the brisket, then poured it over the brisket 5. I used an oven bag (these are great for slow cooking). Save the leftover liquid (there will be a lot) as a makeshift BBQ sauce. You can use the oven bag as a gravy seperator by holding it up for a minute letting the fat flow to the top, then poke a hole in the bottom of the bag pouring the liquid into another container. If you have an actual gravy seperator, that's even better.
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