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Miscellaneous Recipes

1.Uncle John's Bloody Mary. When making a Bloody Mary try using Aunt Sue's Sauce  instead of Tabasco sauce. The amount will be subject to your taste.

2. Aunt Mavis's Cauliflower. Indredients(1 head of cauliflower, 1/4 cup water, 1/4 cup Aunt Sue's Sauce) Pour water & Aunt Sue's over cauliflower in pot large to contain all. Cook about 10 minutes or until desired tenderness.

3. Uncle Barry's Pickled Cauliflower. Ingredients (1 head of cauliflower, Aunt Sue's Sauce) Cut Cauliflower into florets and place in container large enough to hold contents (glass is preferred). Fill container with Aunt Sue's Sauce enough to cover cauliflower. Refrigerate until ready to eat.

4. Aunt Kim's Barbecue Pecans. (Open all doors and windows). Ingredients (Shelled Pecans, Aunt Sue's Sauce 1/2 to 3/4 cup) Pre-heat oven to 250 deg. Place pecans on broiler pan (Bottom only, it must be an enamel coated pan) Pecan should be only single layer thick. Pour Aunt Sue's Sauce over pecans, just enough to cover bottom of pan (the more liquid the longer they have to cook). Stir from time to time. This pulls up spices onto pecans from bottom of pan. Cook pecans until liquid is gone and the pecans are as crisp as you like. (Stand back when opening oven door, hot spices will burn your eyes and nose).

5. Aunt Sue's Sauce As A Condiment. Whatever you may use vinegar on (Collards, Greens, Beets, Etc.) Try Aunt Sue's Sauce instead of vinegar.



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