I have tried a lot of recipes of Eastern North Carolina BBQ Sauce. This is the closest to what you will find in any of the BBQ Restaurants here in North Carolina. It is on the hot side, so you may wish to adjust the cayenne pepper and Tabasco™ sauce for milder flavor.
A spur-of-the-moment creation when I wanted something with a great flavor punch and lots of color, plus quick to prepare---this one fills the bill, with baby spinach and colorful cranberries and mandarin oranges, plus the crunch of sweetened almonds and the pungent feta cheese---a new favorite at our house! You may substitute blue cheese for the feta and any kind of sweetened pecans or walnuts, if desired, for the almonds.
This classic recipe has proved itself time and time again. Strips of chuck roast simmered with green onions and mushrooms, then flavored with mustard and a good Rhine wine. Serve over steamed rice or noodles.
These skewers are quick and easy to make and taste terrific. With tender top sirloin, you don't need to marinate a long time to tenderize the meat, just long enough to impart the flavors of the citrus and garlic marinade. Serve over rice.
Chicken breasts marinate overnight in orange juice, soy sauce, and lemon/lime carbonated soda. These are then grilled, cut into strips and mixed with lettuce, tomatoes, and mozzarella, and a tasty garlic infused lemon and oil dressing.