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    2012 - 06.10

    One of the things that I’m realizing going through the recovery from the wisdom teeth removal is that I’m not a big fan of liquid or soft foods in general.  That and the fact that I have a note that recommends Slurpees and Milk Shakes while the June weather is totally not cooperating doesn’t help either.

    One of the things that I’m looking forward to trying once I’m back on solid foods is a Dr. Pepper Glaze that they shared on Facebook.  To be honest I’m not familiar with all the spices in the recipe.

    The actual biggest complaint that I have about the recipe though is that it’s presented as an image (probably necessary), but that the reference to it’s source is too small.  So here’s the actual source link: http://www.restlesschipotle.com/2011/03/dr-pepper-glaze-for-chicken-ham-or-pork/

    And to be honest the little story that goes along with the recipe makes it much more interesting.

    Anyone else want to give it a try?

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    4 Responses to “Dr. Pepper Glaze”

    1. Wendy says:

      Siracha is a Chinese hot chile sauce–I’d probably like the glaze without it and maybe couldn’t eat it with it in. I might nix the cardomom too–used in chai and Indian food as well as some Scandianavian baking.

    2. Thank you for posting the link. :) I don’t know where it was on facebook but I hope the recipe itself wasn’t shared. I hope you like it… I know we did!

      • David says:

        The recipe was shared, but it was attributed, the text was just a little on the small side. It was shared by Dr. Pepper (e.g. the corporate Facebook page), the links in the post above.

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