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The Perfect Mop Sauce For True Texas Beef Barbecue

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Meathead

In Texas the traditional barbecue sauce recipe is usually more like a tomato soup, thin and spicy, it penetrates the meat.

This Colorful Pickled Eggs Recipe Will Brighten Your Day

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Meathead

Pickled hard boiled eggs have long been a staple at bars and pubs around the world. Originally created as a means of preserving eggs, these sweet and tangy snacks are a perfect addition to any party menu. In addition to vinegar, sugar, and spices in this recipe, our pickled eggs are stained purple with beet juice for wow factor.

The Saintly Swedish Glögg (A Killer Hot Mulled Wine) That You’ll Crave This Winter

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Meathead

Warm yourself in the winter with this delicious recipe for Scandinavian Glögg, a hot mulled wine made from spices, red wine, port, and brandy. Because it is served warm it is especially popular around Christmas. It is the perfect cold-weather drink, warming the body and soul from the inside out.
 

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