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Elder Ward's World Class Brisket the Sauce & Beans

Elder Ward
Elder Ward Posts: 5
edited November -1 in Sauces, Rubs, Marinades


• Lots of Love.


Sauce for Elder Wards World Class Brisket. Tanker Tim's Beans with an Elder twist. :)

1 pound bacon cut into thirds.

Larger cast iron skillet,cook bacon until golden brown. Remove and drain bacon, then chop into bite size peices.

2 brown onions chopped fine and 6 cloves garlic smashed.

Brown onions and garlic until transparent in the bacon grease. Remove and drain onions and garlic, discard the grease.

Replace onions and garlic and bacon back into pan then add the following ingrediants. Bring them to a boil. Stir with wooden spoon until well incorperated.

2 Cups ketchup heinz, 2 Cups water, ½ Cup apple cider vinegar, 4 tablespoons raw sugar, 4 tablespoons unsulphured molasses, 4 tablespoons Coleman's English double fine mustard (dry), 1 teaspon cayenne pepper fine gound.

Add the ½ cup of the dry rub for the briskett you reseved. Cook slowly reducing liquid by 1/3 .

Pour and strain half of the sauce into glass containers and use for the sauce.

The other half is for Tanker Tim's Beans, add (2) 31 oz cans of generic pork N beans to the other half of the sauce in the skillet and place inside BGE checking it every 20 minutes until it turns into semi solid. Serve it immediately.

If you got em smoke em,
Carl D.Ward, Jr. AKA Elder Ward


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