preventionrd.com had not let me down until this one. The brie was good and the mango barbeque sauce was good; however, the meat seemed a bit bland to me. Perhaps it ws my substitution of Coke for the Dr. Pepper. We aren't big soda drinkers around here, and I somehow had a can of coke in the pantry. I'm willing to admit that may have been the reason for the lack of flavor, but I don't know that I will try this one again! I do think that with some tweaks and adding a little something for more flavor this could be really good...and I think I'll make the mango barbecue sauce again...but it just didn't do it for me the other night:(
This one kept giving since I ended up with leftovers that no one ate. That's unusual since we're pretty good at eating the food that we buy; however, it just wasn't that good. I put the leftovers (about 1 1/2 c or so) down the garbage disposal. Umm...bad idea. Garbage disposals are not really to be used for disposing garbage, I guess. I ended up with a clog (Paul was out of the country), so I washed dishes in the washtub in the basement until he came home and got it down the pipes. I tried re-setting the garbage disposal, removing the J pipe, and snaking the drain. I even called a friend and asked for help. Still...the great clog of 2012. Paul installed a cleanout (where there should have been one anyway) and quickly got rid of the clog.
So, this was not may favorite recipe, and I probably won't repeat it. I love the source blog, so we'll try another one from there soon.