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  • [...] Pulled BBQ Chicken  [...]

    March 11, 2013
  • [...] sleep, but I do have something delicious to offer you: crockpot applesauce.  Yes, I make lots of crockpot recipes on this site, and usually they are of the savory nature.  But I actually do make quite a few sweet [...]

    January 25, 2012
  • [...] chipotle bbq sauce.  After I realized how easy it is to make my own barbecue sauce (a different raspberry chipotle bbq sauce )  last year: I just couldn’t stop.  I followed it up with a cranberry bbq sauce recipe.  [...]

    December 19, 2011
  • Louise Ducote

    Ha – any recipe that contains the words “discard the vegetables” is likley to go over well with my hubby.

    November 09, 2011
  • [...] to a better topic – homemade barbecue sauce. I made my very first barbecue sauce this past summer and couldn’t believe how easy it was.  [...]

    November 15, 2010
  • [...] when I talked about those ‘safe words?’  This time it has nothing to do with sex tapes.  Sit down with your partner and develop a [...]

    July 19, 2010
  • The whole point of “pulled” meats is for smokiness from piquant wood. Beyond using liquid smoke, this dish would impart none of the BBQ-ness, except from “chipotle” peppers. Then again, “adobo sauce” is essentially liquid smoke, isn’t it?

    July 07, 2010
    • TC – touche…you’ve got me there on the “pulled” part. But then “pull” kinda has a double meaning in this post ;)

      July 08, 2010
  • You would have loved being a fly on the wall as I read our name on this post. It TOTALLY took me by surprise and was pretty funny! Daddy Shumpes and I can’t WAIT to try this chicken recipe! It sounds absolutely WONDERFUL! And YES YOU DO have fans in Texas! We look forward to each of your posts, so keep up the good work! :)

    July 06, 2010
    • Andrea – I don’t think this one is quite as sweet as Jiffy, but it’s close with the applesauce.

      July 06, 2010
    • Liz – Thanks for the compliments! I promised I would do a recipe for Daddy Shumpes… :) Can’t wait til you try this one. No pesky coleslaw to fill you up first either.

      Marla – Can’t believe you don’t pull out the crockpot, especially with the kids. Get on it sister ;)

      Anna – Thanks…I just needed something a little different in my bbq sauce.

      Alexis – CONGRATULATIONS!!!!! That’s fantastic. That is going to be one spoiled little one. ;)

      July 06, 2010
  • Great story about your fan! Chipotle raspberry BBQ sauce is a great idea. I never pull out the crock pot, but you have inspired me to do so. xxoo

    July 05, 2010
  • I often add apricot jam to my sparerib sauce, and raspberry is new to me, woow! Happy BBQ summer!!

    July 05, 2010
  • Lovely way to serve chicken. And loved the Chipotle Raspberry Barbecue Sauce. Yummmm.

    July 04, 2010
  • Your Garden

    My Man's Belly…

    I found your entry interesting do I’ve added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)…

    July 02, 2010
  • I liked that you made your own sauce instead of buying the pre-made chipotle raspberry. Thanks for the easy recipe. Happy Fourth!

    July 02, 2010
  • YAY!!! Thanks for the recipe! Mom was so excited you linked to her blog! ;) Daddy Weigand will definitely being giving this a try! You heard me right…DADDY Weigand! I’m 7 weeks along! We started trying around our one year anniversary, which is Memorial Day weekend, and got it on the first try!! Still loving your blog! Thanks again for the post!

    July 02, 2010
  • I love any kind of pulled, bbq-ed meat, and we cook ours in the crockpot a lot too :) So easy!

    July 02, 2010
  • this post was hilarious with ‘5 reasons not to make a sex tape’ hahaha! :D

    And the pulled bbq chicken, WOW! I will definitely be trying this since I can just make it in my crock pot! Thanks for sharing and looking forward to reading more of your posts.

    July 02, 2010
  • Yum, this looks delicious. Thanks for a great crock pot recipe! I love using my slow cooker.

    July 02, 2010
  • [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by pammy b. pammy b said: Pulled and Saucy Without a Grill and BBQ http://goo.gl/fb/gSlTh #chicken #easyrecipe #glutenfree #healthyeating [...]

    July 02, 2010
  • Pulled pork! Delicious! OK, your #3 made me laugh.

    July 02, 2010

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