My experiences in, and becoming aware of my need to be prepared, & preparing things my family depends on in the event of an emergency or disaster. There are plenty of how-to sites to do a lot of stuff. This is not one of those. This is a how-we-do-it site. My goal is to lessen my dependence on immediate supply and demand industry. Id like to be able to share this with you and give you ideas of what works for someone else. Enjoy!
I believe I got this recipe from recipe from a Taste of Home magazine, or somewhere on Recipezaar (now food.com). Its a nice mild BBQ sauce that works well to baste over chicken, beef or pork, or for eating with a steak. Also works good in a crock pot to simmer ribs in. Try adding some variation by using cracked pepper, extra chili powder, or for a real spicy kick, crushed red pepper flakes. Going Hawaiian? Add some pineapple juice in place of the water.
2 c. ketchup (or one recipe ketchup sauce)
1/2 c. water
3 cloves garlic minced
2t. Worcestershire sauce
2t. (or to taste) chili powder
3/4-1 c.sugar or honey
2t. prepared (yellow) mustard
Bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer 5 min. Makes a little more than 1 pt. (2 cups).