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Old 10-02-2012, 08:57 PM   #21
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Actually my sister told me to use root beer... I have used coke before and it always comes out amazing!!!!
What brand of root beer did you use? I'm planning to do this soon too!
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:26 PM   #22
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i'd like to try this one myself, lovex4, after reading your post. only thing is, i really have never cared for the taste of root beer. does the chicken taste like root beer? maybe i should do mine with coke instead, huh?
I don't really care for root beer myself...it actually gives it a bit of a smokey flavor.... Coke is great too, but the root beer was just a different flavor, which I have been wanting because I am tired of the same old things
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:27 PM   #23
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What brand of root beer did you use? I'm planning to do this soon too!
I used a &w root beer...
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:31 PM   #24
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Sounds good! Something about root beer and slow cookers, they really go together. Regular Coke is nice to cook with too.
I have great recipe for beef brisket

2-3-4 lb beef brisket...depending on how many people your feeding...my husband eat for 4 so I tend to cook larger quantities
One can of coke
One package Lipton onion soup mix
One jar chili sauce
Mix together pour over brisket
Cook high 4 hrs....
Low 8 hrs

Amazing!!!!!
Serve with egg noodles mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:34 PM   #25
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I used a &w root beer...
Aw, the good stuff!

Root beer has some great herbs and spices. Some of the regional ones would be very nice too. Hmm. Sarsparilla. I would imagine Dr. Pepper would give a nice flavor to meat/poultry as well. Something my books warn is to not use diet soda.
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Aw, the good stuff!

Root beer has some great herbs and spices. Some of the regional ones would be very nice too. Hmm. Sarsparilla. I would imagine Dr. Pepper would give a nice flavor to meat/poultry as well. Something my books warn is to not use diet soda.
I have braised wings in Dr. Pepper until it made a nice thick sauce. They were really good.
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I have great recipe for beef brisket

2-3-4 lb beef brisket...depending on how many people your feeding...my husband eat for 4 so I tend to cook larger quantities
One can of coke
One package Lipton onion soup mix
One jar chili sauce
Mix together pour over brisket
Cook high 4 hrs....
Low 8 hrs

Amazing!!!!!
Serve with egg noodles mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
That sounds great!

I'll have to dig out my cola pulled pork recipe. It's cooked in the coke, then drained and shredded.
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I have braised wings in Dr. Pepper until it made a nice thick sauce. They were really good.
Have you posted the recipe, PPO? This sounds interesting.
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That sounds great!

I'll have to dig out my cola pulled pork recipe. It's cooked in the coke, then drained and shredded.
Absolutely, please share... Always looking for new recipes :)
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Cola/root beer/dr pepper pulled pork recipes totally work.
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