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Rum in food recipes

Rum isn't just to be poured in a glass. There are a number of ways rum can enhance your table.


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Old 10-25-2008, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default Tropical Pulled Pork with Rum BBQ Sauce

Tried this dish tonight and it was quite tasty...guests really loved it.

2 lbs boneless pork loin
1 fresh pineapple
1/4 cup cider vinegar
1 cinnamon stick
1/8 nutmeg nut
1 tsp coriander
1 tsp cayene pepper
3 fresh cloves
1/2 cup Foursquare spiced rum
8 oz Wet Jerk Seasoning
Famous Ray's BBQ Sauce

Carve up the pineapple but save the slices of rind (I quarter my pineapple and then "fillet" the flesh off)
Place the pork in a slow cooker, pour 1/8 cup of the vinegar in with the pork, add the coriander, cloves, cayene and 4 oz of the jerk seasoning. Now scrape the fresh cinamon and nutmeg in with the pork. Place the pineapple rinds face down over the prork and cook on low for 6 hrs.

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Mix the BBQ sauce with the Fourssquare and remaining cider vinegar and jerk seasoning in a blender. Add about about 1 cup of fresh pineapple and blend until smooth.

When the poork is ready shread back into the slow cooker and add the BBQ sauce and cook on low for 1 hr.

I served on the pork on toasted onion rolls. Goes real nice with a great rum (I had 11 yr Murray McDavid Trinidad ) with mine....

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Old 10-25-2008, 06:18 PM   #2
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Sounds great Bluewave...Tell me you served coleslaw on the side, and offered peach cobbler for dessert...I'm in heaven.
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Old 10-25-2008, 06:23 PM   #3
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I did actually serve Apple Cole Slaw on the side, but alas did not offer peach cobbler for dessert. The Cole Slaw was the perfect compliment to the pulled pork and RUM
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Great choice Blue...2 out of 3 makes a hit in my opinion. Just think what that rum would taste like with a warm peach cobbler topped with a bit of icecream or whipped cream. YUM.
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Haha, I just had a bbq pulled pork sandwich last night and was thinking about how it would probably go well with rum.
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I'm drooling. Nothing makes me happier that slow roasted smoked pork with rum BBQ sauce, cole slaw, sweet potatoes and a good fruity punch, finished with Key Lime Pie.

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Old 02-28-2009, 09:51 AM   #8
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Love that all the ingredients are fresh! Have company coming tomorrow and am going to give the recipe a try (with the cobbler, of course)!
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A friend in the islands who ran his charter sailboat from St Maarten to Anguilla used to buy marinated pork ribs from the local supermarket. He'd put them in a plastic bag and add a cup or so of Havana Club Anejo rum to the bag before he went to bed. The next day, he had the best grilled pork ribs on the island.
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Sounds great Bluewave...Tell me you served coleslaw on the side, and offered peach cobbler for dessert...I'm in heaven.
On Carriacou, fresh peaches are unheard of, but large cans of sliced peaches were plentiful. Mum from the Golden Eagle Bar would drain some of the syrup from the can, pour in a cup or so of Jack Iron rum and left it marinate overnight before baking a peach cobbler for her lunch special.
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