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Anyone need a pheasant glaze for tomorrow?
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Anyone need a pheasant glaze for tomorrow?
I know it's late, but if anyone is in a jam for a pheasant sauce for tomorrow, PM or e-mail me (<!-- e --><a href="mailto:john@patiodaddiobbq.com">john@patiodaddiobbq.com</a><!-- e -->) and I'll give you a recipe that I am developing as we speak for an upcoming blog post. I think it would be great on pheasant. The post will go up tomorrow.

John

P.S. To keep things above board, I will only give it to the first person to respond.
03-13-2009 10:07 PM
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Re: Anyone need a pheasant glaze for tomorrow?
FYI - Here is the aforementioned glaze.

[Image: PomChileLimeSauce1_3_250.jpg]

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03-14-2009 10:31 PM
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Re: Anyone need a pheasant glaze for tomorrow?
John, great job on the glaze. Could you marinade with the sauce prior to the reduction?

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03-15-2009 12:21 AM
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Thanks. I suppose you could marinate with it, but it's really just juice and sugar at that point. Also, the intense red color of the pomegranate juice would dye lighter fleshed meats.

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03-15-2009 12:24 AM
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