Summer is in its last leg and fall is swiftly approaching. It's been exceptionally hot in Atlanta so naturally I have taken advantage of the heat by grilling out whenever I can. For the past year, I had to hand over my grill for keys to my midtown apartment. But since moving to the East Atlanta townhouse… All I can say is that having a grill again is amazeballs.
I've been perfecting a few of my homemade barbecue sauces over the years, but in the past few months I added this rosemary barbecue sauce to the family. I usually use brown sugar as part of the base, but this recipe calls for molasses and honey instead. As a result the sauce is rich and has a deep flavor that I am soops happy with. I love a thick sweet sauce that holds its own against all sorts of meats and dishes.
I used this sauce as a marinade for turkey burgers that I plan to unveil soon, but it easily translates to a glaze for salmon too. I plan to try slathering this sauce on some ribs before summer’s close. I’ll have to round up my beef and pork loving friends as taste-testers for that one. Know anyone who might be interested? ;)