pork chops coarse ground black pepper garlic powder coarse ground sea salt cayenne powder olive oil Dr Pepper BBQ Sauce Mix seasonings in a small bowl. Next pour about 2-3 TBS olive oil into a bowl. Get a large piece of plastic wrap or foil. You need enough to completely wrap up the chops. Lay … Continue reading Grilled Pork Chops with Dr Pepper BBQ Sauce
Dr Pepper Cake with Cherry Dr Pepper Frosting
My recipe is based on a recipe I found on Pinterest, The recipe sounded great however I couldn't use the recipe due to allergies. So I adapted the basic cake recipe from Cooking Light. DR PEPPER CAKE 3 1/2 cups sifted cake flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 … Continue reading Dr Pepper Cake with Cherry Dr Pepper Frosting
Boycott Dr Pepper — Update
I left a comment on Dr Pepper/Snapple's website about the way Dublin Bottle Works (Formerly Dublin Dr Pepper) was treated. I received the following response: January 16, 2012 Dear Mrs. XXX: Thank you for contacting us about Dr Pepper Bottling Co. of Dublin, Texas. We wanted to let you know that we have settled our … Continue reading Boycott Dr Pepper — Update
Boycott Dr Pepper
Due to the recent actions of the Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) I believe that it is necessary to boycott their products. DPS has been in a feud with Dublin Dr Pepper Bottlers (now Dublin Bottling Works). In a nut shell it is a case of the big guy taking on/out a small family run … Continue reading Boycott Dr Pepper
Day 8: Bad Habit
My favorite bad habit.
Oh Good Grief!
The Dr Pepper/Snapple Group is suing Dublin Dr Pepper for violating the terms of it license agreement. The Dr Pepper group claims that is it unfair for Dublin Dr Pepper to distribute their product outside its 6 county assigned area (due to internet sells) or use different packaging than other Dr Pepper bottlers. Further Dr … Continue reading Oh Good Grief!
Flashback: Top 10: Ways to Know You Are in Texas
Originally posted 29 January 2009 #10: The weather forecaster is describing the day as breezy and the wind speeds are over 50 mph. It isn’t windy yet because the trees aren’t touching the ground. #9: Complete strangers wave at you. This is especially true in small towns. #8: When driving in west Texas that strange … Continue reading Flashback: Top 10: Ways to Know You Are in Texas