This sauce has the perfect balance, thanks Sunny A. It's my favorite for drumsticks. I buy the big bulk packages of drumsticks and whip up this sauce. Marinating and basting options follow. I just baste as it cooks and it's delicious. Recipe is for 3 lbs. chicken wings. I use 12 big drumsticks and have no sauce left over. -- posted by jrusk
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Almost every ethnicity includes a rice-and-beans dish as part of its cooking tradition. In Jamaica and throughout much of the Caribbean, the favored dish is known as "rice and peas," and is remarkable for its use of savory spices and coconut milk. -- posted by Tony Spataro
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Found this in The Seattle Times (they apparently got it from The Miami Herald, LOL) - the article lauded the health benefits of coconut oil in spite of its rather high saturated fat level & then suggested either canola (blech!) or coconut oil for the dish. Me? I use coconut or peanut oil for high temps or more neutral flavors & olive oil otherwise. I was drawn to the cabbage in the recipe as we are in the process of harvesting our cabbage patch. Can't use all of it for sauerkraut & cabbage rolls, ya know? -- posted by Buster's friend
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