Friday, November 21, 2008

Philthy Phil's Sweet Sausage & Guinness Flavored Balls

Last week I got a bottle of Philthy Phil's barbecue sauce at Mo's Smokehouse in Pismo Beach. It's a great sauce - mustard, brown sugar and vinegar - that goes perfectly with pork. Of course, Guinness-flavored Bull's Eye is probably the greatest barbecue sauce ever created. (There are very few things in the world I love more than Guinness: barbecue, baseball, garlic, and maybe a couple relatives.)

So I decided to use them both for lunch. I bought some sweet Italian sausage and beef & pork meatballs at the butcher shop. I grilled the sausage for a few minutes on the grill to get the grill marks, then cooked them in beer in a pan. When the beer had evaported I poured in some of the Philthy Phil's sauce and let it coat the sausage.

I cooked the meatballs in an oven for about 40 minutes, adding the Guinness Bull's Eye with about ten minutes left. This lunch was one of the best things I have ever put in my mouth.

2 comments:

ChickenFingersIsBack said...

I... I.... Oh screw it, it's just too easy.

Anonymous said...

What's that saying about having nothing more to add?
This is one of those times...