Captain Robert’s Infamous Pyrates Blood Sauce

A day late for 4th of July barbecues, I’m afraid, but I wanted to share this wonderful recipe from the good Captain Robert, lead singer of Abney Park for “the meat of something that died.” Win!

Captain Robert’s Infamous Pyrates Blood Sauce
1 cup stolen red wine (dry),
1 shot of rum (cook drinks)
4 tbs Red Wine Vinegar,
1/2 cup molasses,
1 cup ketchup,
2 tbs Dijon Mustard,
1 ts Chili Powder,
2 tbs Worchestershire Sauce,
1 ts Celery Seeds,
1 ts Kosher Salt,
1/2 ts Curry Powder,
1 ts Ground Cumin,
1 tbs Cayenne Pepper
optional:
1 tbs cooks own blood,
1 diced habanero

“Simmer till thick, spread on the meat of something that died, that you then cook over an open flame. Eat, receive praise.”

I can’t wait to try this out! It sounds delicious! Thanks Captain Robert!

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  1. […] dish, feel free to take another page from the Captain’s cookbook and brew up some of your own Infamous Pyrate’s Blood sauce. Share this:Like this:LikeBe the first to like this post. This entry was posted in Cuisine […]

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