I know I mentioned a week or so ago that several of my children had inherited the Dr Pepper gene. The one that seemed to get it the strongest is my eldest, Erin.Not only is she addicted to Dr Pepper in a big way she is a big fan of anything remotely Dr Pepper-fied, including a small Texas town called Dublin.
Dublin has the oldest Dr Pepper bottling plant in the world but more than that it is the only bottling plant that refused to cave to pressure in the 1970s and begin using corn syrup. It still uses pure cane sugar as the sweetener and because of that Dublin Dr Pepper just tastes… amazing.
While I have been on my Dr Pepper kick lately I have had a few requests to develop a good Dr Pepper glaze for ham. After all, it is only a few weeks until Easter and there aren’t any more traditional flavors, at least around here, than Dr Pepper and ham. Maybe a good banana pudding… Continue reading