Sara Moulton's Fourth of July Recipes

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July 4, 2005 — -- "Good Morning America" food editor Sara Moulton kicks off the Fourth of July with unique recipes for pizza cooked on the barbecue grill. She also shares a recipe for a tangy homemade barbecue sauce, and tops it all off with a festive red, white and blue berry tart.

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Tangy Barbecue Sauce

Apparently almost everyone who has ever eaten barbecue has invented his or her own customized barbecue sauce. I know, because I read through dozens and dozens of these recipes before I invented my own. This one is much less sweet than the usual, so feel free to add more sugar or maple syrup. Likewise, add more cayenne if you want more heat. It creates a finger-licking glaze if you brush it onto your chicken, pork chops or ribs when they're almost done grilling.

Makes about 3 cups

Hands-on time: 20 minutes

Total preparation time: 20 minutes

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