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I made these today as part of an assortment of appetizers to eat during the Steelers vs. Browns game. I used Jim Beam and spicy ketchup. The guys ate all of them but my husband said they were just OK and he wouldn't particularly care for them again.
I was planning on making these for our office holiday potluck and had never made this specific recipe before so I tried out a half batch the weekend before and my husband and I both noted that it needed more bourbon and that it did make a lot of sauce compared to the amount of smokies. I made a larger (2.5x) batch for work and added in a lot more bourbon almost triple which was needless to say a bit much. Sending the hubby out for more ketchup to mellow the sauce out a bit I finally came to a good ratio and everyone at work loved them. Unfortunately I don't have an exact amount for the bourbon I used but it was at least twice as much. Because of my experimenting I was left with a bunch of sauce that we froze and plan to use later for more smokies and salmon.
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