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Smoke in the Mountains Cookbook: The Art of Appalachian Barbecue Plastic Comb – July, 2004

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When I tasted Kent's barbecue, I realized I had found barbecue heaven. -- Alan Madison, TV producer, Food Network

Highly recommended.

"I must tell you, reading the cookbook made me so hungry I could hardly stand it. If you love to cook barbecue, eat barbecue, or just enjoy reading a fun cookbook, this one is for you." --Marilyn Meredith - American Authors Association

About the Author

Kent "The Deck Chef" Whitaker
Kent Whitaker has taken his down-home, Southern-style cooking to an art-form. "I like to do a bit more than burgers and dogs on the grill."
 
He is the author of six cookbooks, 4 in the Hometown cookbook series - Tennessee, Georgia, Texas and Lousianna Hometown Cookbooks (Great American Publishers), 2 additional cookbooks - Smoke in the Mountains and Checkered Flag Cooking (Quail Ridge Press), and has written and illustrated two children's books, Why are the Mountains Smoky? (Overmountain Press, 2004) and Big Mo's Tennis Ball Hunt (Great American Publishers, 2006).
 
Kent has appeared on the Food Network and other network television stations. He frequently hosts cooking classes at the Chattanooga Market and throughout the South. He writes a cooking column for the Catoosa County News and the Chattanoogan, and writes monthly articles for both The National Barbecue News and Racing Milestones Magazine.
 
Kent also hosts a weekly radio cooking show heard on over 30 radio stations across the country. A dog-lover and advocate for local animal shelters and rescue organizations, Kent and his grilling buddy, Moses, are spokesperson and spokesdog for ALPO®. Kent and Moses travel the country presenting grilling and cooking demos promoting the idea of including your cannine family members in on the backyard grilling fun. Kent gives human grilling and cooking tips while Moses enjoys ALPO® Chop House Originals Ribeye-Flavored dog food.
 
Kent and his wife Ally live in East Tennessee with one son, Macee, a Golden Retriever named Moses and a Shitzu named Lucy.
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Product Details

  • Plastic Comb: 287 pages
  • Publisher: Quail Ridge Press (July 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1893062619
  • ISBN-13: 978-1893062610
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6.4 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,379,612 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Kent "The Deck Chef" Whitaker
www.thedeckchef.com

Kent Whitaker has taken his down-home, Southern-style cooking to an art-form. "I like to do a bit more than burgers and dogs on the grill."

He is the author and co-author of eight cookbooks, three history books, and two books for children which he wrote and illustrated. His co-authored books with Shelia Simmons include the Tennessee Hometown Cookbook, the Texas Hometown Cookbook, the Georgia Hometown Cookbook, the Mississippi Hometown Cookbook, the Louisiana Hometown Cookbook, and the South Carolina Hometown Cookbook(Great American Publishers.) His love of barbecue, grilling and tailgating are showcased in Smoke in the Mountains - the Art of Appalachian Barbecue and Checkered Flag Cooking - Tailgating Stock Car Racing (Quail Ridge Press.)

Kent has also written three history books, one of which is a culinary history of WWII. These books include Bullets and Bread (History Publishing Co.) The USS Alabama, and Talladega Superspeedway (Arcadia Publishing.) He has also written and illustrated two children's books, Why are the Mountains Smoky? (Overmountain Press) and Big Mo's Tennis Ball Hunt (Great American Publishers)

Kent has appeared on the Food Network and other network television stations, has hosted cooking classes at the Chattanooga Market and throughout the South. He writes a cooking column for the Chattanoogan and writes monthly articles for The National Barbecue News. He also hosts a short format radio show heard on over 60 stations across the country.

A dog-lover and advocate for local animal shelters and rescue organizations, Kent and his grilling buddy, Moses, are spokesperson and spokesdog for ALPO®. Kent and Moses travel the country presenting grilling and cooking demos promoting the idea of including your canine family members in on the backyard grilling fun. Kent gives human grilling and cooking tips while Moses enjoys ALPO® Chop House Originals Ribeye-Flavored dog food.

Kent and his wife Ally live in East Tennessee with one son, Macee, a Golden Retriever named Moses and a Shitzu named Lucy.

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We retired to Western North Carolina from Metropolitan New York and whenever I wonder how to make dishes we've enjoyed here but never had anywhere else. I check this cookbook and haven't been disappointed. The latest find was "Easy Salad Oil Slaw", which I hunted out after having a cabbage salad that tasted kind of like sauerkraut, but wasn't sauerkraut, at The Drake House Restaurant in Landrum, which we "settled on" one Sunday when we discovered most other restaurants in the Landrum/Tryon area were closed. Turned out the food was FABULOUS and was totally homemade. If you're in the area, try it!
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I have read this book 3 times in the past Month that I have had it.
It is very interesting to learn of other techniques of Smoking meat.
It's a very fine art of smoking meat and this book shares with you tips and somewhat secrets
of Smoking and grilling.
Worth every dime of the price.
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This is a decent cookbook for smoking but the print is so small that it's hard to read and you can't pinch to enlarge. Just real aggravating. I put it down after trying to get the print larger. It has some good ideas but it gives me a headache!
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I loved this book and have visited some of the places that was in this book. I especially loved the recipe for peanut butter pie on page 257.I visited this place on different occasions while in Mentone, Alabama and enjoyed the atmosphere and food and good southern hospitality, so this book brought back good memories and has some good recipes and I enjoyed the neat things that was written about the people and places.
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Great book!
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