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Mastering Barbecue: Tons of Recipes, Hot Tips, Neat Techniques, and Indispensable Know How Paperback – April 1, 2005
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*The collected wisdom and shared secrets of down-in-the-trenches pit masters.
*Featuring tips and advice for choosing utensils, equipment, and fuels; a glossary of terms; a shopping guide; and precise per-pound temperature and smoke-time charts.
*Includes more than100 recipes for rubs, sauces, mops, and marinades; all the classics for beef, pork, ribs, poultry, seafood, and vegetables; plus a fascinating history of regional cooking styles.
Top Customer Reviews
Mastering Barbecue isn't lavishly illustrated with color photographs on slick, glossy paper. This is strictly a no-frills book that goes for punch over pizzazz and succeeds on all counts. The strength of this book lies with its vast selection of recipes for rubs, marinades and sauces. All told there are over 160 recipes for these staples of Barbecue cooking. This is particularly noteworthy as far as the rubs which is the first step in preparing any meat for great barbecue. Most cookbooks may provide just a handful of rub recipes but Mastering Barbecue gives you over 60 culled from a variety of different regions both domestic an abroad. For example you'll find the Simple South Texas Rub, a Phoenix Rub, Kansas City Rub and a Latin American Rub.
Marinades are another item that usually get short-changed in a lot of cookbooks but this book has over 50 great marinades and mop sauces, all designed to add great flavor to your food. Like it hot? Then try the Habanero Hot Sauce marinade. There's also the North Carolina Vinegar mop and the Spicy Beer Marinade.Read more ›
The book covers everything from tools, tips, cooking times and plenty of information for you increase your knowledge in this cooking art.
Book covers alot of grilling info, not all about smoking, but still a good book.
Sure sometimes a picture is good to show you how a fancy dish is to be presented, but hey we all know how to present a slab of ribs - right!
Great list of rubs, sauces and short explanations. The only BBQ book you'll ever need. Wish I would have bought this one first. It will be the last bbq recipe book I'll ever need.
There are enough recipes to keep me busy for a long time.
But it goes way beyond recipes to discuss different types of outdoor cooking, types of cookers,.
If you want to take your cooking to the next level, this is the book for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have several recipes that me and my family have made for many many years and this book has helped us make them so much better. This is a must book to have TWO THUMBS UPPublished on February 6, 2014 by LEE DYE
Bought the book and the wife read it. It appears to have a lot of good information and recipies. ?(spelling)?Published on June 23, 2012 by Ronald D. Little
Book arrived ahead of schedule in great condition and contained the info that I needed.Published on August 6, 2009 by Richard H. Seymour
Not well organized, to detailed for the average backyard barbequer. Needs more recipes and less blather.
Not for me!
This book has a ton of recipes, not too many for smokers, mostly for grills.Published on April 6, 2009 by N.R.
bought as a B-day gift, they loved had great recipes not to hard to use and readPublished on February 9, 2009 by Amazon Customer