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Old 02-15-2010, 11:37 AM   #7
Dave Russell
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Join Date: 01-06-10
Location: Lebanon, Tennessee

I don't know how many of these below are still available, and I'm not recommending them, just adding as they're on my shelf. (You've listed my favorites already.)

Barbecue books can be interesting, and I have quite a collection. However, IMHO, few of them have what I'd expect from a good book on the subject: tested and accurately proofed recipes AND methods/techniques with DETAILS accounting for differences in popular cooker types. Also, some of the MOST popular and interesting books actually have the MOST recipe mistakes and incomplete method discriptions. They're just more interesting because of the personalities quoted, etc. I seriously doubt that very many real secrets are ever devulged, however, so buyer beware. Anyway, here's a few more:

Browne R. - The Barbecue America Cookbook
Davis A. - The Great BBQ Sauce Book
Purviance J. - Weber's Charcoal Grilling
Griffith D. - Celebrating Barbecue
Thompson F. - Barbecue Nation

UDS, wsm, wots, char-griller
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