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Unread 12-26-2012, 11:11 AM   #50
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Originally Posted by drbbq View Post
LOL! I'm always amazed that this book is still so revered when we all know the recipes don't actually work as written. That's kind of a big problem for me :)

+1 I started myself with this book before there was this internet thingy, and the times and temps are WAY off. I ruined more meat as a result. Plus, they leave you with the idea that 220 is good, but 210 is better, and 200 or lower is THE way to go. C'mon Man!!!! Give me a ****ing break! It's been many years now, but I didnt bother selling the book, I literally threw it away. As Doc said above, LOTS of other good books out there now.

As I recall, I purchased 3 or 4 books originally. The only one thrown away was the one I used to start with; Smoke and Spice. Paul Kirks has lots of great starter recipes. I would highly suggest starting as simple and with as few ingredients as possible and working up to more complex flavors...
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