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Unread 02-10-2011, 07:59 AM   #1
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Hey all, just picked up BBQ 25. I plan on cooking my way through the book, every recipe, over the next little while. Don't care how long it takes me, just want to try it all. Anybody have a favorite cook from the book? Letting my wife pic first this weekend. My main goal is to expand my Que knowledge by trying a bunch of stuff I have not cooked yet. Plenty of pron to come.
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If it is as good as his book "Serious Barbecue", I will have to have it. Adam Perry Lang is a great cook in my opinion and I loved using some of his recipes.
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I don't have APL's new book, but I do have APL's Serious Barbeque that's pretty good. But the best book I have is Paul Kirk's Championship Barbecue.
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Hey all, just picked up BBQ 25. I plan on cooking my way through the book, every recipe, over the next little while. Don't care how long it takes me, just want to try it all. Anybody have a favorite cook from the book? Letting my wife pic first this weekend. My main goal is to expand my Que knowledge by trying a bunch of stuff I have not cooked yet. Plenty of pron to come.
I don't have it near me so I don't remember the name but the chicken recipe is awesome.



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I don't have APL's new book, but I do have APL's Serious Barbeque that's pretty good. But the best book I have is Paul Kirk's Championship Barbecue.
I have Championship Barbecue too, but I like Serious Barbecue better. Just my opinion.
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It's the Spatchcock Chicken recipe. I got the book and loved the recipe so I got permission to put it on my blog. Here it is if anyone else wants to try it.

Adam Perry Lang's Spatchcock Chicken
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The Beef Back Ribs recipe is killer...so is the Boneless Leg of Lamb (award winning as well I might add).
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It's the Spatchcock Chicken recipe. I got the book and loved the recipe so I got permission to put it on my blog. Here it is if anyone else wants to try it.

Adam Perry Lang's Spatchcock Chicken
Thanks for the recipe Larry. I will definitely try that one out. It looks great!!
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The Beef Back Ribs recipe is killer...so is the Boneless Leg of Lamb (award winning as well I might add).
Gotta second the beef rib recipe, fabulous! It's the only one I've done from that book but I don't think you will go wrong with any of the choices.
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I cooked his competition Chicken thighs. It sounded amazing. But he recommends 2 hours of smoke, and they came out really dry. It was a fun process, and I'm sure I gained a lot of knowledge, but very disappointing result. Could be operator error too, I've got a lot to learn. The one thing I love about his books, beside the great pics and tips, is his passion for bbq.
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I have to also recommend the beef back ribs. That is my favorite way to make them now. The Apple and Sage grilled pork chops were also a big hit for us. (http://www.nibblemethis.com/2010/10/...ork-chops.html)
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So, start a blog, put pictures and how each one went. A lady did that for Julia Child's book and they made a movie about it, maybe you can get to Adam with it.

Interesting idea. Good luck.
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So, start a blog, put pictures and how each one went. A lady did that for Julia Child's book and they made a movie about it, maybe you can get to Adam with it.

Interesting idea. Good luck.
for sure do the blog. I use wordpress.org as my manager and i have my own server. to keep it simple, you can use blogger
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