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Old 08-24-2012, 11:50 AM   #31
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Serious bbq can be found at list price but you have to dig for it. I found one at a books amillion near my house, but I found copies on line for the same price plus shipping.
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Old 08-24-2012, 02:31 PM   #32
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I was just at the book store. They had the APL serious BBQ book for $30.
I didn't buy it. I can't see me spending the money on it.
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Old 08-24-2012, 03:25 PM   #33
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smokin with myron is good, i got the Ique book 2 weeks ago and so far i love it also, ive never read big bob gibsons
All good. Ique's is called "Wicked Good BBQ". I also like "legends of Texas BBQ"
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Old 08-24-2012, 04:21 PM   #34
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First, if you did nothing but use the search function on the Brethren, you could improve your game several fold. I swear there is nothing that somebody on here hasn't cooked at least once.

This is always my go to source before I start down the road toward cooking anything I'm not familiar with. The brethren is always there for me, and has never let me down.

But since you asked about books:

I have APL's Charred and Scruffed, and have enjoyed several of the recipes in that. The techniques in this book have moved my grillin game from ok/good to off the hook delicious. Friends, who are total Foodies, still rave about the night I went all out from Charred and Scruffed.

I just picked up APL's Serious Barbecue yesterday at my local B&N for list price. Cooked the pork tenderloin recipe for dinner last night, and it was awesome.

I wish I had picked up Serious Barbecue sooner, but $35 seemed like alot of dough for a cookbook. I was wrong, I can already tell it's gonna be worth every penny. I'm still reading through the whole thing, but I'm enjoying it alot.

I have several others including Wicked Good BBQ(which I do like), but none have affected how I cook like the APL books.
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