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Unread 05-12-2013, 05:50 PM   #16
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This site covers more that you will probably ever need.
The only BBQ book I have is "The Barbecue! Bible" by Steven Raichlen. Lots of types of live fire cooking from all over the world is covered.
There is so much in this book that I find myself turning to it for inspiration. if nothing else it does make for good reading.
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We have 14 shelves of cookbooks (seriously) and I use this one the most:

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That was my first thought too!
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i have many but i have found that i just don't go to them anymore.
and yes, more info here than in those books.
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This site covers more that you will probably ever need.
The only BBQ book I have is "The Barbecue! Bible" by Steven Raichlen. Lots of types of live fire cooking from all over the world is covered.
I guess I should admit that the only reason I have this book is that I got it as a free PDF download. Still, there is a lot of info in it that I've never found in the books I've checked out from the library.
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Gore's answer nailed it. I still use the first 35 pages (before the recipies) of Paul Kirk's Championship Barbecue (got it before I joined the forum) as a quick reference for time & temp to help plan cooks.
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There is so much in this book that I find myself turning to it for inspiration. if nothing else it does make for good reading.
I like this one also. Lots of unique recipes and interesting info from around the world. I've read that Big Bob Gibson's BBQ Book is a good one it's on my want list.
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