[UPDATE: Winner of America's Best BBQ is Noah Lamson - Congratulations Noah!]
In Honor of Juneteenth the Other Independence Day celebration and in hopes the rain will end soon and we'll be grilling again...I'm giving away a great book.
Three days only.
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America’s Best BBQ - 100 Recipes from America’s Best Smokehouses, Pits, Shacks, Rib Joints, Roadhouses, and Restaurants (Andrews McMeel Publishing)
This book by Pitmaster Paul Kirk (7 time world barbecue champion) and Ardie Davis barbecue historian is packed with recipes, links to website, stories of pitmasters and ‘cue experts across the country. In a true homage to the food that brings us together around a pit, a grill or a smoker this lovingly conveys unique cuisine and history like Jim Crow: Black, White and BBQ which revisits segregation and other bits of our heritage woven througout.
Want to start a BBQ business or just fire up the backyard grill? There’s tips for that, too,
If my visit to Dinosaur BBQ (See Eating Our Way Across America - The Final Push) got your mouth watering, then this will satisfy your hunger for the ‘cue. Burgoo to Bison (why not try Wild Idea Buffalo, my favorite!), smoked garlic to 'coon. It really is all here - along with favorites and old standbys. Memphis ribs? Pulled Pork? Smoked Brisket. What are Paul and Ardie’s Top Ten? There's even a State-by-State guide. And a wetnap for good measure!
Don't forget to tell me your thoughts on my Pig Book pitch: A Pig Walks into an Elevator.