The Barbecue America Cookbook
Companion to the PBS series of the same name, The Barbecue America cookbook takes a look at the best barbecue recipes across the America with 100 recipes in all. We love a good culinary journey and you will surely enjoy this one, along with its memorable recipes.
Format: Softcover, 216 pages.
Publisher: The Lyons Press
Author: Rick Browne and Jack Bettridge
Description: The Barbecue America Cookbook has been acclaimed by critics nationwide for its fresh fun, and authentic approach to America's oldest cooking style. People magazine called it "An awesome homage to backyard cuisine," Regis Philbin describes co-author Rick Browne, Ph.B. (Doctor of Barbecue Philosophy), as "one of America's leading barbecue experts, and Time magazine offered: "Here's all the culture, the competitions, the characters, plus more the 100 of the dangdest barbecue recipes ever."
The Barbecue America Cookbook and its twin, the PBS 13-part series Barbecue America, celebrate the diversity of the nation various regional barbecue styles, take readers and viewers to barbecue Meccas around the country, and, more important, teach people how to "cook up great Que" at home.
The Barbecue America Cookbook is an American gastronomic travelogue, mouthwatering in appeal, and both informative and innovative in its sharing of regional barbecue recipes and techniques with backyard barbecuers from coast to coast, celebrating the diversity of the nation's various regional barbecue styles.
The Barbecue America Cookbook happily shares all the pageantry and homespun humor of the contests and places that make up the varied (and flavorful) world of smoking and grilling food and includes more than 100 recipes for the best barbecue that ever slipped between your lips.
In many parts of the country, barbecue isn't just a way of cooking — it's a way of life. We present to you here our journey viewers into its heartland.
Condition: Good condition.