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Extreme Barbecue: Smokin' Rigs and Real Good Recipes

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Through in-depth profiles, outrageous photographs, and nearly 100 personal recipes, this unique cookbook exalts in unprecedented cooking techniques and junkyard serendipity, from the Zen-like simplicity of a tin can on two heated flat stones to the awesome two-story mobile smoker. 91 color photos.

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"Part travelogue and part cookbook, Huntley and Lednicer's profiles of American barbecue aficionados deserves a spot on the shelf next to any avid outdoor cooker's library of favorites. The authors, members of the Kansas City Barbecue Society, are well-versed in regional styles and methods, giving equal space to all approaches. Offering close to a hundred recipes for everything from a Trashcan Oyster Roast and a surprisingly frog-free Frogmore Stew (essentially a low country boil) to traditional Brisket and Baked Beans, the dishes are varied and many can accommodate groups of twenty or more. But the real find here is the people doing the cooking: Huntly and Lednicer sought out barbecue fans around the country who employ everything from cardboard boxes to converted commercial pizza deck ovens in their quest for the best barbecue. Their stories (including one in which an entire pig catches fire) entertain and educate, though those looking for specific instructions on recreating these homegrown contraptions will find crucial details lacking. Still, it's rare to find a new take on this well-worn topic, and the authors do an admirable job bringing together colorful characters, inventive techniques and lip-smacking food, making this great for reading while you wait for the ribs to get done." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)

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Twenty whole chickens bathed in garlic on a rig that resembles a cast-iron satellite dish . . . this is Extreme Barbecue, a tribute to the derring-do behind the craziest grilling contraptions in the country. Through in-depth profiles, outrageous photographs, and nearly 100 personal recipes, this unique cookbook exalts in unprecedented cooking techniques and junkyard serendipityfrom the Zen-like simplicity of a tin can on two heated fl at stones to the awesome two-story mobile smoker complete with winding staircase. Whether it's a front-end loader serving as a grilling rig in Kansas City or a 4,500-pound mobile bread baker in Portland, Oregon, this is BBQ like you've never seenor tastedbefore.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780811853187
Author:
Lisa Grace Lednicer and Dan Huntley
Publisher:
Chronicle Books (CA)
Photographer:
Bailey, Layne
Manufactured:
Chronicle Books
Author:
Huntley, Dan
Author:
Lednicer, Lisa Grace
Author:
Chronicle Books
Author:
Chronicle Books
Subject:
General
Subject:
Barbecue cookery
Subject:
Methods - Barbecue & Grilling
Subject:
Methods - Outdoor
Subject:
Cooking and Food-Barbecue Grill Cookouts
Copyright:
Publication Date:
20070631
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
299
Dimensions:
7.74x5.92x1.17 in. 1.45 lbs.

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Part travelogue and part cookbook, Huntley and Lednicer's profiles of American barbecue aficionados deserves a spot on the shelf next to any avid outdoor cooker's library of favorites. The authors, members of the Kansas City Barbecue Society, are well-versed in regional styles and methods, giving equal space to all approaches. Offering close to a hundred recipes for everything from a Trashcan Oyster Roast and a surprisingly frog-free Frogmore Stew (essentially a low country boil) to traditional Brisket and Baked Beans, the dishes are varied and many can accommodate groups of twenty or more. But the real find here is the people doing the cooking: Huntly and Lednicer sought out barbecue fans around the country who employ everything from cardboard boxes to converted commercial pizza deck ovens in their quest for the best barbecue. Their stories (including one in which an entire pig catches fire) entertain and educate, though those looking for specific instructions on recreating these homegrown contraptions will find crucial details lacking. Still, it's rare to find a new take on this well-worn topic, and the authors do an admirable job bringing together colorful characters, inventive techniques and lip-smacking food, making this great for reading while you wait for the ribs to get done." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) (Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc.)
"Synopsis" by , Twenty whole chickens bathed in garlic on a rig that resembles a cast-iron satellite dish . . . this is Extreme Barbecue, a tribute to the derring-do behind the craziest grilling contraptions in the country. Through in-depth profiles, outrageous photographs, and nearly 100 personal recipes, this unique cookbook exalts in unprecedented cooking techniques and junkyard serendipityfrom the Zen-like simplicity of a tin can on two heated fl at stones to the awesome two-story mobile smoker complete with winding staircase. Whether it's a front-end loader serving as a grilling rig in Kansas City or a 4,500-pound mobile bread baker in Portland, Oregon, this is BBQ like you've never seenor tastedbefore.
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