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Cookbook for Ceramics Cookers

ChrisChris Posts: 148
edited 11:13AM in EggHead Forum
Just wondering... is there a good cookbook out there published for ceramic cookers? I have to agree that the cookbook that came with our BGE isn't much (or perhaps any) good.[p]The recipes posted here sound wonderful, but was wondering if such a book might exist.[p]Chris in Pearland, TX (all bogged down searching for the best natural lump charcoal... seems to be a job all in itself <g>)


  • Chris,
    Start with the Wise One's cookbook on the Naked Whz's Web. I have tried to give you the link

  • ChrisChris Posts: 148
    Flyfish,[p]Truly a wonderful cookbook... thanks for the link. I bookmarked it and will print it out.[p]What I was wondering though if one exists sold in a bookstore. Did a search and apparently not.[p]I probably have cookbooks on the brain because I'm on a foodie mailing list and we recently self-published a cookbook from recipes posted on that list over the past ten years.[p]Chris in Pearland, TX

  • RRPRRP Posts: 21,919
    worth a try I suppose, but WiseOne who assembled/edited that whole thing for BGE told me Ed Fisher had 500 of them printed. Perhaps if you call Hotlanta Monday maybe they still have a copy or two.

    L, M, S, &  Mini
    And oh yes...also a 17" BlackStone gas fired griddle! 
    Dunlap, IL
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  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,971
    <all bogged down searching for the best natural lump charcoal> [p]Not a big deal or a hard kob it's all been researched and done for you. While you are on The Naked Whiz site check out his charcoal comparisons. The two top ones, Wicked Good and Ozark Oak are truly the best. Use both of them and let me say, that lump makes the end product just that much better.

    [ul][li]Wicked Good Charcoal[/ul]
  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    RRP, the one printed for EGGtoberfest is close to but not exactly like the PDF copy. However, I've got some ideas for other cookbooks in the works. Stay tuned.
  • ChrisChris Posts: 148
    Wise One,[p]Yea!!!! I will stay tuned.[p]

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