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Wicked Good Barbeque Cookbook

ChanningJohnsonChanningJohnson Posts: 40
edited August 2012 in EggHead Forum
My wife got me this for my birthday and I've really been enjoying both the story (How a bunch of yankees started at the bottom and rose to the top of some of the biggest bbq competitions) and the recipes. There's a mix of everything, but if you like to go over the top and follow dozens of steps and buy hard-to-find ingredients then you'll enjoy the challenges in this book. Definitely not a week night cookbook.


  • EllisEllis Posts: 195
    I'm with you on that Johnson, mine came about 2 wks ago, read through most of it but have not tried anything yet. Seems like alot of work.

  • JEC23JEC23 Posts: 131
    A guy I know on a UK forum has been using this and the results definetly match the effort, it's on my list of books to get
  • AviatorAviator Posts: 1,713
    just got the kindle version. So I can read it on the go and have it available everywhere.


    Large and Small BGE, Blackstone 36 and a baby black Kub.

    Chattanooga, TN.


  • gte1gte1 Posts: 376

    I downloaded the sample on the Ipad but haven't had time to read it yet.  Not sure if there are any recipies on the sample.  Is there a lot of basting, injecting etc with really high sugar sauces?

    I bought Myron Mixon's book and everything contains so much sugar, I haven't really tried anything from it.


  • My parents came into town last night and I did the Korean BBQ Sandwiches. Everybody remarked on the complexity of the flavors and how delicious it was. But it required visits to two asian markets, a 24-hour marinade, making my own bbq sauce and transitioning multiple times between indirect and direct cooking. And I picked this recipe because it was more simple than many of the others : )

    The Korean BBQ did use a lot of sugar in the sauces. I'm not sure about the other recpies. 
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