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Book reviews

Five for Friday: Five Reasons to Buy “Grill to Perfection”

Today’s Five for Friday is a mini book review that should be on the shelves of grilling and outdoor cooking enthusiasts everywhere.  I’ll outline five reasons why you should go out and purchase Grill to Perfection, and I’ll tell you how you can win your own copy! Continue reading

Book Review: The Book on Competition Barbeque

In the days leading up to the 2011 Jack Daniels World Championship Invitational Barbecue, I did a series of articles highlighting teams that competed there.  One of the teams that I had the pleasure of highlighting was Hot Grill on Grill Action (click here for the review).  Today I’m here to talk about their eBook: “The Book on Competition Barbeque”.

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Review: Barbecue Lovers Guide to Austin

I have never been to Austin, TX.  So when I was asked to review Barbecue Lovers Guide to Austin, I viewed this as a unique challenge.  I’ve heard of many legendary joints in that area, so it would be interested to see how this book would go about presenting each of the destinations.  Want to know more?  Read on…

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Book Review: Soaked, Slathered, and Seasoned

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For my birthday last year, my wife bought me a couple of BBQ and cooking-related books.  Up until recently, I did not take the time to really look into them.  Then a few weeks ago, I picked up one of them and really started to check it out.  That book is “Soaked, Slathered, and Seasoned” by Elizabeth Karmel.

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Book Review: Peace Love and Barbecue

My wife keeps telling me that I need to read some new books, so I decided to take her up on it.  However I needed to find a book on a subject that I enjoyed.  Naturally, BBQ was the first thing that came to mind.  With that being said, the first book that came to mind was “Peace Love and Barbecue” by Mike Mills and Amy Mills Tunnicliffe.  This book has been on my radar for quite some time, and I was thrilled that my local library had a copy!

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