Barbecue Nation: One Man’s Journey to Great Grilling

Barbecue Nation is a culinary mosaic of what 14 million Americans like to do most when it comes to cooking–make dinner at the grill. Author Fred Thompson has searched across the U.S. for America’s best backyard cooks and their favorite recipes–not chefs’ fancy interpretations of barbecue classics or pitmasters’ ways with barbecue that the reader can’t reproduce at home, but 350 recipes that are easy to recreate in anybody’s backyard. The book reflects America’s ever-changing populations, with recipes with the flavors of Cuba from South Florida, or Brooklyn-born Jamaican jerk, or the taste of Vietnam from the coast of Texas, as well as the country’s regional bounties, including grilled salmon recipes from the Pacific Northwest, brats from the Midwest, and Delta Grilled Catfish.

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  1. good cook’n First off, I love to cook. I also love to cook on the grill. Once when we were remodeling our kitchen, I cooked every meal on the grill for over a month. Second, I love cookbooks. I have more cookbooks than I could ever cook all the recipes from. That’s why I’ve resorted to checking them out from the library before I buy. This book I renewed enough times I had it for most of the summer. We tried recipes for main courses, sides and desserts. I kept coming back to this cookbook all summer because…

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